Charter: DCA DCD Misc. Ch. 836

Description (from People of Medieval Scotland)

Edward of Oldcambus has renounced and quitclaimed for ever, with the agreement of William his heir and of his other sons, that is, Ralph, Stephen, Patrick, and Edward, to God, and Saint Cuthbert and his monks at Durham, the villa of Oldcambus, with the mill, in return for their villa, that is, Greater Lumsdaine, which they have given to him and his heirs in exchange for the aforesaid villa of Oldcambus, and in return for 107 marks which they have discharged to the Lord William, King of Scotland, for his forfeit and the Lord King's amercement in which he was; and he and his said sons have sworn that they will warrant the said villa of Oldcambus to the said monks against all men.

Current location

Repository
Durham Cathedral Archives
Town or City
Durham
Shelfmark
DCD Misc. Ch. 836

Other information

Catalogue Numbers
ND App., no. 354
PoMS Document 3/450/2
Format
Unspecified
Date
1198

People of Medieval Scotland (PoMS Document 3/450/2)

Edward of Oldcambus has renounced and quitclaimed for ever, with the agreement of William his heir and of his other sons, that is, Ralph, Stephen, Patrick, and Edward, to God, and Saint Cuthbert and his monks at Durham, the villa of Oldcambus, with the mill, in return for their villa, that is, Greater Lumsdaine, which they have given to him and his heirs in exchange for the aforesaid villa of Oldcambus, and in return for 107 marks which they have discharged to the Lord William, King of Scotland, for his forfeit and the Lord King's amercement in which he was; and he and his said sons have sworn that they will warrant the said villa of Oldcambus to the said monks against all men.

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