This week – 20 June 1302

John, king of Scots, granted to Alexander Scrymgeour the lands called Great Field near the villa of Dundee from the north, with those acres in West Field, and the constabulary of the castle of Dundee, for homage and service to the king, and for service of carrying the king’s standard in his army. The document was issued in the name of King John and witnessed by the guardian, John Soulis. See the document in the database here.

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