People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 1/7/262 (RRS, iii, no. 255)

King Alexander II for Andrew, bishop of Moray, and his successors; has given king's lands of Tulchan in Strathspey and Ruthven in Strathdearn, in Moray, in exchange for quitclaim of 48s. annually which bishop used to receive from king's lands of 'Fernanan' (in Dyke and Moy, MOR), Tillidivie (MOR), Meikle Kintessack (MOR) and 'Kep' (probably one of Keppernachs in Ardclach, NAI) which lands king gave to monks of Pluscarden in exchange for £24 in his fisheries in River Findhorn, and in exchange for 10s. 8d. yearly from his revenue of two marks at Tulchan; saving life-tenure of hermit Gilcrist Gartanath at Ruthven. He grants also right to hold a free court.
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8 February 1237
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8th day of February, regnal year 23
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RRS, iii, no. 255
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RRS, iii, no. 255
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Formerly H1/7/260; Handlist, no. 231

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
8 Feb. 1237 48s. formerly received Andrew Murray, bishop of Moray (d.1242)
8 Feb. 1237 2 marks revenue at Tulchan (MOR) Alexander II, king of Scots (d.1249)