People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/137/5 (Lind. Cart., no. 113)

Robert de Champagne announces that in the dispute heard by the papal judges-delegates between Lindores Abbey and himself over the rent of 3 marks given to the same abbey by William de Champagne, assigned from his land of Stokes in the earldom of Leicester. The text of William’s charter is given in full (Lind Cart., no. 87; 3/137/2). Robert has obligated himself and his heirs to the payment of 3 marks annually on Pentecost. The abbot and convent have remitted to him the arrears of the payment since the death of William de Champagne up to 25 Feb. 1260. Further, the 3 marks is now to come from William’s land of Castleton of Borgue, in Galloway.
Firm date
Saturday 27 March 1260
Dating Notes
Saturday before Palm Sunday, 1260.
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Source for Data Entry
Lindores Cartulary, no. 113
Trad. ID
Lind. Cart., no. 113
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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Inspection by Robert de Campania (Champagne) no
unavailable Petition for renunciation of 3 marks payment from Stoke (Leics.) no
unavailable Petition to put seals to the writ no
unavailable Renunciation of 3 marks from Stokes no
Saturday 27 Mar. 1260 Obligation to pay 3 marks from Borgue (KCB) yes

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
Saturday 27 Mar. 1260 Land of Stoke (Leics.) William de Campania (Champagne)
Saturday 27 Mar. 1260 Land of Castleton of Borgue, Galloway William de Campania (Champagne)