People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Transaction: Confirmation of election of Alpin to see of Dunblane

Type of Transaction
From Source
2/156/5 (Theiner, no. 355)
Firm date
16 October 1296
Dating Notes
17 kal. Nov., pontifical year 2

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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
Addressor Boniface VIII, pope (d.1303) Bonifacius Boniface, bishop, etc. 1295 × 1302
Addressee Alpin of Strathearn, master, treasurer of Scotland Alpimo Alpin, bishop of Dunblane [elect] 1291 × 1296
named person (transaction) William, bishop of Dunblane (d.1291×) Guillelmi William, bishop of Dunblane 1276 × 1292
named person (transaction) Thomas, abbot of Inchaffray Thomas Thomas, abbot of Inchaffray [precentor of Dunblane] 1296 × 1296
named person (transaction) Henry, abbot of Arbroath (1285-96) Henrico Henry, abbot of Arbroath [canon of Dunblane] 1286 × 1296
named person (transaction) Patrick, abbot of Cambuskenneth Patricio Patrick, abbot of Cambuskenneth [canon of Dunblane] 1295 × 1296
named person (transaction) John, dean of Dunblane (1296-1302) Iohanni John, the dean 1302 × 1302
named person (transaction) Walter of Montrose, archdeacon of Dunblane Waltero Walter, the archdeacon
named person (transaction) Peter, chancellor of Dunblane Petro Peter the chancellor
named person (transaction) Geoffrey, treasurer of Dunblane Galfrido Geoffrey the treasurer
named person (transaction) Michael of Dundee, canon Michaeli de Dono Dei Michael of Dundee, canon of Dunblane
named person (transaction) William Gifford (?), canon of Dunblane Willelmo de Goffurd William of Gifford (?), canon of Dunblane
named person (transaction) Hugh, bishop of Ostia and Velletri H H[ugh], bishop of Ostia
named person (transaction) R., cardinal-priest of S. Susanne R R., cardinal-priest of S. Susanne
named person (transaction) G., cardinal-deacon of S. Nicolas in Carcere Tulliano G G., cardinal-deacon of S. Nicolas in Carcere Tulliano
named person (transaction) Matthew, bishop of Porto M M[atthew], bishop of Porto