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[sourceicon] Document 3/416/17 (Melr. Lib., no. 108)

Description
Richard de Moreville, constable of the king of Scotland, and Avicia, his wife, has given and by this present charter established to Melrose Abbey, by the consent and good will of William, their son and heir, in free, pure and perpetual alms, for the salvation of their lord, William, king of Scotland, and their souls, and for the souls of their fathers, mothers, ancestors and successors, the chapel of Park on Leader (ROX) with the whole court pertaining to the chapel, by stated bounds, and the whole land of ‘Milcheside’ (in Melrose, ROX) by stated bounds, which include the land of the monks and the land of Richard and Avicia’s infirm of ‘Bune’, just as Sir Jocelin, bishop of Glasgow, and the cellarer of Melrose perambulated, free and quit from forinsec and terrestrial service and all secular exaction. Additionally, the monks, for the love of God and the infirm of ‘Bune’, grant that they will provide for the Richard and Avicia’s infirm in the territory of ‘Milcheside’.
Firm date
1188
Dating Notes
This gift is recorded in the Melrose Chronicle under the year 1188. Note that this can also be dated by the Consecration of Pope Urban III × election of Rainer, abbot of Kinloss, to abbacy of Melrose
Source for Data Entry
Melrose Liber, i, no. 108
Trad. ID
Melr. Lib., no. 108
Calendar number
3/416/17
Charter type
Charter
Language
Latin
Original (contemporary)
yes
Notes
NAS, GD 55/108
Document Image
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Total number of associated factoids: 31

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Date Short Summary Subject Object
1188 Constable of William I, king of Scots (d.1214) (Employment relationship) Richard de Moreville (d.1189 or 1190) William I, king of Scots (d.1214)
1188 Wife (uxor) of Richard de Moreville (d.1189 or 1190) (Familial relationship) Avice of Lancaster, wife of Richard de Moreville (d.1191) Richard de Moreville (d.1189 or 1190)
1188 Son of Richard de Moreville (d.1189 or 1190) (Familial relationship) William de Moreville (d.1196) Richard de Moreville (d.1189 or 1190)
1188 Heir of Richard de Moreville (d.1189 or 1190) (Familial relationship) William de Moreville (d.1196) Richard de Moreville (d.1189 or 1190)
1188 Son of Avice of Lancaster, wife of Richard de Moreville (d.1191) (Familial relationship) William de Moreville (d.1196) Avice of Lancaster, wife of Richard de Moreville (d.1191)
1188 Heir of Avice of Lancaster, wife of Richard de Moreville (d.1191) (Familial relationship) William de Moreville (d.1196) Avice of Lancaster, wife of Richard de Moreville (d.1191)
1188 Lord (dominus) of Richard de Moreville (d.1189 or 1190) (Tenurial & lordship relationship) William I, king of Scots (d.1214) Richard de Moreville (d.1189 or 1190)
1188 Lord (dominus) of Avice of Lancaster, wife of Richard de Moreville (d.1191) (Tenurial & lordship relationship) William I, king of Scots (d.1214) Avice of Lancaster, wife of Richard de Moreville (d.1191)
1188 Infirm of Richard de Moreville (d.1189 or 1190) ((Other)) Unknown infirm of Richard de Moreville at 'Bune' Richard de Moreville (d.1189 or 1190)
1188 Infirm of Avice of Lancaster, wife of Richard de Moreville (d.1191) ((Other)) Unknown infirm of Richard de Moreville at 'Bune' Avice of Lancaster, wife of Richard de Moreville (d.1191)
1188 Son of Uhtred, lord of Galloway (d.1174) (Familial relationship) Roland (Lachlan), lord of Galloway (d.1200) Uhtred, lord of Galloway (d.1174)
1188 Son of Gilbert (father of Richard) (Familial relationship) Richard, son of Gilbert Gilbert (father of Richard)
1188 Son of Ralph (father of Robert) (Familial relationship) Robert, son of Ralph (12C) Ralph (father of Robert)


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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
1188 land near Melrose (ROX) Unknown infirm of Richard de Moreville at 'Bune'
1188 land near Melrose (ROX) Melrose Abbey (fd.1136)