People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/21/71 (Inchaff. Chrs., no. 117)

Malise (III), earl of Strathearn, states that although the canons of his monastery of Inchaffray rendered succour to him, with their men, for maintaining the peace and tranquility of the kingdom after the death of Alexander (III), king of Scots, he desires that, because of the act of courtesy, done as a special favour, no prejudice should be created as regards the obligations of the religious, nor should their act be drawn into custom, inasmuch as by the infeftment granted by his ancestors, the earls of Strathearn, the religious were wholly free from exactions of this kind.
Firm date
17 May 1287
Dating Notes
the morrow of Whitsunday, 1287
Place date (modern)
Place date (document)
predictum monasterium
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Source for Data Entry
Inchaffray Charters, no. 117
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Inchaff. Chrs., no. 117
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Charter type
Original (contemporary)
Note. = Neville, Acts of Earls of Strathearn, no. 68. Earl of Kinnoull, Dupplin Charters, no. 142(i). Seal missing.

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Concession of aid (succour) to Malisle, earl of Strathearn no
17 May 1287 Statement that Inchaffray's aid (succour) to Earl Malise should not be made a precident yes

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17 May 1287 Ancestors of Malise, earl of Strathearn ( or a.1317) (Familial relationship) Earls of Strathearn Malise (III), earl of Strathearn ( or a.1317)