People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Transaction: Confirmation in perpetual alms of the church of Holy Trinity, Dunkeld

Type of Transaction
Confirmation
From Source
1/5/93 (RRS, i, no. 229)
Firm date
24 May 1163 X 20 September 1164
Dating Notes
Earliest possible date of erection of Scone to abbey × election of Ingram the chancellor as bishop of Glasgow
Primary
yes
Tenendas
in (free, pure and/or perpetual) alms
Tenendas original language
in perpetuam elemosinam
Spiritual Benefits
Ancestors (pro salute anime); Any Spiritual Benefit
Notes
To be acquired after the death of Andrew, bishop of Caithness, with all liberties and customs which that bishop held. Bishop Andrew's gift is H2-4-1.

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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
Grantor Malcolm IV, king of Scots (d.1165) M Malcolm, king of Scots 1145 × 1165
Beneficiary Dunfermline Abbey (fd.1128) Ecclesie Sancte Trinitatis de Dunfermelin church of Holy Trinity of Dunfermline 1127 × 1312
named person (transaction) Andrew, bishop of Caithness (d.1184) Andree Andrew, bishop of Caithness 1150 × 1178


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Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits Order
Robert II, abbot of Scone (d.1186) Roberto Robert, abbot of Scone 1159 × 1191 1
Alured, abbot of Cambuskenneth (fl.1152×53-1172×78) Aluredo Alured, abbot of Stirling 1153 × 1172 2
Ingram, bishop of Glasgow (d.1174) Engelramo Ingram, the chancellor 1141 × 1173 3
Nicholas of Roxburgh, chancellor (d.1171?) Nicholao Nicholas, the chamberlain 1150 × 1170 4


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Type Name Original Text Related Place
PER (Perthshire) church of Holy Trinity of Dunkeld Ecclesiam Sancte Trinitatis de Dunkeld' Dunkeld