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Instrument of Sasine proceeding on a charter by Adam of Foulartoun, knight, lord of Crosby, 4th March 1413

Identifier: La.V/911

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Instrument of Sasine proceeding on a charter (dated at Irvine, 1st January 1391), by Adam of Foulartoun, knight, lord of Crosby, wnth consent of Ranulph of Foulartoun, his son and heir, granting to Peter of Caldwell (or Peter called of Caldwell), and Isabella his wife, their heirs, etc., the lands of Scottisschaw, they rendering homage to the granter and three suits yearly at his place of Foulartoun, also paying a silver penny at Whitsunday if asked. Witnesses, Sir William of Douglas of Peirstoun, and Sir John Blare of Adamtoun, knights; Adam Wallays, lord of Caprontoun, William of Farnyly, lord of Crevach, Hugh Clerk, Adam Chepman, John of Glassach, burgesses of Irvine. Sasine given by William Neilson, notary, at the cost of Peter of Caldwell, on 4th March 1412-13 in the common street of Ayr; witnesses, Mr. Duncan Petyt, prebendary of the Church of Ayr, Friar Thomas of Cargyll, minister of Fale, Robert Adamson ('Ade'), vicar of the church of Colmanell, John Mure, lord of Caldwell, John Mure, lord of Sanchar, [Robert or Roger] Mure, son (or sons) of William Mure of Park, John Brown, burgess of Ayr, John Paterson of [Per]wyc, etc. William Neilson ('Nigelli'), clerk, of Glasgow diocese, by imperial authority notary.


  • Creation: 4th March 1413


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Margaret Forrest 13th May 2010

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