People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/740/1 (Melvilles, no. 12)

John of Pincerna, son and heir of Sir John of Pincerna, late lord of Elcho, has sold and established to Sir John of Inchmartine and his heirs, of John of Pincerna and his heirs, in perpetuity all the land with its pertinents which he has in the tenement of Pitmiddle (PER), by reason of the exchange of the barony of Elcho (PER), for £100 paid by the said Sir John in his need, except one acre that John of Pincerna gave to Adam, his garcon, during his lifetime, and after his death the said acre will revert to John of Inchmartine. Because his seal is not known, he has asked the officials of the deaneries of Perth and Gowrie to append their seals.
Firm date
Sunday 21 June 1304
Dating Notes
Sunday before the feast of Nativity of Blessed John the Baptist, 1304
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Source for Data Entry
Fraser, Melvilles, no. 12
Trad. ID
Melvilles, no. 12
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Original (contemporary)
NAS, GD 26/1/4/12

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
Sunday 21 Jun. 1304 Land in tenement of Pitmiddle (PER) John Butler (de Pincerna) (son of John)