Charter: TNA DL 25/84

Description (from People of Medieval Scotland)

Richard of Banchory quitclaims to his lord Robert (V) de Brus the lands of Locharwoods (DMF), by stated bounds, with its pertinents, and a certain common pasture in the feu of Comlongon (DMF), which Robert de Brus’s men in Mouswald (DMF) used to have in ferme for an annual render of one mark, saving to him his wood in [?] as he held it before the date of this quitclaim.

Current location

Repository
The National Archives
Town or City
London
Shelfmark
DL 25/84

Other information

Catalogue Numbers
PoMS Document 3/74/1
TNA DL 25/84
Format
Unspecified
Date
circa 1242 x 31 March 1295

People of Medieval Scotland (PoMS Document 3/74/1)

Richard of Banchory quitclaims to his lord Robert (V) de Brus the lands of Locharwoods (DMF), by stated bounds, with its pertinents, and a certain common pasture in the feu of Comlongon (DMF), which Robert de Brus’s men in Mouswald (DMF) used to have in ferme for an annual render of one mark, saving to him his wood in [?] as he held it before the date of this quitclaim.

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