People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Hospital of Soutra

Floruits
1164 × 1306
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Soutra
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Total number of associated factoids: 88

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Date Short Summary Role Witnesses Source
undated Gift of half oxgang with a toft and croft (in Duncanlaw, ELO?) Beneficiary Adam Malherbe of Morham; John (II) of Morham, son of John Malherbe (I); Reginald, chaplain of Soutra; Richard, clerk (13C); Richard, servant; Uhtred, chaplain (Soutra); Walter, steward (Soutra); William, chaplain of Soutra 3/196/1 (Midl. Chrs., no. 5)
unavailable Exchange of land of 'Qwhythorp' for Johnstone (now Johnstounburn, Humbie parish, ELO) Beneficiary 3/306/2 (Midl. Chrs., no. 47)
unavailable Gift of unspecified land near Johnstone (RNF) Beneficiary 3/311/3 (Midl. Chrs., no. 36)
undated Gift of one toft and two acres near land held by Peter son of Aelbeorht held of Soutra Hospital Beneficiary Adam, clerk of Linlithgow ; Adam, persona of Kinneil ; Alexander, chaplain (Soutra); Duncan, clerk of Balvaird ; Michael, chaplain, associate of Adam persona of Kinneil; Roger d'Eu (12C); William, chaplain of Carriden 3/216/2 (Midl. Chrs., no. 3)
unavailable Concession of general immunities and liberties Beneficiary 2/140/77 (Midl. Chrs., no. 43)
unavailable Donation of land between stated marches (i.e., Hangingshaw, MLO) Beneficiary 1/7/107 (RRS, iii, no. 104)
unavailable Agreement concerning the tenement of Little Johnstone (RNF) Party 2 3/311/5 (Midl. Chrs., no. 48)
unavailable Charter (concession?) of one thrave of corn Beneficiary 1/8/41 (RRS, iv, no. 43)
unavailable Donations made in territory of Swanston (MLO) Beneficiary 3/555/0 (Midl. Chrs., no. 26)
unavailable Gift of certain piece of land Beneficiary 3/632/19 (Midl. Chrs., no. 38)
unavailable Renewal of land between stated marches (i.e., Hangingshaw, MLO) Beneficiary 1/7/107 (RRS, iii, no. 104)
undated Gift of part of land taken from William of Chirnside and Alice of By his wife Beneficiary Adam, son of Adam son of Philip, burgess of Berwick; Constantine, marischal (BWK); John Gray of Ayton, mayor of Berwick; John of Dunbar, burgess of Berwick; John Oliver, grieve of Berwick; John Otyr; Matthew of Greenlaw, mayor of Berwick; Nicholas, clerk (13C); Robert Brun/Broun/Niger; Robert Stater; Thomas de Bataille, grieve of Berwick; Thomas of Bernham, grieve; William de Bataille, burgess of Berwick; William de Botha; William, goldsmith, mayor of Berwick 3/632/18 (Midl. Chrs., no. 37)
unavailable Resignation of ‘Lower Johnston’ (in Humbie parish, ELO) Grantor 3/311/5 (Midl. Chrs., no. 48)
undated Gift of 4 bolls of wheat Beneficiary Henry, persona of Dalmeny; John 'without land'; John Long; Ralph, chaplain of Peaston; Robert, son of John; Thomas Cod ; William Summer 3/462/2 (Midl. Chrs., no. 4)
unavailable Gift of church of Wemyss (FIF) undefined (transaction) 2/10/248 (Midl. Chrs., no. 40)
unavailable Collation of half chalder of oatmeal Beneficiary 1/8/44 (RRS, iv, no. 46)
undated Gift of 3 oxgangs in Elphinstone (ELO) Beneficiary Alan of Falside; Alan of Winton; Alexander Seton (mid13C); Milo Cornet; Robert Sinclair; Stephen, chaplain, scribe; Thomas, son of William, knight (13C); William of Tranent 3/254/2 (Midl. Chrs., no. 11)
undated Gift of toft and croft in Ochiltree (WLO) Beneficiary Geoffrey, grieve of Ochiltree; Gilbert, chaplain of Soutra; John of Lamberton, knight (mid13C); John, clerk (Soutra); Jordan, serviens (Soutra); Peter, son of Aelbeorht; Thomas of Mungal 3/549/4 (Midl. Chrs., no. 16)
unavailable Donation of 23 acres in Swanston and a toft and croft Beneficiary 1/7/108 (RRS, iii, no. 105)
unavailable Confirmation of church of Wemyss (FIF) Beneficiary 2/10/248 (Midl. Chrs., no. 40)
unavailable Gift of half chalder of oatmeal from mill of Peebles Beneficiary 1/8/47 (RRS, iv, no. 48)
