Paradox of Medieval Scotland 1093 - 1314

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[sourceicon] Document 3/1000/22 (Chrs. David I, no. 82)

Description
Henry, son of the king of Scotland, for Eustace fitz John; has given and granted and restored all lands and tenements that he held in Northumbria of King Henry I in chief, and after him, of King Stephen; has given in augmentation of Eustace's other feu, but for no additional service, Earls Barton, Potton, Paxton and Great Stukeley as earl himself held them in his demesne; and in feu and heritage the feu and service of Robert de Muntut.
Firm date
9 April 1139 X 1142
Probable date
× 1140
Dating Notes
Second treaty of Durham and subsequent marriage of Earl Henry to Countess Ada × death of Robert de Brus; see also Barrow's comment.
Place date (modern)
Selkirk
Place date (document)
Seleschirche
Related Place
Selkirk
Source for Data Entry
Chrs. David I, no. 82
Trad. ID
Chrs. David I, no. 82
Calendar number
3/1000/22
Charter type
Charter
Language
Latin

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
9 Apr. 1139 X 1142 king of England Henry I, king of England (d.1135)
9 Apr. 1139 X 1142 king Stephen, king of England (d.1154)
9 Apr. 1139 X 1142 king of Scots David I, king of Scots (d.1153)
9 Apr. 1139 X 1142 Countess Ada de Warenne (d.1178), countess of Northumberland


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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
9 Apr. 1139 X 1142 Feu of 5 knights' service Robert Muntut