People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/11/24 (C.A. Rent., 334, no. 37)

Conan ('Cuming'), son of Earl Henry of Atholl, for Coupar Angus Abbey; donation of of easements of his wood, of all ‘Glenherthy’ (Glen Errochty, PER?) and ‘Tolikyne’ (Creag Tulloch or Tulach, PER?).
Firm date
1235 X 1242
Dating Notes
See _Lind. Cart._, no. 73, which probably dates to 1235 × 42. Like that charter, this grant offers access to his woods to monks. Watt suggested a much earlier date for this charter (ca. 1215×20) based on Master John the physician, but the evidence for Conan’s activity points mainly to the period of vacancy in the earldom; note also that the confirmation by Conan’s son Eogan was made about a generation later.
Source for Data Entry
Coupar Angus Rental, i, no. 37
Trad. ID
C.A. Rent., 334, no. 37
Calendar number
Charter type

Total number of associated factoids: 10