People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 5/3/0 (CDS, v, no. 457)

Letter from Thomas, earl of Lancaster, to James de Dalilegh. The prince has sent the writer Sir William Ponton, Master Thomas the engineer, 18 miners, 34 crossbowmen and 9 masons to besiege the castle of Dunaverty which was surrendered to the writer before they came. The prince has caused these workmen to be paid their wages up to 2 Oct. With a prest to Sir William de Montague of 4 marks of his wages and another to Master Thomas the engineer of 1 mark on his wages, as he has shown the writer by his letters. Sends Dalilegh these workmen, and asks that he account with them and pay them
Firm date
5 October 1306
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Source for Data Entry
CDS, v, no. 457
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CDS, v, no. 457
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Charter type
English Royal Administration
Entered from an English summary
Original (contemporary)
TNA E101/13/21/2

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
5 Oct. 1306 ERA yes