People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/712/1 (Scone Lib., no. 126)

Adam of Buttergask, son and heir of Gilbert of Buttergask, has renounced in perpetuity all rights which he had or was able to have in the land of Buttergask (PER), at any time, into the hands of his lords, the abbot and convent of Scone, and has given by rod and staff, in their court, in the presence of many, for him and his heirs, whatever right pertained to him in the land. He also disavows any charter which goes against the tenor of the present charter.
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Sunday 13 December 1304
Dating Notes
on the Sunday in the feast of St Lucy the virgin in the year of grace 1304
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Scone Liber no. 126
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Scone Lib., no. 126
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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
Sunday 13 Dec. 1304 Renunciation of rights in Buttergask (PER) yes

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
Sunday 13 Dec. 1304 dean of Gowrie Unknown, dean of Gowrie
Sunday 13 Dec. 1304 knight William Bisset, knight (late 13C)