Paradox of Medieval Scotland 1093 - 1314

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transactionicon] Transaction: Gift of a rent of 100s.

Type of Transaction
Gift
From Source
3/2/1 (Chrs. David I, no. 3)
Firm date
25 December 1113 X 27 April 1124
Probable date
× 1116
Dating Notes
Marriage to Maud de Senlis (and acquisition of the title of earl) × death of King Alexander; probably soon after acquisition of Honour of Huntingdon.
Primary
yes
Tenendas
in (free, pure and/or perpetual) alms
Tenendas original language
in perpetuo [...] in elemosina
Notes
The dispositive verb is _praebere_

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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
Grantor David I, king of Scots (d.1153) David Earl David 1118 × 1152
Beneficiary Glasgow Cathedral Glasguensi ecclesie the church of Glasgow 1124 × 1295
Consentor Matilda (Maud) de Senlis, queen of Scots (d.1131) Matildis Matilda, my wife 1124 × 1150


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Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits Order
Robert Bruce I (d.1142) Roberti de Brus Robert de Brus, knight 1124 × 1139 1
Robert, son of Nigel Roberti filii Nigeli Robert, son of Nigel, knight 1113 × 1124 2
Hugh de Moreville (I) (d.1162) Hugonis de Moruilla Hugh de Moreville, knight 1124 × 1160 3
Hugh Brett (12C) Hugonis Bret Hugh Brett, knight 1124 × 1143 4
Robert Corbet Roberti Corbet Robert Corbet, knight 1124 × 1128 5
Walter Lindsay (I) Walteri de Lindeseia Walter of Lindsay, knight 1114 × 1124 6
Walter, son of Winemer Walteri filii Winemer Walter son of Winemer, knight 1113 × 1124 7


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Type Name Original Text Related Place
England 100s Hardingestrorna Hardingstone