People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/21/34 (Neville, Strathearn, no. 37)

Robert, earl of Strathearn, has granted and by his charter established to Inchaffray Abbey, in pure and perpetual alms, of two tofts and four acres of land, and pasture for 20 cows and 60 sheep and two horses, which Sir Robert of Meckphen, by assent of Lady Soliva, his wife, and their children, gave in the villa of Dalpatrick (PER), with all common easements, in perpetuity, saving forinsec service, which Sir Robert will acquit for the canons, as attested by the earl’s charter.
Firm date
1226 X 1234
Dating Notes
According to C. Neville, this charter dates to the period when Brice of Dunning was steward of the earldom. Neville, Thesis, Chapter 4, p. 175. Note that Master Christian, the brother of Gilbert, archdeacon of Dunblane, does not witness.
Source for Data Entry
Neville, Acts of the Earls of Strathearn, no. 37
Trad. ID
Neville, Strathearn, no. 37
Calendar number
Charter type
Inchaffray Charters, no. 58 Inchaffray Liber, no. 12

Total number of associated factoids: 19