Charter of donation of Ness, medicus of the lord king, to Coupar Angus Abbey, in pure and perpetual alms, for the welfare of the soul of Sir David of Hastings, earl of Atholl, pie recordationis, and his spouse Forflisa (Forbhflaith), countess of Atholl, of the lands of Upper Dunfallandy (PER), which the earl and countess gave him for his homage and service.
August 1244 X 3 July 1247
The expression _pie recordationis_ suggests that Earl David of Hastings was already dead. His last known attestation is in August 1244, a treaty between Alexander II and Henry III at Newcastle (_CDS_ I, no. 1654). This charter is confirmed by King Alexander, 3 July 1247 (_C.A. Chrs._, no. 53; _Handlist_, no. 284).
Source for Data Entry
Coupar Angus Rental, i, 348, no. 86
C.A. Rent., 348, no. 86
NAS, GD 83/2 (?)
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