undated Gift of 4 bolls of wheat annually Beneficiary Hugh of Hadden; John de Normanville (d.1240); Simon of Markington; William of Bothwell; William of Hadden (12C) 3/265/6 (Midl. Chrs., no. 10)
unavailable Donation of two skeps of oatmeal from granary at Liddel Beneficiary 3/553/1 (Midl. Chrs., no. 6)
unavailable Quitclaim of rights in ploughgate of 'Fulwidnes' (lost, Channelkirk parish, BWK) Beneficiary 3/28/26 (Kel. Lib., no. 246)
unavailable Render of oatmeal now being given at ferme in cash Beneficiary 1/8/47 (RRS, iv, no. 48)
undated Gift of one thrave of corn from every plough of land of Thomas Hay Beneficiary David of Braid, master, clerk of justiciar; Gilbert, brother of Henry of Braid; Robert Kringleton ; William of Hartside, sheriff of Lanark 3/276/11 (Midl. Chrs., no. 17)
unavailable Gift of ploughgate of ‘Fulwidnes’ (lost, Channelkirk parish, BWK) Beneficiary 3/28/26 (Kel. Lib., no. 246)
unavailable Gift of right of patronage of church of Wemyss (FIF) Beneficiary 2/10/199 (Midl. Chrs., no. 30)
undated Gift of cultivated land (in Cranston parish, MLO) lying near boundaries of Peaston Beneficiary Adam of Makerstoun, master, provost (d.1280×86); David Sauchueld ; John of Kelso, master; Michael of Peaston; Robert Sinclair; William Douglas (d.×1274) 3/181/1 (Midl. Chrs., no. 22)
unavailable Gift of church of Kirkurd (PEB) Beneficiary 2/7/53 (Midl. Chrs., no. 29)
unavailable Agreements, charters and other compositions between Soutra Hospital and John of Johnstone Party 2 3/306/2 (Midl. Chrs., no. 47)
undated Gift of land in Johnstone (RNF) Beneficiary Adam Gordon II, knight, son of Adam; Adam of Makerstoun, master, provost (d.1280×86); Alan Sinclair, knight; Hugh Johnstone; John of Kelso, master; Ralph Noble, father; Thomas Hay (son of William); Thomas of Pencaitland; William Balliol (mid-13C); William of Hartside, sheriff of Lanark 3/311/3 (Midl. Chrs., no. 36)
X 25 Mar. 1220 Agreement between Dryburgh Abbey and Soutra Hospital Party 2 Laurence of Thornton, archdeacon of St Andrews (d.1238×40); Peter Haig (early 13C); Ralph Maule; Stephen of Lilliesleaf, master, clerk, persona; Walter, steward of Jedburgh ; William White of Hartside 4/10/1 A (Midl. Chrs., no. 13)
X 25 Mar. 1220 * Grant (concedo, agreement) of teinds and rights of ploughgate in Channelkirk called ‘Futhewethynis’ Party 2 4/10/1 A (Midl. Chrs., no. 13)
1162 X 20 Sept. 1164 Gift in perpetual alms of land lying within specified boundaries Beneficiary Herbert, bishop of Glasgow (d.1164); Ingram, bishop of Glasgow (d.1174); Osbert, abbot of Jedburgh (d.1174); Richard de Moreville (d.1189 or 1190); Walter Stewart (I), son of Alan (d.1177) 1/5/82 (RRS, i, no. 216)
1189 X 1196 Confirmation of a gift of land in Hartside made by the proctor of Soutra named person (transaction) Alan of Clapham; Alan of Thirlestane (son of Aelsi); Albin, chaplain of Earl Duncan of Fife; Christiana, wife of William de Moreville ; Duncan, son of Earl Duncan (II) of Fife; Henry Sinclair (early 13C); Ingram Herring; Ketill of Letham; Peter Haig (early 13C); Richard de Néhou; Richard Mansell ; William Mansell 3/416/26 (NRS, RH 6/12)
1200 X 4 Dec. 1214 Gift of land in Peaston (ELO) Beneficiary Cospatric de Sauchueld; Elias, steward (ELO); Martin, master, physician; Thomas of Stirling, clerk, archdeacon of Glasgow (d.1227); Unknown, son of Walter son of priest; Walter, son of unknown priest; William del Bois, chancellor (d.1232) 3/462/1 (Midl. Chrs., no. 8)
1204 X Concession of rights in church of St Mary of Wemyss (FIF) Beneficiary Adam of Makerstoun, master, provost (d.1280×86); Duncan, son of Adam (of Kilconquhar), knight and sheriff of Fife; Gilbert, persona of Wemyss; Henry Abernethy (fl.1220s×60); John of Pinkie; Ralph, chaplain (FIF); Reginald Bastar; Roger, chaplain (FIF); Thomas of Kilmaron; William de Helewyk, master 3/403/4 (Midl. Chrs., no. 14)
