People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 1/8/146 (RRS, iv, no. 153)

Alexander, king of Scots, has given, granted, and by this charter established, to Master Ralph of Dundee, his clerk, that half ploughgate in the territory of Rait (PER) which Robert Wishart, clerk, son of the late Utring called ‘Castball’ held from the king and, on account of the lack of service which is owed to the king, Robert returned (reddidit) this by rod and staff to the king on Wednesday after the feast of the translation of St Thomas the martyr, 1284, at Dundee, and quitclaimed and resigned all right which he had or could have in the said land for himself and his heirs. To be held by Master Ralph of the king in feu and heritage, rendering one pound of pepper yearly at Pentecost and making forinsec service which pertains to it.
Firm date
11 July 1284
Dating Notes
11th day of July, regnal year 36.
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Source for Data Entry
Macphail, Highland Papers, ii, Glassarie Writs, 124, no. 2.
Trad. ID
RRS, iv, no. 153
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Document type notes
Formerly H1/8/143
Original (contemporary)
{Lost? In 1750 in the possession of William Robertson of Ladykirk, writer in Edinburgh}

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
11 Jul. 1284 Half ploughgate in Rait (PER) Robert Wishart, clerk, son of Utring Castball