People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 1/28/0 (CDS, iii, no. 118)

The king declares that as it was found by inquest in his father’s reign, returned to the wardrobe, and by his own command brought before the council to try the credit of Malise, earl of Strathearn, that he had been loyal to his father, and was therefore acquitted at Westminster of ‘male fame’; he grants the earl free ‘de sei’ in everything and discharges him and his mainpernors to date, that is, Patrick, earl of Dunbar, Robert Thony, Alexander of Abernethy, and Henry Sinclair, of one mainprise not to pass the Tweed and of another by the said Henry Sinclair and William Bisset as far as the Tyne.
Firm date
Autumn 1309
Probable date
Autumn 1309?
Source for Data Entry
CDS, iii, no. 118
Trad. ID
CDS, iii, no. 118
Calendar number
Charter type
Entered from an English summary

Total number of associated factoids: 8

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Inquest into loyalty of Malise, earl of Strathearn no
unavailable Command to inquire into loyalty of Malise, earl of Strathearn no
Autumn 1309 Concession of free 'de sei' in everything to Malise earl of Strathearn yes