Duncan de Lascelles has given, granted and by this his charter established to St Andrews Priory in pure and perpetual alms for the soul of C[hristina] his wife and others, two acres of land free and quit from all exaction and service in the territory of Seggie (FIF) beside the bridge of Motray towards the west, as he perambulated with his friends and his men.
circa 1200 X 1229
perhaps circa 1208×
Duncan appears in the English Pipe Rolls as the husband of Christina daughter of Uhtred beginning in 18 May 1200 (_CDS_ I, no. 308); by 1 Dec. 1208, he was married to Christina daughter of Waltheof (_CDS_ I, no. 429). Duncan ended up selling his English lands in 1211 to pay for Christina daughter of Uhtred’s brother, Walter of Windsor’s debts (_Lanercost Cart._, nos. 24, 25, 26, 27), and it is perhaps more likely that this grant also took place before his financial woes. On the other hand, this grant ‘for the soul of his wife’ may have taken place after the death of Christina daughter of Waltheof. Duncan seems to have died between 20 Feb. 1226/7 and 1229.