People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 5/7/0 (Stevenson, Docs., i, no. 275)

Description
Patrick le Grant, keeper of the castle of Clunie, has received from Hugh of Airth, baillie of Sir John Comyn in the apdaine of Dull, for his wages, by the command of the lord bishop of Durham, five marks and forty pennies of sterling of good sterling.
Firm date
Sunday 27 July 1292
Dating Notes
on the Sunday nearest after the feast of St James the apostle in the year of the lord 1292
Place date (modern)
Clunie
Place date (document)
Clony
Related Place
Clunie
Source for Data Entry
Stevenson, Documents, i, no. 275
Trad. ID
Stevenson, Docs., i, no. 275
Calendar number
5/7/None
Charter type
Receipt
Referred to as letter patent
yes
Language
Latin
Original (contemporary)
yes
Notes
TNA E39/100/188(67) NRS RH5/192

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Command to pay 5 marks 40d. to Patrick Grant no
Sunday 27 Jul. 1292 Receipt of 5 marks 40d. yes


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Date Short Summary Subject Object
Sunday 27 Jul. 1292 Baillie of John Comyn (unclear which one) (Employment relationship) Hugh of Airth, knight John Comyn (unclear which one)


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Date Short Summary Title Holder
Sunday 27 Jul. 1292 bishop of Durham Antony Bek (d.1311), bishop of Durham
Sunday 27 Jul. 1292 keeper of Clunie Castle Patrick Grant, constable of Clunie
Sunday 27 Jul. 1292 baillie Hugh of Airth, knight
Sunday 27 Jul. 1292 Dominus (Seigneur - Lord - Sir) John Comyn (unclear which one)