People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/252/2 (Newb. Reg., no. 219)

William de Gourlay, son and heir of the late William de Gourlay, for the souls of his ancestors and successors, and on the account of the special favour which he has towards the house of Newbattle, has given, granted and by this his present charter established to Newbattle Abbey the construction of one pool on his land for the work and use of their mill of the Stenhouse, which is situated near the oven of Arthur (Arthur's O'on) within the barony of Dunipace (STL), along with a half acre of his land, if it may exist, which lies between the course of the water flowing from the pool and the new water leading from the pool to the mill. It is to be held and had by the monks and their successors from him and his heirs in pure and perpetual alms. William promises warrandice.
Firm date
2 July 1293
Dating Notes
second day of July in the year of grace 1293
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Source for Data Entry
Newbattle Registrum, no. 219
Trad. ID
Newb. Reg., no. 219
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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
2 Jul. 1293 Mill of Stenhouse (STL) Newbattle Abbey (fd.1140)
2 Jul. 1293 Land of William of Gourlay William de Gourlay, son of William