Cum mota esset petitio ac dissentio inter Johannam [etc.]
This collection consists of a single legal document, an agreement whereby the lands of Sir Roger Lasceles are divided amongst his four daughters: Joan, wife of Thomas de Coiwen; Avis, wife of Robert le Conestable; Maud, wife of Robert de Tilliol; and Theophania, wife of Ralph son of Ranulph.
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1 volume : 1 folio. Indented for three other parts. The material is parchment. ; 11.1 x 19.4 cm.
Scope and Contents
Date: die mercuria propria post festum ativita- tis Sancti Johannis Baptiste anno r.r. Edwardi 30th [1301/02].
Reference: Victoria County History Yorkshire Northriding, article on Scruton.
Remarks: summary on verso incorrect, wrong names and wrong date, three seals (perhaps those of Joan, Robert de Tilliol and Robert le Constable) appended, attached by double parchment strips through single fold at bottom of document.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Maggs, May 24, 1954
- Guide to the Sir Roger Lasceles Legal Document Collection
- Cum mota esset petitio ac dissentio inter Johannam [etc.]
- Finding aid prepared by Jason, August 11, 1961. Finding aid encoded by mg, 2005.
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- Finding aid written in English.
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- Preferred citation
Sir Roger Lasceles legal document, Department of Special Collections, MS C150, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas