People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Transaction: Renewal of [the gift of] two nets in River Tay and one in Forth

Type of Transaction
Renewal
From Source
1/5/108 (RRS, i, no. 249)
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
Sicut clause
Included; My land

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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
STL (Stirlingshire) net in River Forth unum rethe super Foreth apud Striuelin River Forth
PER (Perthshire) at King's Inch [duo recia super Tei,] aliud in Insula regis River Tay
PER (Perthshire) at Kincarrathie duo recia super Tei, unum scilicet in Kencarekyn River Tay