People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 6/2/232 (IP, 148-50)

Description
Gilbert son of Roland, John of Knockdolian, Gilbert ‘Maklurke’, Master Niall Campbell, John son of Roland, John son of Niall of Carrick, Duncan of Carleton, Patrick Beg, John the clerk, Alan of Winton, Adam Wallace, Reginald of ‘Kilmernon’, Arthur of Downan, William of Cathcart, Robert the Harper, John of Langmuir, Nicholas Wallace, Peter de Burgh, Walter de Ros, William son of Gervase, Gilbert of Conisbrough, Reginald ‘de la More’, Roger of Crawford, Hugh of the Blair, Reginald of Crawford, Robert de Boiville, William son of Laurence, Alan Fleming, William Bull, Aimer the Hunter, Thomas ‘Galfagy’, Adam of Home, Ralph of Eglinton, Roger of Raith, Alexander ‘de la Butelerie’, Thomas of Craigie, Niall son of Robert of Dunlop, Robert of Pitcon, Adam ‘de la More’, Alan the barber, Gillemuire son of Edward, Ralph Faireye, William of Crawford, Walter of Lynn, Thomas of Winton, James de Ros, John vicar of the church of Girvan, Murdoch/ Murethach de Montgomery, Duncan son of Gillemuire [son of] Edward, Reginald (Ranald) Mor, Nicholas of Auchinleck, Alan of Kerse, Simon of Spalding, parson of the church of Ochiltree, Malcolm Lockhart, of the county of Ayr; Richard Weir, Thomas de Muschamp, Alexander of Panton, Mary of Glengavel, John of Maxwell, Philip le Engleys (English), and Simon del Schawe (of Shaw), of the county of Lanark; Nicholas of Corrie (?), John of Torduff, Ralph of ‘Erington’, Simon de la Chambre, Robert of Dumbarton, Robert Fraser, William of Helbeck, Henry of Gillenbie, Giles, parson of the church of Ecclefechan, Robert of Pennersaughs, John of Kirkpatrick, Thomas Moffat, of the county of Dumfries; since they have come to the faith and will of their lord, Edward, king of England etc., they promise for themselves and for their heirs to serve him well and loyally; and each one has performed fealty to him; and they have sealed these letters patent with their seals.
Firm date
28 August 1296
Dating Notes
28 August, 24 Edward I
Place date (modern)
Berwick-upon-Tweed
Place date (document)
Berewyk sur Twede
Related Place
Berwick
Source for Data Entry
Instrumenta Publica, pp. 148-50
Trad. ID
IP, 148-50
Calendar number
6/2/232
Charter type
Letters Patent (Fealty)
Referred to as letter patent
yes
Language
French
Notes
Ragman Roll: TNA, C47/23/3, m. 27

Total number of associated factoids: 26

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
28 Aug. 1296 Performance of fealty to Edward I, king of England yes


