Notification: TNA (not DL) C 47/22/12/4

Description (from Prosopography of Medieval Scotland)

A perambulation was made between the kingdoms of England and Scotland, that is, between the lands in dispute between the canons of Carham in England and Bernard of Hadden in Scotland, before Roger of ‘Thurkelby’, Gilbert of Preston, Master Simon ‘de Wauton’, and John of Cobham, justices of the king of England, assigned to that effect, in the presence of David of Lindsey (II), justiciar of Lothian, David of Graham, David the clerk, Nicholas de Soules, sheriff of Roxburgh, and many others of both kingdoms, by Reginald son of Ralph, William of ‘Askekelde’, William de Turberville, Robert of ‘Camhow’, John of Heslington, William de Hoton, Walter of Whitton, Henry of ‘Laval’, Robert of Cresswell, John son of Simon, Hugh de Herle and Robert of Ulchester, twelve knights of the kingdom of England chosen to make the same, who say on their oath that the bounds stated herein are the true marches between England and Scotland.

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Repository
The National Archives
Town or City
London
Shelfmark
C 47/22/12/4

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Catalogue Numbers
CDS, i no. 1699
POMS Document 4/40/3
Format
Unspecified
Text Date
1 December 1246

Prosopography of Medieval Scotland (POMS Document 4/40/3)

A perambulation was made between the kingdoms of England and Scotland, that is, between the lands in dispute between the canons of Carham in England and Bernard of Hadden in Scotland, before Roger of ‘Thurkelby’, Gilbert of Preston, Master Simon ‘de Wauton’, and John of Cobham, justices of the king of England, assigned to that effect, in the presence of David of Lindsey (II), justiciar of Lothian, David of Graham, David the clerk, Nicholas de Soules, sheriff of Roxburgh, and many others of both kingdoms, by Reginald son of Ralph, William of ‘Askekelde’, William de Turberville, Robert of ‘Camhow’, John of Heslington, William de Hoton, Walter of Whitton, Henry of ‘Laval’, Robert of Cresswell, John son of Simon, Hugh de Herle and Robert of Ulchester, twelve knights of the kingdom of England chosen to make the same, who say on their oath that the bounds stated herein are the true marches between England and Scotland.

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