People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/462/2 (Midl. Chrs., no. 4)

Richard son of Michael of Peaston has given, granted and by this his present charter established to Soutra Hospital, four bolls of good and pure wheat, in pure and perpetual alms, annually on the feast of St Andrew the Apostle (30 Nov.) at Peaston without any contradiction or impediment.
Firm date
Probable date
Early 13th century
Dating Notes
Richard son of Michael, the expensarius, witnessed a late charter of King William (_RRS_, ii, no. 515)
Source for Data Entry
Midlothian Charters, 'Soutra Registrum', no. 4
Trad. ID
Midl. Chrs., no. 4
Calendar number
Charter type
The grantor is Richard, King William’s expensarius (RRS, ii, 36; 63, n. 63). Richard also had a sheepfold in Dirleton (3/170/1).

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
undated Gift of 4 bolls of wheat yes Henry, persona of Dalmeny; John 'without land'; John Long; Ralph, chaplain of Peaston; Robert, son of John; Thomas Cod ; William Summer

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
undated chaplain of Peaston Ralph, chaplain of Peaston
undated persona of Dalmeny Henry, persona of Dalmeny