People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/400/1 (Moncreiffes, no. 8)

Robert de Menzies has given, granted, and by this his present charter established to Matthew of Moncreiffe, knight, ‘Culdares’ and the other ‘Culdares’ (Culdaremore and Culdarebeg in barony of Moncreiffe, PER), with their right bounds and pertinents, without any reservation, in all liberties and easements, saving his fishing on the water called ‘Lyoun’, and making the service of the 20th part of a knight and forinsec service of the lord king.
Firm date
circa 1240 X 1251
Probable date
prob. × 1250
Dating Notes
Adam of Makerston as a magister × appointment of Robert de Menzies as chamberlain of the kingdom; prob. × Adam of Makerston’s appointment as provost of St Marys on the Rock, St Andrews
Source for Data Entry
Moncreiffes, no. 8
Trad. ID
Moncreiffes, no. 8
Calendar number
Charter type
Robert de Menzies died in 1266 or 1267 (it is not clear), according to Chron. Bower (Watt), v, 358-9. He was still alive on 2 July 1266, when he sealed the treaty of Perth (APS, i, 421).

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circa 1240 X 1251 ? Son of Gilla Domnaig (? father of Macbeth) (Familial relationship) Macbeth mac Gilla Domnaig Gilla Domnaig (? father of Macbeth)

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
circa 1240 X 1251 knight Matthew of Moncreiffe
circa 1240 X 1251 Dominus (Lord/Sir) David Menzies
circa 1240 X 1251 Master Adam of Makerstoun, master, provost (d.1280×86)