People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 5/7/0 (Stevenson, Docs., i, no. 217)

Henry de Boiville, has received from Sir William Comyn of Kirkintilloch and Maurice of Stubhill, seventeen marks by the hand of Walter of Crumstone, his baillie, from the ferme of Cyplaunde, as part of the payment of his and his associates’ wages for the custody of the castles of Dumfries, Wigtown, and Kirkcudbright, by the command of Sir Alexander de Balliol, chamberlain of the kingdom of Scotland, and Master Robert Heron, rector of the church of Ford, [who was made] an associate of Sir Alexander by Lord Edward, the king of England and overlord of Scotland, and by their letters-patent [which were] arranged to be provided to Sir William Comyn and Maurice of Stubhill.
Firm date
12 March 1292
Dating Notes
on the day of St Gregory in the year of grace 1291
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Source for Data Entry
Stevenson, Documents, i, 284-5, no. 217
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Stevenson, Docs., i, no. 217
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Referred to as letter patent
Original (contemporary)
TNA: E39/100/187(1) NRS: RH5/124

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Command to pay Henry de Boiville seventeen marks no
12 Mar. 1292 Receipt of 17 marks yes John de Domo Lapidea; Thomas, clerk of Dalswinton