People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/547/90 (Barrow & Royan, 'James Stewart', App. II, no. 2)

James, Stewart of Scotland, has given and granted, and by his charter established, to John Erskine, son of John son and heir of Sir John Erskine, knight, for his homage and service, all the land which James held in the tenement of Largs, saving to James 2 marks of land held by Walter, son of Richard, to which Sir John gave the liberties of a barony, and saving also to James the right of patronage of the church of Largs; saving also to William, son of Sir John Erskine 2 marks of land in the said tenement of Largs, which the said Sir John resigned to James with rod and staff, in which land James has infeft the said William; performing forinsec service of the tenth part of one knight. He also grants that John Erskine may have six brewhouses if convenient.
Firm date
circa 1300
Source for Data Entry
Barrow and Royan, ‘James Fifth Stewart of Scotland’, Essays on the Nobility, App. II, no. 2
Trad. ID
Barrow & Royan, 'James Stewart', App. II, no. 2
Calendar number
Charter type
Original (contemporary)
NAS, GD 124/1/1112

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
circa 1300 Land held by James Stewart in Largs James Stewart (d.1309)
circa 1300 Land held by Walter son of Richard Walter, son of Richard