People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 5/3/0 (CDS, ii, no. 1321a)

(1) On 15 August 1302, John de St John, king’s lieutenant in Scotland and Sir Ralph of Mantone, the king’s clerk, agreed with Patrick de Dunbar, earl of March, to keep castle and sheriffdom of Ayr by stated terms. 30 Aug 1302 at Roxburgh (4) On 1 September at Roxburgh, Sir William de Felton undertakes the keeping of the castle and town of Linlithgow till Christmas by stated terms. Roxburgh, 1 Sept 1302 (6) On 15 August 1302 at Lochmaben, Sir Walter de Burghdon, sheriff of Lanark and warden of Carstairs undertakes to retain these offices till Christmas by stated terms. 1 Sept 1302 Roxburgh (11) On 1 September 1302, Sir William le Latimer and 20-men-at-arms appointed to ride when necessary from Roxburgh, that is, himself and three for his lands in Scotland. Similar from Sir Hugh le Despenser, Sir Robert de Hastang, Sir Edmund de Deyncourt, Sir William le Vavasour, Sirs Peter and John de Chauvent, Sir John le Latimer, Richard Lovel, Sir Stephen de Depham. 1 Sept 1302 Roxburgh (15) Indenture appointing Sir John of Kingston and Sir Alexander of Livingstone, surveyors and ordainers of the works on the king’s fortress of Linlithgow, etc. 12 Feb. 1302, Roxburgh
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12 February 1302
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CDS, ii, no. 1321a
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CDS, ii, no. 1321a
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English Royal Administration
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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
12 Feb. 1302 ERA yes
12 Feb. 1302 ERA yes