People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 4/10/1 A (Midl. Chrs., no. 13)

An agreement is formed between the abbot and convent of Dryburgh and the master and brethren of Soutra, whereby the abbot and convent granted and relaxed to the House of Soutra all the teinds and rights that the brothers ought to pay, to the ecclesiastical court of the mother church of Channelkirk (BWK), for a ploughgate of land that they hold in the parish of Channelkirk called ‘Futhewethynis’ at Wedaleford, for grain for their own uses and cultivated at their own expense, and paying annually to the house of Dryburgh one pound of pepper and another of cumin at the fair of Roxburgh.
Firm date
X 25 March 1220
Dating Notes
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Source for Data Entry
Midlothian Charters (Soutra), no. 13
Trad. ID
Midl. Chrs., no. 13
Calendar number
4/10/1 /A
Charter type
This is Soutra’s half of the chirograph.

Total number of associated factoids: 7

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
X 25 Mar. 1220 Ploughgate in Channelkirk called ‘Futhewethynis’ Hospital of Soutra