People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Transaction: Grant of revenues in queen's household which it already has in king's

Type of Transaction
Grant of property (concedo)
From Source
1/6/244 (RRS, ii, no. 270)
Firm date
1 March 1187 X 15 March 1187
Dating Notes
Election × consecration of Richard, bishop of Moray.
Primary
yes

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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
Grantor William I, king of Scots (d.1214) Willelmus William, king of Scots 1145 × 1213
Beneficiary Scone Abbey (fd.c.1120) ecclesie de Scon church of Scone 1124 × 1313


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Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits Order
Richard of Lincoln, bishop of Moray (d.1203) Ricardo Richard, elect of Moray 1171 × 1202 1
Robert, archdeacon of Glasgow (d.1222) Roberto Robert, my chaplain 1177 × 1216 2
William, chaplain (I) of King William (1170s-80s) Willelmo William, my chaplain 1170 × 1187 3
Hugh de Sigillo, bishop of Dunkeld (d.1229 or 1230) Hugone de sigillo Hugh de Sigillo, my clerk 1178 × 1229 4
Robert de Quincy (d.1200x01) Roberto de Quinci Robert de Quincy 1162 × 1200 5
William de Moreville (d.1196) Willelmo de Moreuill' William de Moreville 1166 × 1196 6
William Hay (I), lord of Errol (d.c.1201) Willelmo de Haia William de Haye 1159 × 1200 7
Hugh Gifford, lord of Yester Hugone Giffarde Hugh Giffard 1153 × 1189 8


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Type Name Original Text Related Place
revenue in queen's household revenue in queen's household ut habeant in domo regine omnes rectitudines quas habent in domo mea