People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Archibald Douglas (early 13C)

Biography
Archibald of Douglas was the son of William of Douglas, the earliest known member of the family who appears in the last quarter of the twelfth century. He had perhaps six brothers, Brice, later bishop of Moray (d.1222), Henry of Douglas, Freskin, parson of Douglas and later dean of Moray, and three others who were canons of Moray chapter. Archibald had two sons, William (d.c.1270-74) and Andrew. Descendants of the latter would come to represent the Douglases of Lothian or Dalkeith. In A.A.M. Duncan, 'Douglas family', ODNB, xvi, 603; [http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/49418]
Floruits
1203 × 1236
Related Place
Douglas
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Total number of associated factoids: 23

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Date Short Summary Role Witnesses Source
unavailable Quitclaim of lands of Hailes (Colinton, MLO) Grantor 2/71/2 (Dunf. Reg., no. 300)
unavailable Gift of money Beneficiary 2/71/2 (Dunf. Reg., no. 300)
unavailable Donation of Livingston (WLO) and Hermand (MLO) Beneficiary 1/7/43 (RRS, iii, no. 43)
1204 X 19 Apr. 1225 Gift of lands of Livingston (WLO) and Hermand (MLO) Beneficiary Adam Garmund, knight; Alan de Lascelles (d.p.1204); Alan, chaplain (Fife); Alexander of Blair (I), knight (early13C); Andrew Murray, bishop of Moray (d.1242); David, lord of Strathbogie, son of Earl Duncan (II) ; Elias of Kinninmonth (son of Odo); Freskin Douglas, dean of Moray (d.1226); Hugh, clerk of Markinch (and earls of Fife); John, son of earl of Mar; Merleswain, son of the earl of Buchan (early 13c); Michael Scott, son of Malothen (1230s); Richard Corbet ; Roger Barclay (late 12C/ early 13C); Walter Greg; William of Cogshall; William, clerk of Earl Malcolm of Fife 3/16/18 (Mort. Reg., App. I, no. 1)
19 Apr., 1217 X 1220 Confirmation of Livingston (WLO) and Hermand (MLO) Beneficiary Adam of Scone, king's chaplain (d.1225×); Alexander, son of William, sheriff of Stirling; John Hay (I), lord of Naughton (d.×Oct.1266); Robert, king's chaplain (TRA2); Thomas of Stirling, clerk, archdeacon of Glasgow (d.1227); William del Bois, chancellor (d.1232) 1/7/43 (RRS, iii, no. 43)
1233 Agreement between Inchcolm Abbey and Robert of Rosyth and Roger of Balmule and Christina his wife named person (transaction) David, doorward (FIF); Duncan Ramsay; Henry, prior of Culross; John Hay (I), lord of Naughton (d.×Oct.1266); Michael Scott, son of Malothen (1230s); Morin/Maurice of Kinloch; Nicholas of Balram; Peter Ramsay, bishop of Aberdeen (d.1256); Philip de St Michael; Simon of Orrock 4/20/28 (Inchcolm, no. 15)


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Date Short Summary Source
circa 1225 Dominus (Lord/Sir) 3/28/30 (Stringer, Alan s. Roland, no. 5)


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Date Short Summary Role Source
14 Oct. 1178 X 1198 Hailes (MLO) Holder (possession) 2/71/2 (Dunf. Reg., no. 300)