People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/34/1 (Edgar, Dumfries, no. 1)

R[alph] son of Dúngal has given the paupers of the Hospital of St Peter, York, a piece of land from his inheritance in Dumfries in perpetual alms, namely two oxgangs, free and quit from all custom and service. He also takes the inhabitants into his firm peace and protection.
Firm date
circa 1136 X circa 1185
Dating Notes
× death of grantor.
Place date (modern)
Place date (document)
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Source for Data Entry
Robert Edgar, An Introduction to the History of Dumfries, ed. R.C. Reid (Dumfries, 1915), 217, no. 1 (from A)
Trad. ID
Edgar, Dumfries, no. 1
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Charter type
Contained in an inspection of King Edward I, dated 9 Nov. 1304. See also 'Hospitals: York', A History of the County of York, iii (1974), pp. 336-352.

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
circa 1136 X circa 1185 Gift of 2 oxgangs in Dumfries yes Gilchrist, son of Irwin; Gilla Comgaill mac Gilla Blááin; Gilla Cuithpeirt Bretnach; Udard, son of Vita; Waltheof, son of Gilchrist