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William I, 1143-1214 (King of Scotland)

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1143-1214

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

A collection of Letters from various Burghs, with the Laws of King David, King William, and King Alexander, 1496

 part
Identifier: MS 208/ff. 241r-251r
Contents This section contains a collection of Letters from various Burghs, with the Laws of King David, King William, and King Alexander grouped together. The Letters and Laws are in Scots, and end incompletely; the colophon (in Latin) has been inserted after 2 blank pages.The Letters start on f. 240r. This is a miscellaneous collection of Letters from various Burghs, including Lanarke, Aberdeen, and Newcastle. These texts concern the customs of these Burghs.The ...
Dates: 1496

Charter by King William the Lion to Galfrid, son of Richard, steward of Kingorn, 1204-1214

 Item
Identifier: La.V/17
Scope and Contents Charter by King William the Lion to Galfrid, son of Richard, steward of Kingorn, confirming the grant made to him by Richard of Kinnard, grandson of Radulf 'Ruffi,' of land in Kinbrichtorn, and also the grant made to him of Logiis of Kinbrichtorn; to be held in feu and heritage. Dated at Vchtermukethin [Auchtermuchty], 8th January (no year). Between 1204 and 1214. Witnesses, Earl Malcolm of Fife, Philip de Mubray, William de Bosco, the king's clerk, Richard son of Hugh; Mr. Robert of Stichel,...
Dates: 1204-1214

Statutes of King William I, 15th century

 part
Identifier: MS 207/ff. 70r-72r
Contents This section contains the statutes of William I, also known as William the Lion. He was King of Scotland from 1165 to 1214. In this manuscript, his statutes start on f. 70r and consist of 12 titles. This section ends on f. 72r with the words partem ejusdem multure. Expliciunt.

Writing This section is written in the same hand as most of the rest of the manuscript.
Dates: 15th century

The Laws of William the Lion, 15th century

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Identifier: MS 206/ff. 73v-78r
Contents This section contains the laws of William the Lion, king of Scotland from 1165 to 1214. In this manuscript, they are titled Constitutio Regis Willelmi and start on f. 73v. This section contains 25 titles and ends on f. 78r with the words de suo debito relevare.

Writing This section is written in the same hand as most of the rest of the manuscript.
Dates: 15th century