Henry Revel and Margaret (daughter of Orm of Abernethy), his spouse, have given and granted, and by this their charter established, to St Andrews Priory in pure and perpetual alms land at Coultra (FIF) towards the north and from the road that goes from Balmerino to Coultra towards the west as Henry Revel and Richard Revel his nepos and Matthew the canon with his worthy men perambulated it, amounting to 15 acres, with common pasture, for their souls, free and quit from service and secular exaction.
1173 X circa 1210
prob. ca. 1200 ×
William I’s grant of Coultra in _maritagium_ to Henry (_RRS_ ii, no. 147) × Henry Revel’s last attestation of royal charter circa 1210 (_RRS_ ii, no. 496). Richard Revel, Henry’s _nepos_ and heir, appears as witness in many royal charters, starting around 1203.
Source for Data Entry
St Andrews Liber, 271; PNF, iv, 146-8
St A. Lib., 271
NLS Adv. MS 15.1.18, no. 46
Barrow, Anglo-Norman Era, App. B, 191-2
PNF, iv, 146-8