People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 6/2/26 (IP, 70a)

In the same year [1296], Indiction [9th], month [June], day [19th] and place [Stirling], with the same witnesses being present as last aforementioned, and in the presence of the Notary written below, the lord Walter of Corrie, knight, freely attaining the trust and good will of the king of England, annulled any alliances, contracts, agreements, or pacts ever entered into in his name with the king of the French against the king of England, and expressly renounced them; and having touched and kissed the most holy gospels, he performed fealty to the said king of England, and in respect of his fealty, he drew up his letters sealed with his true pendant seal.
Firm date
19 June 1296
Dating Notes
19 June 1296
Place date (modern)
Place date (document)
eodem loco
Related Place
Source for Data Entry
Thomson, Instrumenta Publica, p. 70 [= TNA, MS. C47/23/3, m. 3]
Trad. ID
IP, 70a
Calendar number
Charter type
Public Instrument
Ragman Roll: TNA, MS. C47/23/3, m. 3

Total number of associated factoids: 8

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
19 Jun. 1296 Dominus (Lord/Sir) Walter of Corrie, knight
19 Jun. 1296 knight Walter of Corrie, knight
19 Jun. 1296 king of England Edward I, king of England (d.1307)
19 Jun. 1296 king of France Philip IV, king of France (1285-1314)
19 Jun. 1296 notary Andrew of Tong, notary public