People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 5/3/0 (CDS, ii, no. 1236)

To their liege lord the king, Montefyn de Noielan, constable of Newcastle on Ayr, Edmund of Mauley, sheriff, all the garrison there, and others of Kyle and Cunningham, who are at his peace. They inform him that on Tuesday 3 October, the Scots were in Carrick before the castle of Turnberry with 400 men-at-arms etc; and within these eight days wished to attack Ayr castle and injure the country at the king's peace. Wherefore they beg the king to send aid quickly. They have heard nothing from Earl Patrick.
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circa Tuesday 3 October 1301
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CDS, ii, no. 1236
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CDS, ii, no. 1236
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English Royal Administration
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circa Tuesday 3 Oct. 1301 ERA yes

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
circa Tuesday 3 Oct. 1301 constable of Newcastle-on-Ayr Montesin de Noielan
circa Tuesday 3 Oct. 1301 sheriff of Newcastle on Ayr Edmund de Mauley