Charter: NRS GD55/191

Description (from People of Medieval Scotland)

Walter Champenais of Carrick has quitclaimed in perpetuity to Melrose Abbey all that land neighbouring his land of Dunduff (AYR), and all right that he and his heirs may have had there, by the bounds which his lord Donnchad, earl of Carrick, and Brother Matthew of Newton, cellarer of Melrose, and his associates perambulated in the presence of Gillescop Mackenedi, then steward of Carrick, 'Ruadri', Alexander of ‘Dunynian’, and many others, for 20s which the monks paid him, by the hand of Richard of Biggar, then monk of Mauchline.

Current location

Repository
National Records of Scotland
Town or City
Edinburgh
Shelfmark
GD55/191

Other information

Catalogue Numbers
Melr. Lib. no. 191
PoMS Document 3/138/1
Format
Unspecified
Date
1243

People of Medieval Scotland (PoMS Document 3/138/1)

Walter Champenais of Carrick has quitclaimed in perpetuity to Melrose Abbey all that land neighbouring his land of Dunduff (AYR), and all right that he and his heirs may have had there, by the bounds which his lord Donnchad, earl of Carrick, and Brother Matthew of Newton, cellarer of Melrose, and his associates perambulated in the presence of Gillescop Mackenedi, then steward of Carrick, 'Ruadri', Alexander of ‘Dunynian’, and many others, for 20s which the monks paid him, by the hand of Richard of Biggar, then monk of Mauchline.

No Page associated to this record
No Hand associated to this record
No Text associated to this record