People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/17/21 (Pais. Reg., 211 (a))

Maldoven, earl of Lennox, has granted, and established by this his charter, in perpetual alms, to Paisley Abbey one saltpan which Amlaib (‘Amelec’) his brother gave them wherever they wish throughout his land of Lennox, with the liberty of having timber from his wood for their uses in perpetuity, and with all the draughts of fishing nets through the whole of Gareloch (DNB), to catch salmon and other fish, saving to Amlaib and his heirs every year in perpetuity a quarter of the salmon that they catch, as set out in the charter of the aforesaid Amlaib made on this matter.
Firm date
1222 X 1265
Probable date
1222 × 12/Mar/1251
Dating Notes
Amlaib’s charter (3/17/59) × death of Earl Maldoven; probably by the latest time at which Ralph, the king’s chaplain may have been alive.
Source for Data Entry
Pisley Registrum, 211 (a)
Trad. ID
Pais. Reg., 211 (a)
Calendar number
Charter type

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
1222 X 1265 earl of Lennox Máel Domnaig, earl of Lennox (d. by 1265)
1222 X 1265 steward (earl's) Absalom of Lennox