People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 5/1/0 (CDS, ii, no. 1858)

The king sends to Walter, bishop of Chester, treasurer, Malcolm of Inverpeffray, knight, who at the time of this last ‘riote’ of the Scots was the king’s sheriff of Clackmannan and Auchterarder, but nevertheless was one of the first to join Sir Robert de Bruce, and wickedly abetted the earls of Menteith and Strathearn in aiding said Robert; also fought against the king at the battle of St John of Perth, and has done all the damage he could; commanding that he be secured in some strong castle, not in irons, but body for body. Whereon said Malcolm was at once delivered to the constable of the Tower of London on 7 December. Another writ follows regarding Sir Malcolm’s two horses, which the king permits him to make profit of at pleasure.
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24 November 1306
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CDS, ii, no. 1858
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CDS, ii, no. 1858
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English Royal Administration
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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
24 Nov. 1306 ERA (Prisoners) yes