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Date Short Summary Subject Object
28 Aug. 1296 Son of Roland (father of John, Co. Ayr) (Familial relationship) John mac Lachlainn/ son of Roland Roland (father of John, Co. Ayr)
28 Aug. 1296 Son of Niall, son of Hugh of Carrick (Familial relationship) John, son of Niall of Carrick Nigellus (Níall), son of Hugh of Carrick
28 Aug. 1296 Son of Gervase (Familial relationship) William, son of Gervase Gervase (father of William)
28 Aug. 1296 Son of Roland of Carrick, knight (Familial relationship) Gilbert, son of Roland of Carrick Roland of Carrick, knight
28 Aug. 1296 Son of Laurence (father of William) (Familial relationship) William, son of Laurence Laurence (father of William)
28 Aug. 1296 Lord (dominus) of Gilbert, son of Roland of Carrick (Tenurial & lordship relationship) Edward I, king of England (d.1307) Gilbert, son of Roland of Carrick
28 Aug. 1296 Son of Robert of Dunlop (Familial relationship) Níall of Dunlop Robert of Dunlop
28 Aug. 1296 Sworn man (Ragman Roll) of Edward I, king of England (d.1307) (Fealty (Ragman Roll)) Gilbert, son of Roland of Carrick Edward I, king of England (d.1307)
28 Aug. 1296 Son of Edward (Familial relationship) Gilla Muire, son of Edward Edward (father of Gilla Muire)
28 Aug. 1296 Son of Gilla Muire, [son of] Edward (Familial relationship) Duncan, son of Gilla Muire [son of] Edward Gilla Muire, son of Edward
28 Aug. 1296 Lord (dominus) of Gilbert, son of Roland of Carrick and many others of the county of Ayr (Tenurial & lordship relationship) Edward I, king of England (d.1307) Gilbert, son of Roland of Carrick; John of Knockdolian; Gilbertus (Gilla Brigte) mac Luirg ; Níall Campbell, Master; John mac Lachlainn/ son of Roland; John, son of Niall of Carrick ; Duncan of Carleton; Patrick Beg ; John Clerk (Co. Ayr); Alan of Winton (Co. Ayr); Adam Wallace (Co. Ayr); Reginald of Kilmarnock ; Arthur of Downan; William of Cathcart, knight; Robert, harper (AYR); John of Langmuir; Nicholas Wallace; Peter de Burgh ; Walter de Ros; William, son of Gervase ; Gilbert of Conisbrough; Reginald Muir ; Roger of Crawford; Hugh Francis, lord of Blair (AYR); Reginald Crawford, knight, sheriff of Ayr (late 13C); Robert Boyle (de Boiville) (Co. Ayr); William, son of Laurence ; Alan Fleming ; William Bull ; Elmer, hunter (AYR); Thomas Galfagy ; Adam of Hume; Ralph of Eglinton (late 13C); Roger of Raith; Alexander of the Butlery ; Thomas of Craigie; Níall of Dunlop; Robert of Pitcon; Adam Muir ; Alan, barber (AYR); Gilla Muire, son of Edward ; Ralph Faireye ; William of Crawford ; Walter of Lynn ; Thomas of Winton ; James de Ros (Co. Ayr); John, vicar of Girvan; Murdoch of Montgomery ; Duncan, son of Gilla Muire [son of] Edward ; Reginald Mor ; Nicholas of Auchinleck; Alan of Kerse; Simon of Spalding, rector of Ochiltree; Malcolm Lockhart (13C/14C)
28 Aug. 1296 Sworn man (Ragman Roll) of Edward I, king of England (d.1307) (Fealty (Ragman Roll)) Gilbert, son of Roland of Carrick; John of Knockdolian; Gilbertus (Gilla Brigte) mac Luirg ; Níall Campbell, Master; John mac Lachlainn/ son of Roland; Nicholas of Auchinleck; Duncan of Carleton; Patrick Beg ; John Clerk (Co. Ayr); Alan of Winton (Co. Ayr); Adam Wallace (Co. Ayr); Reginald of Kilmarnock ; Arthur of Downan; William of Cathcart, knight; Robert, harper (AYR); John of Langmuir; Nicholas Wallace; Peter de Burgh ; Walter de Ros; William, son of Gervase ; Gilbert of Conisbrough; Reginald Muir ; Roger of Crawford; Hugh Francis, lord of Blair (AYR); Reginald Crawford, knight, sheriff of Ayr (late 13C); Robert Boyle (de Boiville) (Co. Ayr); William, son of Laurence ; Alan Fleming ; William Bull ; Elmer, hunter (AYR); Thomas Galfagy ; Adam of Hume; Ralph of Eglinton (late 13C); Roger of Raith; Alexander of the Butlery ; Thomas of Craigie; Níall of Dunlop; Robert of Pitcon; Adam Muir ; Alan, barber (AYR); Gilla Muire, son of Edward ; Ralph Faireye ; William of Crawford ; Walter of Lynn ; Thomas of Winton ; James de Ros (Co. Ayr); John, vicar of Girvan; Murdoch of Montgomery ; Duncan, son of Gilla Muire [son of] Edward ; Reginald Mor ; Nicholas of Auchinleck; Alan of Kerse; Simon of Spalding, rector of Ochiltree; Malcolm Lockhart (13C/14C) Edward I, king of England (d.1307)
28 Aug. 1296 Lord (dominus) of Richard Weir and others of the county of Lanark (Tenurial & lordship relationship) Edward I, king of England (d.1307) Richard Weir ; Thomas de Muschamp (Co. Lanark); Alexander of Panton; Mary of Glengavel; John Maxwell (brother of Herbert); Philip Inglis ; Simon Shaw
28 Aug. 1296 Sworn man (Ragman Roll) of Edward I, king of England (d.1307) (Fealty (Ragman Roll)) Richard Weir ; Thomas de Muschamp (Co. Lanark); Alexander of Panton; Mary of Glengavel; John Maxwell (brother of Herbert); Philip Inglis ; Simon Shaw Edward I, king of England (d.1307)
28 Aug. 1296 Lord (dominus) of Nicholas of Corrie, and others of the county of Dumfries (Tenurial & lordship relationship) Edward I, king of England (d.1307) Nicholas of Corrie, steward of Annandale; John of Torduff; Ralph of Errington; Simon Chalmers ; Robert of Dumbarton ; Robert Fraser ; William of Helbeck; Henry of Gillenbie; Giles, persona of Ecclefechan; Robert of Pennersaughs; John of Kirkpatrick; Thomas Moffat
28 Aug. 1296 Sworn man (Ragman Roll) of Edward I, king of England (d.1307) (Fealty (Ragman Roll)) Nicholas of Corrie, steward of Annandale; John of Torduff; Ralph of Errington; Simon Chalmers ; Robert of Dumbarton ; Robert Fraser ; William of Helbeck; Henry of Gillenbie; Giles, persona of Ecclefechan; Robert of Pennersaughs; John of Kirkpatrick; Thomas Moffat Edward I, king of England (d.1307)