People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/509/1 (Lennox, no. 14)

Walter of Ross (DNB) and Mary his spouse, with the consent of Sir Malcolm, earl of Lennox, have given, granted and by this their present charter established to Sir Patrick of Graham, all that piece of land in the earldom of Lennox which has fallen on them hereditarily by reason of the death of Sir William Galbraith, that is, ‘Drumloche’ in the territory of Balernock (DNB) and their land of Drumfad (DNB), holding of the earls of Lennox, with all its liberties and easements, making forinsec service to the lord earl.
Firm date
circa 1279 X 1293
Dating Notes
Succession × death of William de Soules, justiciar of Lothian
Source for Data Entry
Fraser, Lennox, no. 14
Trad. ID
Lennox, no. 14
Calendar number
Charter type
Original (contemporary)
NAS, GD 220/2/1/14 Formerly NAS, GD 220/1/A/1/3/8. This charter was confirmed by Earl Malcolm of Lennox, ca 1279 × 1293 (3/17/49).

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
circa 1279 X 1293 ‘Drumloche’ in the territory of Balernock (DNB) William Galbraith
circa 1279 X 1293 Drumfad (DNB) Walter de Ros; Mary, wife of Walter de Ros