Gilbert son of William son of Aldan of Rothbury has sold and entirely quitclaimed to John of Hunsingore the whole land that he had in Coldingham in return for 6 silver marks that he has given him in person, that is, the land which Ralph the cripple gave to the monks of Coldingham in pure and perpetual alms, and which the said prior and monks gave to him (Gilbert); with 12 d. yearly to be rendered to the said prior and monks thereupon, that is, 6 d. and the feast of St John Baptist, and 6 d. at the feast of St Martin.
1212 X 1221
Probably in the time of Thomas (I), prior of Coldingham rather than Thomas (II), given other activity of John of Hunsingore.
Source for Data Entry
Raine, North Durham, App., no. 320; Durham University Library Special Collections Catalogue of Durham Cathedral Muniments: Miscellaneous Charters (online resource).