Charter: TNA DL 25/546

Description (from People of Medieval Scotland)

[Benedict of Pennington and Meldred his brother], with the consent of their heirs, have [given] and granted in perpetual alms for the souls of [themselves] and of their ancestors and successors [land] of [the moor] of Skeldhou (Isle of Man), to the monks of Man (i.e., St Mary of Man or Rushen Abbey), as the syke divides the moor of Godfrey and by other stated marches, free and quit from all earthly service.

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Repository
The National Archives
Town or City
London
Shelfmark
DL 25/546

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Catalogue Numbers
PoMS Document 3/464/1
TNA DL 25/546
Format
Unspecified
Date
1142 x 1183

People of Medieval Scotland (PoMS Document 3/464/1)

[Benedict of Pennington and Meldred his brother], with the consent of their heirs, have [given] and granted in perpetual alms for the souls of [themselves] and of their ancestors and successors [land] of [the moor] of Skeldhou (Isle of Man), to the monks of Man (i.e., St Mary of Man or Rushen Abbey), as the syke divides the moor of Godfrey and by other stated marches, free and quit from all earthly service.

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