People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/17/57 (RMS, ii, no. 187)

Malcolm, earl of Lennox, has granted and by this his present charter established, to Duncan, son of Gillecrist that donation which Maldoven, earl of Lennox, his grandfather, made to Gillecrist his brother of the upper arachor of Luss (DNB) by its stated bounds (stretching from Loch Lomond to Loch Long, perhaps via Glen Douglas), in feu and heritage, making common aid to the king as pertains to an arachor in Lennox, and common army service, and, two cheeses from whichever houses have cheese.
Firm date
circa 1272 X before 1286
Dating Notes
Succession × death of Earl Malcolm; witnesses suggest possible pre-1286 date
Source for Data Entry
Royal Faculty of Procurators in Glasgow, Hill Collection, Macfarlane Muniments, no. 73 [18th c. transcript attested by James Ker on 7 June 1768]
Trad. ID
RMS, ii, no. 187
Calendar number
Charter type
Contained in an inspection of King James I, 13 Feb. 1430

Total number of associated factoids: 14

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
circa 1272 X before 1286 earl of Lennox Malcolm (I), earl of Lennox
circa 1272 X before 1286 earl of Lennox Máel Domnaig, earl of Lennox (d. by 1265)
circa 1272 X before 1286 Dominus (Lord/Sir) Simon Fleming (late 13C)
circa 1272 X before 1286 Dominus (Lord/Sir) Duncan, son of Aulay (mac Amlaíb)
circa 1272 X before 1286 Dominus (Lord/Sir) Henry de Vieuxpont
circa 1272 X before 1286 chaplain (earl's) Robert, chaplain of Earl Malcolm of Lennox