The History of Leith

July 20, 2007

Ragman Rolls

In 1291, There were a number of claimants to the Scottish throne and King Edward I of England “volunteered” to hear their case and decide who had the most valid claim. Those involved met Edward at Norham on Tweed in 1291. Edward insisted on all the nobles signing an oath of loyalty to him. Some declined but many signed what was the first (and smaller) of the “Ragman Rolls” for more click here

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