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[sourceicon] Document 3/416/30 (Stringer, Lauderdale, no. 6)

Description
Helen de Moreville has given and granted and by this her charter established for the souls of Roland her husband and others, to St Andrews Priory, Northampton, one ploughgate of land of her demesne in Lauderdale in the villa of Newbigging (BWK), with tofts and crofts that were Liulf’s and Gledewis’, namely, four acres by stated bounds, in free, pure and perpetual alms, with common pasture, with all pertinents, liberties and easements, free and quit from all exaction and custom.
Firm date
19 December 1200 X 7 January 1210
Dating Notes
Death of Roland, lord of Galloway × Thomas son of Roland not yet earl of Atholl
Source for Data Entry
Stringer, ‘Early Lords of Lauderdale’, no. 6
Trad. ID
Stringer, Lauderdale, no. 6
Calendar number
3/416/30
Charter type
Charter
Language
Latin
Notes
Stringer, ‘Early Lords of Lauderdale’, 66-67

Total number of associated factoids: 9

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
19 Dec. 1200 X 7 Jan. 1210 clerk Ethelred/Ailred, clerk of Roland and Alan of Galloway
19 Dec. 1200 X 7 Jan. 1210 clerk Ivo, clerk (Moreville)


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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
19 Dec. 1200 X 7 Jan. 1210 Demesne in Lauderdale Helen de Moreville (d.1217)
19 Dec. 1200 X 7 Jan. 1210 Toft and croft of Liulf Liulf (landholder in Newbigging)
19 Dec. 1200 X 7 Jan. 1210 Toft and croft of Gledewis Gledewis (landholder in Newbigging)