From Manx Soc vol IV,VII & IX

JOHN DE ATHY AND THE CUSTODY OF THE ISLE OF MAN. A.D. 1318.

 

 

THE King has committed to John de Athy the custody of the land of Man, during pleasure. Dated July, A. 10.

The King, at the just and reasonable petition has granted to the Abbot of Ives in Ulster, permission to go to the land of plan, to visit the Abbey of Ruysshyn there, being enjoined so to do by the Abbot of Furneys, his superior. 6th May.

ROTULORUM PATENTIUM ET CLAUSORUM CANCELLARIAE HIBERNIAE.

11 ED. II.

Comisit Johi de Athy cost' t're de Man dur' e b'plito. Dat. 6 Julii, A. 10.

Ex Eodem

R. ad petit just' et cons. exhibitam cõcessit Abbi de Ives in Ulton lic' proficiendi ad t'ram de Man, ad visitand' Abbiam de Ruysshyn ibi ad qd' faciend' per abbëm de Furneys suum superiore' oüatus existit. 6 Maii.

 


 

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