People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Transaction: Agreement between Kelso Abbey and the Templars of Jerusalem in Scotland

Type of Transaction
From Source
4/32/109 (Kel. Lib., no. 223)
Firm date
4 November 1287
Dating Notes
Tuesday after the feast of All Saints, 1287
saving right of rector/vicar
Render dates
Feast of St James [25 July]
Returns / Renders
money: marks; money: shillings

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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
Party 1 Kelso Abbey abbatem et conventum monasterij de Kelchov abbot and convent of monastery of Kelso 1131 × 1311
Party 2 Knights Templar of Maryculter magistrum et fratres milicie templi Jer' in Scoc master and knights templar of Jerusalem in Scotland 1247 × 1287
in the presence of William of Yarm, abbot of Jedburgh (1296-1319) de Jeddeword [monasteriorum abbatibus] abbot of monastery of Jedburgh, papal judge-delegate 1290 × 1299
in the presence of Adam, abbot of Holyrood (1291-99) de sancta cruce monasteriorum abbatibus abbot of monastery of Holyrood, papal judge-delegate 1291 × 1299
in the presence of Unknown, subprior of Dryburgh subpriore [de Dryburgh] subprior of Dryburgh, their commissary
in the presence of Unknown, sacrist of Dryburgh sacrista de Dryburch sacrist of Dryburgh, their commissary
named person (transaction) Unknown, vicar of Peterculter vicarij perpetui parochial' ecclesie de Cultyr perpetual vicar of parish church of Culter

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Type Name Original Text Related Place
ABD (Aberdeenshire) chapel of Maryculter capella domus Templi eclesie de Cultir Maryculter