Philip de Valognes has given and granted, and by his charter established, to Robert de Stuteville and Sybilla, his (Philip’s) daughter, and the heir that Robert shall have of Sybilla, his spouse, the villa of Torpenhow (Cumb.) in marriage to hold of him and his heirs as freely as Philip held the land on the day his daughter Sybilla was married.
10 September 1195 X 7 August 1205
First attestation of Robert as archdeacon of Glasgow × death of Ralph, abbot of Jedburgh
Source for Data Entry
Early Yorkshire Charters, ix, 125, no. 54
EYC, ix, no. 54
Barrow, Anglo-Norman Era: This is apparently the charter is of a dowry of Torpenhow in Cumberland. Barrow claims that the witness list suggests that this was made at a session of Roxburgh sheriff court