Charter: BL Add. Ch. 76750

Description (from People of Medieval Scotland)

Robert de Quincy has given and granted and by this his charter established to Holyrood Abbey one ploughgate of land and ten acres in the territory of Tranent (ELO) towards ‘Phaeside’ (Falside Hill, ELO) by exchange for that ploughgate of land of Preston (ELO) which was disputed between Robert and the monks of Newbattle, which they quitclaimed for the aforesaid exchange. Robert de Quincy has given, and granted and by this his charter established to the aforesaid canons the aforesaid land with ten acres of land, in pure and perpetual alms, with common pasture of his men of Tranent, and with free passage to the said common pasture.

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Repository
British Library
Town or City
London
Shelfmark
Add. Ch. 76750

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Catalogue Numbers
BL Add. Ch. 76750
PoMS Document 3/486/2
Format
135mm (H) x 210mm (W)
Text Date
11 November 1170 x 24 March 1201

People of Medieval Scotland (PoMS Document 3/486/2)

Robert de Quincy has given and granted and by this his charter established to Holyrood Abbey one ploughgate of land and ten acres in the territory of Tranent (ELO) towards ‘Phaeside’ (Falside Hill, ELO) by exchange for that ploughgate of land of Preston (ELO) which was disputed between Robert and the monks of Newbattle, which they quitclaimed for the aforesaid exchange. Robert de Quincy has given, and granted and by this his charter established to the aforesaid canons the aforesaid land with ten acres of land, in pure and perpetual alms, with common pasture of his men of Tranent, and with free passage to the said common pasture.

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