People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 0/0/0 (Palgrave, Docs., no. 109)

Robert de Brus, earl of Carrick, James Stewart of Scotland, Alexander Lindsay, John, brother of the Stewart, and William Douglas make known that they, together with the community of their country, have risen against their lord, Sir Edward, king of England, lord of Ireland and duke of Aquitaine and against his peace, [and] have in his lordship and land of Scotland and of Galloway committed arson, homicide and divers robberies; they now submit themselves to the will of their lord the king, to make full amends, saving the terms contained in a document which they have from Sirs Henry de Percy and Robert de Clifford, captains of the army of the king of England in Scotland. They append their seals.
Firm date
9 July 1297
Dating Notes
9th day of July, regnal year of Edward I 25th
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Source for Data Entry
Palgrave, Documents, 197-8, no. 109
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Palgrave, Docs., no. 109
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CDS, ii, no. 909. Also printed in Fraser, Douglas, iv, no. 47.

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Document concerning the submission of Scots at Irvine no
9 Jul. 1297 Submission of Robert Bruce, James Stewart, Alexander Lindsay, John Stewart and William Douglas to king's peace yes

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
9 Jul. 1297 Land of Scotland and Galloway Edward I, king of England (d.1307)