Charter: BL Cotton Ch. xviii.17

Description (from People of Medieval Scotland)

King William has granted the friendly peace made between Kelso Abbey and Melrose Abbey concerning marches of lands of Bowden (ROX), Eildon (ROX) and Darnick (ROX), as chirograph between them testifies; also has granted friendly peace made between same concerning controversy called between them over land of Mow (ROX) and Clifton (ROX), as chirograph between them testifies

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Repository
British Library
Town or City
London
Shelfmark
Cotton Ch. xviii.17

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Catalogue Numbers
PoMS Document 1/6/459
RRS, ii no. 493
Format
Unspecified
Date
22 June, 1199 x 1214

People of Medieval Scotland (PoMS Document 1/6/459)

King William has granted the friendly peace made between Kelso Abbey and Melrose Abbey concerning marches of lands of Bowden (ROX), Eildon (ROX) and Darnick (ROX), as chirograph between them testifies; also has granted friendly peace made between same concerning controversy called between them over land of Mow (ROX) and Clifton (ROX), as chirograph between them testifies

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