People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/0/0 (PNF, ii, 56-7)

Description
Joanna, daughter of the late Robert of Balcurvie, gave, granted and by this his present charter has established in her full and free widowhood to Alexander de Béthune a certain part of her land of Caskerdo (in Ceres parish, FIF), by stated bounds, to be held in feu and heritage forever, rendering annually one pair of white glove or 3d., payable on Pentecost at Caskerdo in the name of feuferme.
Firm date
1310 X 1327
Dating Notes
Appointment × death of Sir Robert Keith, justiciar
Source for Data Entry
Taylor and Markus, Place-Names of Fife, ii, 56-7 (with full translation); SAUL, MS 37490, no. 1 (for original language of names)
Trad. ID
PNF, ii, 56-7
Calendar number
3/None/None
Charter type
Charter
Language
Latin
Original (contemporary)
yes
Notes
SAUL, MS 37490, no. 1

Total number of associated factoids: 10

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
1310 X 1327 Caskerdo (FIF) Joan, daughter of Robert of Balcurvie