People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 5/7/0 (Stevenson, Docs., i, no. 279)

William of Braytoft, the knight, keeper of the castle of Inverness and Dingwall through Edward, king of England, has received six marks by the hand of William son of Gibbon of Invernairn for his wages and for the custody of the aforesaid castles of Inverness and of Dingwall, which marks were placed in the possession of Sir Thomas of Braytoft through Alexander de Balliol and Richard Heron, chamberlains of Scotland '[specifically] for the wages of the said Sir William'.
Firm date
10 August 1292
Dating Notes
on the day of St Laurence in the year of the lord 1292
Place date (modern)
Place date (document)
Related Place
Invernairn (Nairn)
Source for Data Entry
Stevenson, Documents, i, 340-41, no. 279
Trad. ID
Stevenson, Docs., i, no. 279
Calendar number
Charter type
Original (contemporary)
TNA: E39/100/189(100) NRS: RH5/225

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Concession of six marks 'for the wages of Sir William of Braytoft' no
10 Aug. 1292 Receipt of six marks yes

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Date Short Summary Subject Object
10 Aug. 1292 Son of Gibouin (father of William) (Familial relationship) William, son of Gibouin of Invernairn Gibouin (father of William)