People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/167/15 (Hodgson, Northumberland, iii, I, 19)

John Comyn of Badenoch, having considered the charters and rights of William of Swineburn of his shieling of Greenlee, has quitclaimed to Sir William of Swineburn all rights in half of 'Wygglesmer' (now Greenley Lough) towards the south, by stated bounds, saving common rights of watering his animals [in his manor?] of Greenlee, to hold of Ranulf of Halton as in the charter of Sir Alexander, king [of Scots, to Re]ginald of Halton, son of Ranulf of Halton.
Firm date
13 July 1285
Dating Notes
3rd Ides of July, 1285
Place date (modern)
Edinburgh (Maidens' Castle)
Place date (document)
Castrum Puellarum
Related Place
Edinburgh Castle
Source for Data Entry
Hodgson, History of Northumberland, vol. I, part iii, pg. 19, no. 18
Trad. ID
Hodgson, Northumberland, iii, I, 19
Calendar number
Charter type
Original (contemporary)
Northumberland County Record office, ZSW/1/43

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Date Short Summary Subject Object
13 Jul. 1285 Son of Randulf/Ralph of Halton (Familial relationship) Reginald, son of Ranulf of Halton Ranulf/Ralph of Halton

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
13 Jul. 1285 Shieling of Greenlee William of Swinburne, treasurer, baillie
13 Jul. 1285 Manor of Greenlee John Comyn, lord of Badenoch (d.1302)