People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 5/2/0 (CDS, iii, no. 227)

Mandate by the king to allow Richard of Horsley, sheriff of Northumberland £12 12s. paid to Adam of Cunningham, William of Ireland and David del Gley (de Glen?), prisoners in Newcastle, from 6th February 1310 till 24 June 1311 – 504 days at 2d. each; 8s. 9d. to Fergus of Ardrossan, prisoner there, from 2-25 January 1311; 25 days, when liberated, at 3d. a day; and 3 days after, going to the king at Berwick at 4d. and his equipage; 101s. 6d. to William Giffard, Adam Picard, and Gilchrist of the Kitchen, prisoners there, from 2 January last till 24 June – 174 days, William at 3d. and the other two at 2d. daily; 48s. 8d. to Mary Bruce, sister of Robert Bruce, prisoner, from 29 January till 24 June late – 146 days at 4d. daily; and 48s. to Sir William Murray, knight, prisoner there, from 1 February till Midsummer last – 144 days at 4d. daily.
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15 October 1311
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CDS, iii, no. 227
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CDS, iii, no. 227
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English Royal Administration
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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
15 Oct. 1311 ERA (Prisoners) yes