People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/167/12 (Inchaff. Chrs., no. 108)

John Comyn son of the late Sir John Comyn, for the soul of his late father and others, has given, granted and by this his present charter established in perpetuity, to Inchaffray Abbey in pure and perpetual alms, the right of free transit with animals, carriages and other goods, by the public road that leads from the monastery through the black ford, called in Gaelic ‘Athebethy’ in his wood of ‘Rosmadirdyne’ (PER) as far as the town of Perth, and of constructing a bridge on his land.
Firm date
Monday 18 July 1278
Dating Notes
Monday before the feast of St Mary Magdalene, 1278
Place date (modern)
Findo Gask
Place date (document)
Related Place
Findo Gask
Source for Data Entry
Inchaffray Charters, no. 108
Trad. ID
Inchaff. Chrs., no. 108
Calendar number
Charter type
Original (contemporary)
Earl of Kinnoull, Dupplin Charters, no. 104

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
Monday 18 Jul. 1278 Wood of ‘Rosmadirdyne’ (PER) John Comyn, lord of Badenoch (d.1302)