A small family group whose homeland was in the English West March.


The Routledges at it again!

Matthew Routledge, his son and their accomplices, have taken from and despoiled Davis Scott and his tenants, five horses and mares, forty kye, forty sheep, household plenishing to the value of 40, two chandlers of victual, thirty salt martis, eighty stones of cheese and butter, and two oxen 'beside burning and spoiling of the place and manor of Buccleuch.'

Taken from old records.

23 June 1494


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