People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

William of Horsburgh, master, clerk

Biography
Watt, Graduates, 271: William (surname also Horsbrok, Horsbroch) probably took his name from Horsburgh (PEB), and would have been related to Michael de Horsbrok (fl. 1305) and Simon de Horsbrok (d.a. 1303). William occurs as clerk of the dean and chapter of Glasgow at Berwick on 20 January 1284, and again as a master and public notary at Edinburgh on 4 December 1287.
Floruits
1287 × 1287
Related Place
Horsburgh

Total number of associated factoids: 6

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Date Short Summary Role Witnesses Source
20 Jan. 1284 Notification that William of Horsebroch resigned to Hugh Florentine 60 marks named person (transaction) 3/41/1 (Glas. Reg., no. 234)


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Date Short Summary Role Source
20 Jan. 1284 Clerk of Chapter of Glasgow (Employment relationship) subject (relationship) 3/41/1 (Glas. Reg., no. 234)


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Date Short Summary Source
20 Jan. 1284 clerk 3/41/1 (Glas. Reg., no. 234)
4 Dec. 1287 notary 4/34/8 (N.B. Chrs., no. 23)
4 Dec. 1287 Master 4/34/8 (N.B. Chrs., no. 23)


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Date Short Summary Source
4 December 1287 Settlement between North Berwick Priory and David Taylor, burgess of South Berwick 4/34/8 (N.B. Chrs., no. 23)