Charter: TNA DL 36/3/21

Description (from Prosopography of Medieval Scotland)

Robert de Brus, lord of Annandale, has given, granted and quitclaimed to David of Torthorwald that no fines for escaped animals will be levied between the barony of Annandale and the tenement of Torthorwald except as noted: for ten fowl, 1d.; for ten sheep, 1d.; for ten goats, 1.d; for ten swine, 1d.; for a horse ½d.

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Repository
The National Archives
Town or City
London
Shelfmark
DL 36/3/21

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Catalogue Numbers
Macquarrie, Bruces no. 6
POMS Document 3/106/28
Format
Unspecified
Text Date
circa 1242 x 31 March 1295

Prosopography of Medieval Scotland (POMS Document 3/106/28)

Robert de Brus, lord of Annandale, has given, granted and quitclaimed to David of Torthorwald that no fines for escaped animals will be levied between the barony of Annandale and the tenement of Torthorwald except as noted: for ten fowl, 1d.; for ten sheep, 1d.; for ten goats, 1.d; for ten swine, 1d.; for a horse ½d.

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