People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 1/6/166 (RRS, ii, no. 188)

King William to Kelso Abbey; he has given, granted and by this charter established the mill of Ednam in exchange for revenues formerly derived from Roxburgh, with the ploughgates, homages, and services of Roger the clerk, David son of Thrustan, Edward son of 'Auti'.
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1175 X 1178
Dating Notes
Consecration of Jocelin, bishop of Glasgow × death of Walter de Bidun the chancellor.
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Source for Data Entry
RRS, ii, no. 188
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RRS, ii, no. 188
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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
1175 X 1178 Ploughgate in Ednam Hereward; Ranulf, nepos of Hereward
1175 X 1178 land in Ednam Roger, clerk (TRW); David, son of Thurstan
1175 X 1178 4 oxgangs in Ednam Aelsi, steward of Linton; Alfred