People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Transaction: Grant of teind of Longforgan; forbids taking of conveth; concession of common pasture

Type of Transaction
Grant of property (concedo)
From Source
1/5/107 (RRS, i, no. 248)
Firm date
24 May 1163 X 20 September 1164
Dating Notes
Earliest possible date of erection of Scone to abbey × election of Ingram as bishop of Glasgow
Primary
yes
Tenendas
in (free, pure and/or perpetual) alms
Tenendas original language
perpetuam elimosinam
Spiritual Benefits
Ancestors (pro salute anime); Any Spiritual Benefit; Self (pro salute anime)

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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
Grantor Malcolm IV, king of Scots (d.1165) Malcolmus Malcolm, king of Scots 1145 × 1165
Beneficiary Scone Abbey (fd.c.1120) Ecclesie Sancte Trinitatis de Scon Church of Holy Trinity of Scone 1124 × 1313
Beneficiary Robert II, abbot of Scone (d.1186) the Abbot there 1159 × 1191


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Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits Order
Ingram, bishop of Glasgow (d.1174) Engelramo Ingram, the chancellor 1141 × 1173 1
Walter Stewart (I), son of Alan (d.1177) Waltero filio Alani Walter, son of Alan, the steward 1137 × 1175 2
Nicholas of Roxburgh, chancellor (d.1171?) Nicolao Nicholas, the chamberlain 1150 × 1170 3


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Type Name Original Text Related Place
PER (Perthshire) teinds of wheat totam decimam mei redditus frumenti de Forgrunde Longforgan

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Type Name Original Text Related Place
no one may take conveth without permission no one may take conveth without permission libertates ne quis coneueth capiat super eorum homines et terras nisi per eorum canonicorum licenciam
right of common pasture right of common pasture communionem pascui