People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Transaction: Confirmation of churches within diocese of St Andrews, and grant to convert vacant churches 'in usus proprios'

Type of Transaction
Confirmation
From Source
2/10/127 (SEA, i, no. 243)
Firm date
6 June 1199
Dating Notes
1199, at Pentecost, after the coronation of Sir John, king of England
Primary
yes
Tenendas
for their own uses
Tenendas original language
in vsus proprios
Malediction
yes
Spiritual Benefits
Ancestors (pro salute anime); Any Spiritual Benefit; Self (pro salute anime); Successors (pro salute anime)

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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
Grantor Roger, bishop of St Andrews (d.1202) Rogerus Roger, minister of church of St Andrews 1189 × 1225
Beneficiary Bertram, prior of Durham (d.1212/13) B B[ertram], prior [of Durham] 1188 × 1204
Beneficiary Durham Cathedral Priory Monachorum Dunelmen' monks of Durham 1095 × 1305
Addressor Clergy of St Andrews omni clero tocius Episcopatus Sancti Andree the whole clergy of bishopric of St Andrews 1188 × 1298
named person (transaction) John, king of England (d.1216) Iohannis Lord John, king of England 1189 × 1215


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Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits Order
Osbert, abbot of Kelso (d.1203) Osberto Osbert, abbot of Kelso 1182 × 1204 1
Robert of Berwick, abbot of Dunfermline (fl.1198-1202) Roberto Robert, abbot of Dunfermline 1199 × 1200 2
William, abbot of Holyrood (II) (fl.1187×89-1206) Willelmo William, abbot of Edinburgh 1189 × 1206 3
Thomas, prior of St Andrews (fl.1199-1211) Thoma Thomas, prior of St Andrews 1199 × 1209 4
Ranulf de Wat, archdeacon of St Andrews (d.1209) Ranulfo Master Ranulf, archdeacon 1194 × 1218 5
William Malveisin, bishop of St Andrews (d.1238) Willelmo Malueisin William Malveisin, archdeacon 1185 × 1237 6
Andrew, dean of Lothian/Tyninghame (fl.1194-1214) Andrea Andrew, dean 1188 × 1212 7
John, dean of Fogo (fl.1194-c.1220) Iohanne John, dean 1194 × 1203 8
Robert of St Andrews, master (fl.1195-96×1202) Roberto de Sancto Andrea Master Robert of St Andrews 1195 × 1199 9
John of Leicester, bishop of Dunkeld (d.1214) Iohanne de leicester Master John of Leicester 1194 × 1212 10
Walter of Driffield, master (fl.1199×1200-1202×10) Waltero de Driffield Master Walter of Driffield 1199 × 1199 11
Marchisius de Aubini (d.1216×25) Markiso de Albenj Marchisius de Aubini 1194 × 1200 12
Isaac Scott, master, clerk Isaac Master Isaac 1198 × 1213 13
William of Lyne, master (fl.1197-1202) Willelmo de line Master William de Lyne 1199 × 1201 14
Angier, master (fl.1180-1203×09) Angerio Master Angerius 1189 × 1207 15
Richard, chaplain of Bishop Roger of St Andrews Ricardo Richard, chaplain 1198 × 1200 16
Geoffrey of Cranford Gaufrido de Cranford Geoffrey of Cranford 1198 × 1200 17
Alan of Richmond, master (fl.1189-1214×33) Alano de Richem' Master Alan of Richmond 1199 × 1203 18
Abraham of Dunkeld, master, canon (fl.1162×78) Abraham Master Abraham 1165 × 1199 19
William de Aunay Willelmo de Alnow' William de Alnoy 1199 × 1199 20
Ralph, clerk of Bishop Roger of St Andrews Radulfo Ralph, clerk 1194 × 1200 21
Richard le Megre Ricardo le megre Richard le megre 1199 × 1199 22
Robert de St Germain, master, clerk (fl.1199-1220) Roberto de sancto Germano Robert de St Germain 1199 × 1220 23
Pain, son of Master Gilbert, clerk Pagan' filio Magistri Gileberti Pain, son of Master Gilbert 1199 × 1199 24


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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
Pro anima William I, king of Scots (d.1214) W our lord W[illiam], king of Scots and his heirs and ancestors 1145 × 1213


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Type Name Original Text Related Place
Dioceses (cross-county) churches of Durham Cathedral in St Andrews diocese Ecclesias illas quas in episcopatu sancti Andree Unmapped (Scotland)


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Type Name Original Text Related Place
permission to convert vacant churches 'in usus proprios' permission to convert vacant churches 'in usus proprios'