Paradox of Medieval Scotland 1093 - 1314

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transactionicon] Transaction: Gift of lands of ‘Keluesete’ and ‘Faulawe’ and other rights (in and near Maxton, ROX)

Type of Transaction
Gift
From Source
3/443/1 (Melr. Lib., no. 92)
Firm date
24 September 1200 X 20 September 1202
Dating Notes
Consecration of William, bishop of Glasgow × his translation to St Andrews
Primary
yes
Dare
yes
Exchange
yes
Tenendas
in (free, pure and/or perpetual) alms
Tenendas original language
in liberam et puram et perpetuam elemosinam
Exemptions
free and quit from all service and/or aid, custom and exaction; free from royal/forinsec service
Exemptions original language
adquietabimus uersus dominum Regem et successores eius de forensi seruitio ed de omni terreno seruitio et de omni consuetudine et exaccione scolari
Sicut clause
Included
Perambulation
yes
Warrandice
yes
Spiritual Benefits
Ancestors (pro anima); Any Spiritual Benefit; Father (pro anima); Mother (pro anima); Self (pro anima); Successors (pro anima)

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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
Grantor Hugh de Normanville, lord of Maxton Hugo de Normanneuill' Hugh de Normanville 1193 × 1208
Grantor Alina, wife of Hugh de Normanville Alina uxor eius Alena, his wife 1200 × 1202
Beneficiary Melrose Abbey (fd.1136) ecclesie sancte marie de melr' et monachis ibidem church of Saint Mary of Melrose and the monks there 1147 × 1309
Neighbouring landholder Hugh de Helleya Hug' de helleie Hugh de Helleie
Neighbouring landholder Church of Maxton ecclesie Sancti Cuthberti de Mackust' church of Saint Cuthbert of Maxton 1227 × 1232
named person (transaction) Men of Hugh de Normanville and Alena hominum nostrum our men


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Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits Order
William Malveisin, bishop of St Andrews (d.1238) Willelmo Sir William, bishop of Glasgow 1185 × 1237 1
Hugh, king's chaplain and clerk (episcopal witness) Hug' Hugh, chaplain and clerk of king 1185 × 1200 2
William, canon of Glasgow (early 13C) Willelmo William, canon of Glasgow 1200 × 1202 3
John of Huntingdon, master, official of Glasgow (fl.1179×1208) Johanne de Hunt' John of Huntingdon, clerk 1185 × 1208 4
Peter, chaplain and clerk of Bishop Malveisin Petro Peter, chaplain 1196 × 1227 5
Peter Baillard, master, clerk Petro Peter, clerk of bishop 1201 × 1203 6
Ralph, clerk of bishop of Glasgow Rad' Ralph, clerk of bishop 1201 × 1201 7
Richard of Ancrum, dean, official, persona (fl.1202-26) Ric' Richard, persona of Ancrum 1202 × 1226 8
Idel, chaplain of Lilliesleaf Idelo Idel, chaplain of Lilliesleaf 1200 × 1202 9
Adam, persona of Maxton Adam Adam, persona of Maxton 1186 × 1200 10
Gerard, clerk of Newton Girardo Gerard, clerk of Newton 1200 × 1202 11
Roger Burnard (mid13C) Rog' burnard Roger Burnard 1202 × 1218 12
Alan of Thirlestane (son of Aelsi) Alan de thirlest' Alan of Thirlestane 1188 × 1203 13
Peter Haig (early 13C) Petro de la hage Peter de la Haig 1188 × 1213 14
Richard of Cornwall Ric' de Cornewal' Richard of Cornwall 1200 × 1202 15
Humphrey of Raperlaw Umfr' de Raperell Humphrey of Raperlaw 1200 × 1202 16
Alexander of Hermiston Alex' de hirdmaneston' Alexander of Hermiston 1202 × 1214 17
Robert, son of Machus son of Undweyn Rob' filio Mascus Robert son of Machus 1199 × 1221 18
Robert, dyer of Roxburgh Rob' Robert, dyer of Roxburgh 1200 × 1202 19
Philip of Maxton Philipp' de Maccust' Philip of Maxton 1200 × 1202 20
Henry of Dalton Henr' de Daltun' Henry of Dalton 1200 × 1202 21
William Francis (the Frenchman) Willelmo le franceis William the frenchman 1196 × 1251 22
William de Goville Willelmo de Gouuill' William de Goville 1200 × 1202 23
David, son of Arkil d'd filio Arkilli David son of Arkil 1200 × 1202 24
Henry, son of Arkil henr' filio Arkilli Henry son of Arkil 1200 × 1202 25


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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
Pro anima David I, king of Scots (d.1153) d'd David, king of Scots 1118 × 1152
Pro anima Malcolm IV, king of Scots (d.1165) melcolmi Malcolm, king of Scots 1145 × 1165
Pro anima Henry, earl of Northumberland and Huntingdon (d.1152) Henr' Henry the earl 1124 × 1150
Pro salute William I, king of Scots (d.1214) Willelmi William, king of Scots, our lord 1145 × 1213
Pro salute Alexander II, king of Scots (d.1249) Alex' filii sui Alexander, his son 1208 × 1249
Pro salute David, earl of Huntingdon (d.1219) d'd fratris Regis Earl David, brother the king 1159 × 1208


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Type Name Original Text Related Place
ROX (Roxburghshire) lands of 'Keluesete' and 'Faulawe' terram de Keluesete et de Faulawe Maxton
ROX (Roxburghshire) land in Maxton terra quam Robertus de Berkelaie et Cecilia uxor sua eis dederant Maxton


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Type Name Original Text Related Place
right of common pasture right of common pasture commune pasturam uille de Mackust' ad c oues ...
right of easement right of easement communia focalia eiusdem uilla tam in turbaria quam in brueria et petram quararie nostre de Alwardene