People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 5/3/0 (CDS, v, no. 490)

Horses valued at Kirkpatrick in Galloway, by William de Reu, clerk, on this date, in the presence of Sir Edmund Comyn, Sir Roger de St John, marischal of that army, Fergus Macdowell, William Percy and Gilbert, son of the lord Donald. Destriers were valued for John de St John at £40; for Roger de St John at 40 marks, and for Aymer de St John at £20. Twenty other horses were valued, including those of Lachlan fitz Arthur Akarsan at 12 marks, Fergus Macdowell at 11 marks and Dougal of Gelston. ‘These were killed in the pursuit of Robert de Bruce between Glentrool and Glenheur on the army’s last day in Galloway.
Firm date
30 May 1307
Place date (modern)
Kirkpatrick in Galloway
Related Place
Source for Data Entry
CDS, v, no. 490
Trad. ID
CDS, v, no. 490
Calendar number
Charter type
English Royal Administration
Entered from an English summary
TNA E101/612/12, m.5

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
30 May 1307 ERA yes