People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Hospital of Soutra

Floruits
1164 × 1306
Related Place
Soutra
Grantor Beneficiary relationships
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Total number of associated factoids: 88

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Date Short Summary Role Witnesses Source
unavailable Donation of land between stated marches (i.e., Hangingshaw, MLO) Beneficiary 1/7/107 (RRS, iii, no. 104)
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 Donation of two skeps of oatmeal from granary at Liddel Beneficiary 3/553/1 (Midl. Chrs., no. 6)
unavailable Renewal of land between stated marches (i.e., Hangingshaw, MLO) Beneficiary 1/7/107 (RRS, iii, no. 104)
unavailable Charter (concession?) of one thrave of corn Beneficiary 1/8/41 (RRS, iv, no. 43)
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)
unavailable Agreements, charters and other compositions between Soutra Hospital and John of Johnstone Party 2 3/306/2 (Midl. Chrs., no. 47)
unavailable Gift of unspecified land near Johnstone (RNF) Beneficiary 3/311/3 (Midl. Chrs., no. 36)
unavailable Gift of church of Wemyss (FIF) undefined (transaction) 2/10/248 (Midl. Chrs., no. 40)
unavailable Donation of 23 acres in Swanston and a toft and croft Beneficiary 1/7/108 (RRS, iii, no. 105)
unavailable Collation of half chalder of oatmeal Beneficiary 1/8/44 (RRS, iv, no. 46)
unavailable Exchange of land of 'Qwhythorp' for Johnstone (now Johnstounburn, Humbie parish, ELO) Beneficiary 3/306/2 (Midl. Chrs., no. 47)
unavailable Confirmation of church of Wemyss (FIF) Beneficiary 2/10/248 (Midl. Chrs., no. 40)
unavailable Quitclaim of rights in ploughgate of 'Fulwidnes' (lost, Channelkirk parish, BWK) Beneficiary 3/28/26 (Kel. Lib., no. 246)
unavailable Gift of half chalder of oatmeal from mill of Peebles Beneficiary 1/8/47 (RRS, iv, no. 48)
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 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)
unavailable Agreement concerning the tenement of Little Johnstone (RNF) Party 2 3/311/5 (Midl. Chrs., no. 48)
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 Donations made in territory of Swanston (MLO) Beneficiary 3/555/0 (Midl. Chrs., no. 26)
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 certain piece of land Beneficiary 3/632/19 (Midl. Chrs., no. 38)
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 Gift of church of Kirkurd (PEB) Beneficiary 2/7/53 (Midl. Chrs., no. 29)
unavailable Resignation of ‘Lower Johnston’ (in Humbie parish, ELO) Grantor 3/311/5 (Midl. Chrs., no. 48)
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)
unavailable Concession of general immunities and liberties Beneficiary 2/140/77 (Midl. Chrs., no. 43)
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)
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)
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)
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)