People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 1/53/184 (RRS, v, no. 167)

Robert, king of Scots, has given his beloved and faithful James, lord of Douglas, knight, for his faithful homage and service to the king, all the king's merchant toun of Jedburgh (ROX) with [market?] place and castle tower of Jedworth and his whole toun of 'Bondjedworth' (Bonjedward) and the whole of his forest of Jedworth in free forest, having and holding for James and his legitimate male heirs, in feu and heritage, with the homages and services of freeholders, in free barony, with pit and gallows, sake and soke, toll and teams, and infangenthef, saving to the king his suits and services made at Roxburgh of the lands of Hassendean, 'Newland', Lessudden, and 'Aldton', rendering annually the in the name of the burgh ferme of Jedburgh, 100s on Pentecost and Martinmas, and performing the service of one knight in his army.
Firm date
6 May 1320
Dating Notes
6 May, regnal year 15
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Source for Data Entry
RRS, v, no. 167
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RRS, v, no. 167
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Original (contemporary)
Douglas, earls of Home. Fraser, Douglas, iii, no. 288

Total number of associated factoids: 23