People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 1/53/75 (RRS, v, no. 67)

Robert, king of Scots, has given his beloved and faithful, Robert Boyd, knight, the lands of Kilmarnock, Bonnyton and Hairshaw held by John de Balliol, of [West] Kilbride, and Ardneil held by Godfrey de Ros son of the late Reginald de Ros, and the land in the tenement of Dalry that was William de More's, with seven acres of land in the tenement of Ardneil that were the late Robert de Ros's, together with half of the lands of Blair, of Pitcon, of Dalry, of 'Dogetlande' and of Wallacetown, with the free tenants of the said lands and their services, namely the land of 'Meneforde' (Menford), the lands of Richard Brown, John of Kilmarnock, William of 'Cobynschent', the land of James of Templeton of 'Achindalosk', the land of Robert Scot in Ralston, the land of Laurence de More in the tenement of Dalry, and the land of 'Inglisardnel'; in feu and heritage and in free barony. Moreover, he grants Robert Boyd and his heirs that they may hold Hairshaw in free forest. For the service of one knight in his army and one suit at his court at Ayr at the single pleas held.
Firm date
3 May 1315
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3 May, regnal year 10
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RRS, v, no. 67
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RRS, v, no. 67
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copy of 1453 transcript

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