People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/319/1 (Camb. Reg., no. 49)

William of Kinmonth, son and heir of Agnes, daughter of the late William of Kettlestoun, in good sanity and good memory, has granted, resigned and quitclaimed in perpetuity, all the land of ‘Badindath’ (prob. Bandeath, STL), with all its rights, liberties and pertinents, to Cambuskenneth Abbey, true lords of the said land of ‘Badindath’, and all right and claim which he and his heirs had or might have had or may have in the future, in 8 marks that the religious men were accustomed to receive, which land his grandfather William held of Cambuskenneth.
Firm date
17 October 1282
Dating Notes
On the vigil of St Luke the Evangelist, 1282.
Place date (modern)
'Badindath' (prob. Bandeath, STL)
Place date (document)
tenemento de Badindath
Related Place
Source for Data Entry
Cambuskenneth Registrum, no. 49
Trad. ID
Camb. Reg., no. 49
Calendar number
Charter type
Perhaps Kinmonth (PER) or Kinmount (DMF)

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
17 Oct. 1282 'Badindath’ (prob. Bandeath, STL) William of Kettlestoun Cambuskenneth Abbey (fd.c.1140)