People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/16/32 (Stevenson, Docs., i, no. 253)

Joanna de Clare, countess of Fife, wife of the late Duncan, earl of Fife, is being held and obliged to Lord Edward, king of England and overlord of the kingdom of Scotland, for 1000 marks of silver for her marriage and the license granted by him to her. Penalties are stipulated for failure to comply.
Firm date
6 June 1292
Dating Notes
on the sixth day of June in the 20th year of the reign of the same lord king
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Source for Data Entry
Stevenson, Documents, i, no. 253
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Stevenson, Docs., i, no. 253
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Letter (correspondence)

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Concession of license to marry no
6 Jun. 1292 Obligation to pay 1000 marks of silver yes

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Date Short Summary Subject Object
6 Jun. 1292 Wife (uxor) of Duncan (III), earl of Fife (d.1289) (Familial relationship) Joan de Clare, countess of Fife Duncan (III), earl of Fife (d.1289)