People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 5/2/0 (CDS, iii, no. 199)

The king to Walter, bishop of Worcester, chancellor. As John de Knockes, husband of Isabella, daughter and one of the heirs of the late Robert de Ros of Wark, has asked his wife’s purparty of her father’s lands both in England and Scotland, and the king hears that William, son of Sir William de Ros of Hamelake is in possession of the manor of Wark, commands that the sheriff of Northumberland be instructed to summon William to appear before the king on the morrow of next Ascension Day, to show cause why he should not resign the lands to the claimants under the conditions granted by the late king to Sir John Comyn and his adherents.
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5 March 1311
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CDS, iii, no. 199
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CDS, iii, no. 199
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English Royal Administration
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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
5 Mar. 1311 ERA yes