People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/0/0 (Menteith, no. 12)

Description
Patrick, ear of Dunbar, Patrick, John and Alexander, his sons, Walter Stewart, earl of Menteith, Alexander and John, his sons, Robert Bruce, lord of Annandale, and Robert Bruce, earl of Carrick, and Richard de Bruce, his sons, James Steward of Scotland and John, his brother, Angus, son of Donald and Alexander his legitimate son, make known that they bind themselves and promise faithfully, swearing on the Holy Gospels, that they will adhere to Sir Richard de Burgh, earl of Ulster, and Sir Thomas de Clare, in all their business, saving fealty to the king of England, and saving fealty to he who shall obtain the kingdom of Scotland by reason of relationship to Sir Alexander, king of Scotland, deceased.
Firm date
Friday 20 September 1286
Dating Notes
Friday, vigil of Blessed Matthew the apostle, 1286
Place date (modern)
Turnberry
Place date (document)
Turnebyry in Carryke
Related Place
Turnberry
Source for Data Entry
Fraser, Menteith, no. 12
Trad. ID
Menteith, no. 12
Calendar number
3/None/None
Charter type
Charter
Language
Latin

Total number of associated factoids: 18

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
Friday 20 Sept. 1286 Obligation to adhere to Richard de Burgh, earl of Ulster yes