People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/334/2 (Furness C.B., ii, pt. II, 304-5)

Avice de Lancaster, spouse of Richard de Moreville, with the advice, agreement and grant [concessione] of William, her heir and her other heirs, has granted and established by her charter, to Furness Abbey Newby, which Waltheof, son of Edmund gave in pure and perpetual alms by stated marches, including the forest of Robert de Lacy; free and quit from all service, custom and exaction.
Firm date
1177 X 1191
Dating Notes
After _Furness Coucher Book_, ii, II, 310-11; Robert de Lacy's possession of forest of Newby × death of Avicia of Lancaster
Source for Data Entry
Furness Coucher Book, ii, II, 304-5
Trad. ID
Furness C.B., ii, pt. II, 304-5
Calendar number
Charter type
Referred to as letter patent

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Gift of Newby (Yorks.) no
1177 X 1191 Confirmation of Newby (Yorks.) yes Elias, brother of Thomas son of Swain; Thomas, son of Swain; Uhtred of Austwick

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
1177 X 1191 Forest of Newby (Yorks.) Robert de Lacy