People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Transaction: Confirmation of possessions of Durham Cathedral Priory

Type of Transaction
From Source
1/25/3 (TNA, C 53/44, m. 14)
Firm date
2 February 1204
Dating Notes
2nd day of February, 5th regnal year.
in (free, pure and/or perpetual) alms
Tenendas original language
in puram et perpetuam elemosinam
free and quit from all service and/or aid, custom and exaction; free from wards, reliefs, etc.; free from works [operaciones]
Exemptions original language
ab omni consuetudinibus et operibus et auxiliis
Legal Pertinents
infangthief; sake and soke; toll and team
Previous mentions of charter

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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
Grantor John, king of England (d.1216) Johannes John, king of England, lord of Ireland, Duke of Normandy and Aquitaine, count of Anjou 1189 × 1215
Beneficiary Saint Cuthbert beato cuthbert' Blessed Cuthbert 1094 × 1279
named person (transaction) Durham Cathedral Priory priore et monachos prior and monks (of Durham) 1095 × 1327
named person (transaction) Edgar, king of Scots (d.1107) Edgari Edgar, king of Scots 1095 × 1097
named person (transaction) Coldingham Priory (fd.1139) monachos sancti cuthberti monks of St Cuthbert 1107 × 1368
named person (transaction) Henry II, king of England (d.1189) H King H[enry], our father 1174 × 1178
Dated by hand of Simon, provost of Beverley and archdeacon of Wells Simonis Simon, provost of Beverley and archdeacon of Wells 1204 × 1204

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Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits Order
Geoffrey fitz Peter, earl of Essex (d.1213) G. fil' Pet' G[eoffrey] fitz Peter, earl of Essex 1204 × 1212 1
William (de Neville?) Will' William [de Neville?] 1204 × 1204 2
Hugh de Neville Hug' de Neuill Hugh de Neville 1204 × 1204 3
Henry de Neville Henr' de Neuill Henry de Neville 1204 × 1204 4
William Drywer (?) Will' [Drywer?] William Drywer (?) 1204 × 1204 5
Robert de Vieuxpont, son of William (d.1228) [Roberto?] de veteri ponte [Robert?] de Vieuxpont 1204 × 1209 6
Peter de St[...] Pet' de st[...] Peter de St[...] 1204 × 1204 7
Ralph de Mulleton Rad' de mulleton Ralph de Mulleton 1204 × 1204 8
Robert of Braybrook Roberto de Braibroch Robert of Braybrook 1204 × 1204 9

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Type Name Original Text Related Place
England church of Norham ecclesiam de Norham Norham
Schoreswrth villa of Schoreswrth villam de Schoreswrth ultra twedam flumine ENGLAND
BWK Coldingham Coldingham Coldingham
BWK (Berwickshire) church of Coldingham cum ecclesiam eiusdem uille Coldingham
BWK Oldcambus haldecambehus Oldcambus
BWK (Berwickshire) church of Oldcambus cum ecclesiam Oldcambus
BWK Lumsdaine Lummesdenes Lumsdaine
BWK Renton Reyntona Renton
BWK Greenwood Grenewude Greenwood
BWK (Berwickshire) Two Restons duas Rystonas Reston
BWK Auchencrow Aldegraue Auchencrow
BWK Swinwood Swynewde Swinwood
BWK Ayton duas Eytonas Ayton
BWK Ayton (the other) Ayton (the other)
BWK (Berwickshire) mills and port of Two Aytons cum molendinis et portu Ayton
BWK Prenderguest Prendregeste Prenderguest
BWK (Berwickshire) mill of Prenderguest cum molendinam Prenderguest
BWK Edrom Ederham Edrom
BWK (Berwickshire) church of Edrom ecclesiam eiusdem uille Edrom
BWK Swinton duas swintonas Swinton
BWK (Berwickshire) Great Swinton Swinton
BWK (Berwickshire) church of Swinton ecclesiam Swinton
BWK Lamberton Duas lambertonas Lamberton
BWK Lamberton (the other) Lamberton (the other)
BWK (Berwickshire) church of Lamberton cum ecclesiam Lamberton
BWK (Berwickshire) churches of Berwick ecclesiam de Berewik Berwick
BWK Fishwick ffyswik Fishwick
BWK (Berwickshire) church of Fishwick ecclesiam Fishwick
BWK Paxton Paxtona Paxton
BWK Nisbet in Edrom Nessebyte Nisbet in Edrom
BWK (Berwickshire) mill of Nisbet cum molendinam Nisbet in Edrom
ROX (Roxburghshire) church of Ednam ecclesiam de Edinham Ednam
ROX (Roxburghshire) chapel of Stichill cum capella de stichehull' Stichill
Scotland lands in Lothian held by Durham omnium quam in ladoneyo Unmapped (Scotland)