People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 2/52/6 (Lind. Cart., no. 79)

David de Haya, rector of the church of Errol, adhering to the footsteps of his predecessors, Robert de Haya and Malcolm, his brother, former rectors of Errol, has granted and by his charter established the donation which they made to the abbot and convent of Lindores, that is, of the teinds of the monks’ fisheries above the sands of Clashbenny (PER) and above ‘Rugesablun’ towards ‘Colcrike’, and he has given also the teinds of the fishery above ‘Joymersandes’, to hold for his whole life, rendering annually to himself or his agent two salmons at the Nativity of St John the Baptist.
Firm date
May 1237 X
Dating Notes
Probably after the death of Sir David Hay, lord of Erroll; perhaps around same time as _Lind. Cart._, no. 78.
Source for Data Entry
Lindores Chartulary, no. 79
Trad. ID
Lind. Cart., no. 79
Calendar number
Charter type

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
May 1237 X rector of Erroll David Hay, rector of Errol (son of David)
May 1237 X rector of Erroll Robert Hay, clerk (son of William)
May 1237 X rector of Errol Malcolm Hay, rector of Errol