Notification: TNA (not DL) C 47/22/12/3

Description (from Prosopography of Medieval Scotland)

A recognition was made of the bounds between the kingdoms of England and Scotland, that is, between Carham (Northumb.) and Hadden (ROX), by the oath of 24 knights of Northumberland, by the precept of King Henry [III] son of King John, named in full herein, who acknowledged by oath the ‘true and ancient marches’ between the kingdoms, and between Carham and Howden, stated herein.

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Repository
The National Archives
Town or City
London
Shelfmark
C 47/22/12/3

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Catalogue Numbers
CDS, i no. 1676
POMS Document 4/40/1
Format
Unspecified
Text Date
13 October 1245

Prosopography of Medieval Scotland (POMS Document 4/40/1)

A recognition was made of the bounds between the kingdoms of England and Scotland, that is, between Carham (Northumb.) and Hadden (ROX), by the oath of 24 knights of Northumberland, by the precept of King Henry [III] son of King John, named in full herein, who acknowledged by oath the ‘true and ancient marches’ between the kingdoms, and between Carham and Howden, stated herein.

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