People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 4/8/30 (ND, App., no. 240)

An agreement was formed between Coldingham Priory and Melrose Abbey, whereby Coldingham quitclaimed to Melrose the teinds of the fishery of Berwick Stream (‘Berwickstreme’), and the teinds of a croft and curtilage of ‘le Bernys’ in Upper ‘Ravensdene’, within the ‘Bardykys’ of Berwick, for a payment of 4 marks and one salmon yearly, 2 marks at Pentecost and 2 marks at Martinmas. If it happens that the payment is not made, the prior and convent or their procurator may place nets in the fishery and retain the same nets without any replevin until [the payment] shall be satisfied in full to the prior and convent.
Firm date
7 January 1273
Dating Notes
On the morrow of the Epiphany, 1272
Source for Data Entry
Raine, North Durham, App., no. 240
Trad. ID
ND, App., no. 240
Calendar number
Charter type
DCM, Misc. Ch. 668. This document is apparently a copy, but I am not sure whether it should be classed as a non-contemporary original or a transcript.

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
7 Jan. 1273 Dominus (Lord/Sir) William, vicar of Stichill
7 Jan. 1273 constable of Berwick William of Badby, constable of Berwick
7 Jan. 1273 Master Hugh of Hartlepool, master
7 Jan. 1273 vicar of Stichill William, vicar of Stichill