Charter: NRS GD55/143

Description (from People of Medieval Scotland)

Master W[illiam] of Lindsay, dean of Glasgow, makes known that in his presence Abbot [Herbert] and the convent of Kelso resigned and quitclaimed in perpetuity to Walter, son of Alan, steward of Scotland, his heirs and attorneys, whatever rights they had in the lands and pastures of Mow within the portion of Walter, son of Alan, steward of Scotland, and also the commune they had in the moor of Innerwick (ELO). Henceforth they shall reclaim no rights to the same, in exchange for a certain part of that moor of Innerwick by the stated marches.

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Repository
National Records of Scotland
Town or City
Edinburgh
Shelfmark
GD55/143

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Catalogue Numbers
Melr. Lib. no. 143
PoMS Document 2/41/11
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Unspecified
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People of Medieval Scotland (PoMS Document 2/41/11)

Master W[illiam] of Lindsay, dean of Glasgow, makes known that in his presence Abbot [Herbert] and the convent of Kelso resigned and quitclaimed in perpetuity to Walter, son of Alan, steward of Scotland, his heirs and attorneys, whatever rights they had in the lands and pastures of Mow within the portion of Walter, son of Alan, steward of Scotland, and also the commune they had in the moor of Innerwick (ELO). Henceforth they shall reclaim no rights to the same, in exchange for a certain part of that moor of Innerwick by the stated marches.

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