Essays on the Nobility of Medieval Scotland

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APPENDIX I
BENEFICIARIES AND WITNESSES IN THE CHARTERS OF
JAMES THE STEWART

Witnesses include those appearing in (1) the agreement between Paisley abbey and John son of Roger of Auldhouse, 5 December 1284, which bore James the Stewart's seal (Paisley Reg., pp. 65–6); (2) Malcolm Lamont's charter to Paisley, 23 July 1295, which also bore the Stewart's seal (ibid., pp. 138–9); and (3) John Stewart's charter to Melrose abbey, 25 December 1296 (Melrose Liber, i, no. 348). Their occurrence in these documents is denoted by the dates 1284, July 1295 and 1296 respectively; other dated occurrences are given as 1285 and Jan. 1295. Witnesses to Cartularium Comitates de Levenax (Maitland Club, 1833), pp. 20–1, a charter of Earl Malcolm of Lennox also witnessed by James the Stewart, are indicated by asterisks.

(1) Beneficiaries Bromholm priory, Norfolk Melrose abbey

Paisley abbey

Thomas Brewster (braciator) of the Forest of Paisley

John Erskine (de Yrskyn) grandson of Sir John Erskine knight

Adam son of Alan of Fullarton

Henry Graham

Stephen son of Nicholas burgess of Renfrew

William del Shaw clerk

William son of John Preston

(2) Witnesses

(a) Lay

Sir William of Abernethy knight (1296)

Alpin son of Donald

Robert Boyd knight

*Sir Nicholas (= Colin) Campbell knight (Jan. 1295)

*Gilbert of Conisbrough lord of Aberdalgie (1284, Jan. 1295)

John Crawford

*Sir Reginald Crawford knight (Jan. 1295)

Sir Reginald Crosbie (1296)

*Sir Hugh of Dennistoun knight

*Sir Arthur of Dunoon knight (1284, Jan. 1295)

Gillis of Eastwood (Jan. 1295)

Sir Ralph (of) Echline (1284)

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