Charter: NRS GD55/292

Description (from People of Medieval Scotland)

Adam of Heiton and Helen his wife have sold to the house of Melrose for 10 pounds of sterling their land in 'Hungerig’ which they held in the territory of Mow (ROX) from Robert of Pollok and Isabella, his wife, and a certain meadow below ‘Hedredissete’ which is called ‘Holemede’ which they held of Lady Eschina and her heirs and all right which they had or were able to have in the land. The monks are to return 10 shillings annually to Isabella, daughter of Robert Crock, or her heirs, namely five shillings at Pentecost and five shillings at the feast of Saint Martin.

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Repository
National Records of Scotland
Town or City
Edinburgh
Shelfmark
GD55/292

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Catalogue Numbers
Melr. Lib. no. 292
PoMS Document 3/277/1
Format
Unspecified
Date
16 May 1227 x 24 March 1238

People of Medieval Scotland (PoMS Document 3/277/1)

Adam of Heiton and Helen his wife have sold to the house of Melrose for 10 pounds of sterling their land in 'Hungerig’ which they held in the territory of Mow (ROX) from Robert of Pollok and Isabella, his wife, and a certain meadow below ‘Hedredissete’ which is called ‘Holemede’ which they held of Lady Eschina and her heirs and all right which they had or were able to have in the land. The monks are to return 10 shillings annually to Isabella, daughter of Robert Crock, or her heirs, namely five shillings at Pentecost and five shillings at the feast of Saint Martin.

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