People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 5/3/0 (CDS, iv, no. 1788)

Robert Hastang prays the king that as his father-in-law Sir Robert of Closby came as his request to Roxburgh before Martinmas last past, and has remained in his service ever since, he would grant three extensions of his essoins in the King’s Bench, as Sir John de Seagrave the warden will attest by his letter. Sir John de Seagrave informs the king that Sir Robert of Closby is to remain in Roxburgh castle, while the sheriff and the writer are at present on the ‘chivache’ which the king ordered them to make by his letter, and prays his order to suspend the actions against him in the Bench.
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circa 1302
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end of 1302
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CDS, iv, no. 1788
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CDS, iv, no. 1788
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English Royal Administration
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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
circa 1302 ERA yes

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
circa 1302 sheriff (of Roxburgh) Robert Hastang, sheriff of Roxburgh
circa 1302 keeper (of Roxburgh Castle) John of Seagrave, senior