People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 1/53/5 (RRS, v, no. 384)

Robert, king of Scots, has remitted to Gilbert of Carrick, the knight, all the rancour of the king’s soul which he held towards him by the reckoning that his castle of Loch Doon was handed over to the English by Arthur, his brother-in-law, and by [reckoning that he was responsible] for the betrayal of Christopher of Seton, the king’s beloved brother-in-law. He grants to Gilbert and his heirs sensible possession of all the lands and tenements, with all their liberties, commodities, and also all their just pertinents, just as Gilbert or his ancestors freely or aptly held the property at any time in their possession. Anyone who goes against the king’s wishes faces his full forfeiture.
Firm date
1308 X 16 July 1309
Dating Notes
Sir Thomas Randolph returned to the king’s allegiance late in 1308, or in 1309 before March. James the Steward died 16 July 1309.
Source for Data Entry
RRS, v, no. 384
Trad. ID
RRS, v, no. 384
Calendar number
Charter type
Letter (administrative)
NAS, GD25/1/2 (copy)

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
1308 X 16 Jul. 1309 Castle of Loch Doon (AYR) Robert [Bruce] I, king of Scots (d.1329)