1211 X 20 Jan. 1226 Gift of a half chalder of grain at Restalrig (MLO) Beneficiary Alan, chaplain of Restalrig; Baldred, chaplain; Hugh, clerk of Chancellor William del Bois; Philip, chaplain of Restalrig; Richard Murray, master (fl.1204-27); Richard, clerk of Chancellor William del Bois; William del Bois, chancellor (d.1232) 3/497/7 (Midl. Chrs., no. 19)
22 Jul. 1211 X 20 Jan. 1226 Confirmation of church of Ormiston (ELO) Beneficiary Alan Sinclair, knight; Walter Lindsay (III or IV); William del Bois, chancellor (d.1232); William of Gullane, rector of Gullane 2/10/171 (Midl. Chrs., no. 18)
circa 1215 X 1241 Gift of half ploughgate in Saltoun (ELO) Beneficiary David of Braid, master, clerk of justiciar; John, marischal (early13C); Ralph Noble, father; Thomas Hay (son of William); Walter Oliphant, justiciar of Lothian (son of Walter) (d.1242); William de Vieuxpont (III), son of Emma; William of Hartside, sheriff of Lanark 3/424/1 (Midl. Chrs., no. 12)
Jan. 1218 Gift of church of St Martin of Strathmartin (ANG) Beneficiary Adam de Prebenda, dean of Dunkeld (fl.1229×36-45); Alexander, son of William, sheriff of Stirling; Geoffrey de Liberatione, bishop of Dunkeld (d.1249); Hugh de Sigillo, bishop of Dunkeld (d.1229 or 1230); John Maxwell, chamberlain, sheriff of Roxburgh (d.1241); Laurence of Thornton, archdeacon of St Andrews (d.1238×40); Walter Lindsay (III), son of William (II) (d.c.1222); William de Valognes (d.1219); William del Bois, chancellor (d.1232); William of Gullane, rector of Gullane 2/10/153 (Midl. Chrs., no. 20)
1220 X 1241 Renewal of two skeps of oatmeal from granary at Liddel Beneficiary John of Kelso, master; Reginald, chaplain of Soutra; Richard of Stirling, chaplain; Robert of Dundee, chaplain; Robert of Trumpington, knight; William, chaplain of Soutra 3/553/1 (Midl. Chrs., no. 6)
circa 25 Mar. 1220 Agreement between Dryburgh Abbey and House of Soutra Party 2 4/10/1 B (Dryb. Lib., no. 187)
circa 25 Mar. 1220 * Grant (concedo, agreement) of teinds and rights of ploughgate in Channelkirk called ‘Futhewethynis’ Party 2 4/10/1 B (Dryb. Lib., no. 187)
19 Jun. 1221 X 1225 Gift of 23 acres with a toft and croft in Swanston (MLO) Beneficiary Eadwulf of Cakemuir; Elias of Peaston; Henry, marischal (MLO); John of Pencaitland (son of Henry); John, clerk (Soutra); Robert Sinclair; Stephen of Wedale; William del Bois, chancellor (d.1232); William of Hartside, sheriff of Lanark; William of Shelford, steward of Roger de Quincy 3/555/1 (Midl. Chrs., no. 23)
19 Jun. 1221 X 4 Mar. 1238 Gift of 10.5 acres in Swanston (MLO) Beneficiary Bartholomew of Fala, knight; David of Falside; Eadwulf of Cakemuir; Gilbert, son of priest of Heriot; John of Shelford; Laurence of Heriot; Michael, son of priest of Heriot; Philip, clerk (Soutra); William of Shelford, steward of Roger de Quincy 3/555/2 (Midl. Chrs., no. 24)
23 Sept. 1225 Renewal of land between stated marches (i.e., Hangingshaw, MLO) Beneficiary David Comyn, lord of Kilbride (d.1247); Ingram Balliol (d.1239×44); Philip de Mowbray; Robert of Roos (II) (d.1226/7); Thomas of Stirling, clerk, archdeacon of Glasgow (d.1227) 1/7/107 (RRS, iii, no. 104)
30 Sept. 1225 Confirmation of 23 acres in territory of Swanston (MLO) with toft and croft Beneficiary Alexander of Stirling, son of Patrick; Gilbert of Stirling, bishop of Aberdeen (d.1239); Robert, king's chaplain (TRA2); Thomas of Stirling, clerk, archdeacon of Glasgow (d.1227); Walter Bisset (13C); William Bisset (early 13C), brother of John 1/7/108 (RRS, iii, no. 105)
16 May 1227 X 24 Mar. 1238 Gift of church of Lempitlaw (ROX) Beneficiary Herbert Maunsel, abbot of Kelso (fl.1221-39); Hugh of Potton, archdeacon of Glasgow (d.1238); Philip de Mowbray; Ralph, king's chaplain (TRA2); Reginald of Hadden; Richard of Dervale, master; Roger de Mowbray; Thomas de Normanville, knight; William of Greenlaw, master (d.1247) 3/224/1 (Midl. Chrs., no. 25)