People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/106/20 (Melr. Lib., ii, App., no. 7)

Robert de Brus has granted, and by his charter established, to Melrose Abbey, that fishery which his father gave them from the south part of the church of Rainpatrick (DMF) by stated marches. He has granted and established that saltpan which his father gave on the sand of Rainpatrick by the marches assigned to them by his father’s charter. He had quitclaimed one mark which they used to pay to his father from the same saltpan, which he remitted to them in his lifetime, saving his sturgeon. He also grants and by the present script establishes the donation of Odard of Hoddam which he made of one mark from that ploughgate of land which is between Tundergarth (in Lockerbie, DMF) and Pearsby (DMF), and one saltpan which Richard le Fleming gave them, as in the charters of the donors and the confirmation of his father.
Firm date
16 July 1211 X 26 August 1233
Dating Notes
Earliest date on which William de Brus may have died × latest date on which Robert (IV) de Brus might have died.
Source for Data Entry
Melrose Liber, ii, App. 7
Trad. ID
Melr. Lib., ii, App., no. 7
Calendar number
Charter type

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Date Short Summary Subject Object
16 Jul. 1211 X 26 Aug. 1233 Father of Robert Bruce IV, lord of Annandale (d.1226×33) (Familial relationship) William Bruce (d.1211/12) Robert Bruce IV, lord of Annandale (d.1226×33)