People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/550/1 (Melvilles, no. 11 )

Henry (of Stirling), son of Earl David, has given, and by this his present charter established, to God and Blessed Mary and St Andrew the Apostle, for the support of a chaplain in the chapel of Inchmartine (PER) in his court, three marks rent, i.e., 20s. from two oxgangs of land that Richard, son of Roger, held from him, and 10s. from a oxgang of land which William Simple held of him, and 10s. from an oxgang of land that Alicia, a widow, held of him, on the day that this charter was made, that is, All Saints’ Day, 1241. The 40s. are owed in the chapel of Inchmartine to the said chaplain, 20s. on Martinmas and 20s. on Pentecost. Moreover, John the chaplain is to have a house with a garden and yard and a toft, on the north side of his grange; having and holding in pure and perpetual alms.
Firm date
1 November 1241
Dating Notes
All Saints’ Day, 1241.
Source for Data Entry
Fraser, Melvilles, no. 11
Trad. ID
Melvilles, no. 11
Calendar number
Charter type
Original (contemporary)
NAS, GD 26/1/4/11 Henry of Stirling was the progenitor of the family of Inchmartine.

Total number of associated factoids: 14