People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Transaction: Foundation of a house of canons and nuns of the Order of Sempringham at Dalmilling

Type of Transaction
Foundation
From Source
3/547/50 (Barrow, 'Dalmilling', 59-60)
Firm date
6 August 1219 X 28 May 1230
Probable date
× 1228
Dating Notes
Succession of Adam of Harcarse, abbot of Melrose × royal confirmation.
Primary
yes
Dare
yes
Tenendas
in (free, pure and/or perpetual) alms
Tenendas original language
in puram et perpetuam elemosinam
Exemptions
free and quit from all service and/or aid, custom and exaction
Exemptions original language
liberam et quietam ab seculari servitio, consuetudine et exactione
Sicut clause
kingdom; Scotia
Corroboration / sealing
yes
Warrandice
yes

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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
Grantor Walter Stewart (II), son of Alan (d.1241) Walterus filius Alani Walter, son of Alan, seneschal of the King of Scotland 1205 × 1240
Beneficiary Dalmilling Priory domum canonicorum et monialium ordinis de Simpringham in loco qui dicitur Dalmulin super Are in terra de Mernes [...] conventui ibidem house of canons and nuns of the Order of Sempringham, in the place which is called Dalmilling upon Ayr in the land of Mearns [...] the convent there 1230 × 1246
Neighbouring landholder Richard Wallace (13C) Ricardi Walensis Richard Wallace 1219 × 1272
Previous landholder Edoc (landholder in Ayr) Edok Edoc
Neighbouring landholder Matilda Gestinger Matildis Gesting' Matilda Gestinger
Neighbouring landholder Walter, son of Edoc Walteri filii ipsius Edok Walter, son of Edoc


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Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits Order
Walter of St Albans, bishop of Glasgow (d.1232) Waltero Glasguensi the lord Walter, bishop 1194 × 1232 1
Adam of Harcarse, abbot of Melrose (d.1245) Adam Adam, abbot of Melrose 1207 × 1244 2
John, abbot of Kilwinning (fl.1221×30) Johanne John, abbot of Kilwinning 1225 × 1226 3
Walter Oliphant, justiciar of Lothian (son of Walter) (d.1242) Waltero Olifard Walter Oliphant, justiciar of Lothian 1199 × 1241 4
David Oliphant (13C) Dauid fratre suo David, his brother 1198 × 1244 5
Reginald Crawford, sheriff of Ayr (early 13C) Reginaldo de Crawford Reginald of Crawford, sheriff of Ayr 1207 × 1257 6
Malcolm Lockhart (12C/13C) Macolmo Loccard Malcolm Lockhart 1185 × 1229 7
Malcolm, son of Malcolm Lockhart Macolmo filio suo Malcolm, his son 1219 × 1219 8
Hugh, son of Reginald, knight Hugone filio Reginaldi Hugh, son of Reginald 1204 × 1226 9
Roger, son of Glay Rogero filio Glay Roger, son of Glay 1205 × 1235 10
Richard Wallace (13C) Ricardo Walensi Richard Wallace 1219 × 1272 11
John Montgomery Johanne de Mungumri John of Montgomery 1185 × 1260 12
Hector (Eachann) of Carrick Hectore de Carric Hector of Carrick 1189 × 1258 13
Hugh de Normanville, persona of Stanfordham Hugone de Normanvilla Master Hugh de Normanville 1219 × 1227 14
[...] de Nes, master Nesso Master [de] Ness 1219 × 1219 15
William, chaplain (Stewart) Wilelmo William, chaplain 1204 × 1252 16
Luke, chaplain of Paisley Luca Luke, chaplain 1177 × 1234 17
Odard, chaplain Odardo Odard, chaplain 1219 × 1226 18
William of Partick, clerk Wilelmo de Pertheyc William of Partick, clerk 1219 × 1226 19
Robert of Eaglesham Roberto de Ellesam Robert of Eaglesham, clerk 1204 × 1241 20


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Type Name Original Text Related Place
AYR (Ayrshire) whole land of 'Mernes' totam terram de Mernes Mearns (AYR)
AYR (Ayrshire) mill of Prestwick molendinum de Prestwic cum sequela sua Prestwick
AYR (Ayrshire) toft of Edoc toftum Edoc in noua uilla super Are Newton on Ayr
AYR (Ayrshire) half of fisheries between Ayr Castle and Irvine medietatem omnium piscariarum mearum que sunt inter castrum de Are et villam de Irwin Coast betwen Ayr and Irvine


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Type Name Original Text Related Place
privileges in general (all liberties, etc.) peateries of Prestwick Prestwick