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Document 4/32/98 (Inchcolm, no. 24)

Sir Lambert, canon and procurator, acting for the abbot and convent of Inchcolm, and William de la Haye, lord of Borthwick (‘Lochoward’), Midlothian, in the presence of the papal judges-delegate, the prior of Dunfermline and the dean of Dunkeld, in the conventual church of Scone, come to a settlement whereby William has given and quitclaimed to Inchcolm the whole land of Caldside, in free, pure and perpetual alms.
Firm date
3 June 1263
Dating Notes
first Sunday after the feast of the Trinity in 1263
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Place date (document)
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Source for Data Entry
Inchcolm Chrs., no. 24
Trad. ID
Inchcolm, no. 24
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Charter type
Ferguson, Medieval Papal Reps., App. I, no. 141

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Appointment of papal judges-delegate no
3 Jun. 1263 * Quitclaim (agreement) of land of Caldside yes
3 Jun. 1263 Settlement between William Hay and Inchcolm Abbey yes

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Date Short Summary Subject Object
3 Jun. 1263 Procurator of Inchcolm Abbey (Employment relationship) Lambert, canon and procurator Inchcolm Abbey