Charter: DCA DCD Misc. Ch. 1146

Description (from People of Medieval Scotland)

William, vicar of Oldcambus, on 13 March at Coldingham, bound himself that whenever he shall cross into the defence and warren of the prior of Coldingham without his assent, he shall place into the custody of the said prior at Coldingham four oxen, which were captured within the woods and warren of the prior on 31 Dec. 1249 and which afterwards the prior pardoned him on the condition that if William or any of his [oxen] should stray into his wood or warren, William will grant to the prior the four oxen or their value, that is, 24s. as penalty.

Current location

Repository
Durham Cathedral Archives
Town or City
Durham
Shelfmark
DCD Misc. Ch. 1146

Other information

Catalogue Numbers
ND App., no. 192
PoMS Document 2/52/8
Format
Unspecified
Date
13 March 1250

People of Medieval Scotland (PoMS Document 2/52/8)

William, vicar of Oldcambus, on 13 March at Coldingham, bound himself that whenever he shall cross into the defence and warren of the prior of Coldingham without his assent, he shall place into the custody of the said prior at Coldingham four oxen, which were captured within the woods and warren of the prior on 31 Dec. 1249 and which afterwards the prior pardoned him on the condition that if William or any of his [oxen] should stray into his wood or warren, William will grant to the prior the four oxen or their value, that is, 24s. as penalty.

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