People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 1/54/706 (RMS, i, no. 350)

David, king of Scots, has given his beloved and faithful John Herring, all right to all the lands of the barony of Glasclune (PER), which right was Thomas Bisset, son and heir of the late Thomas Bisset, knight's, and which Thomas resigned by his letters patent, his seal, and signed by the seals of the venerable fathers abbot of Holyrood and George Dunbar, earl of March, his relative; holding in feu and heritage, in the same way as Thomas held it, for service owed and wont.
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18 September 1370
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18 Sept., regnal year 41
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RMS, i, no. 350
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RMS, i, no. 350
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Registered: _RMS_, i, app. 2, no. 1636

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Resignation of right to barony of Glasclune (PER) no
18 Sept. 1370 Gift of right to lands of barony of Glasclune (PER) yes

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
18 Sept. 1370 king of Scots David II, king of Scots (d. 1371)
18 Sept. 1370 knight Thomas Bisset, knight (mid 14C)
18 Sept. 1370 earl of March George of Dunbar, earl of March (d. 1423/4)