People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Simon (II), son of Peter, grieve of St Andrews

Biography
It is likely that Simon son of Peter who was a burgess of St Andrews in the 1190s was the son of Peter the Fleming, the grieve. He seems to have dropped the 'son of Peter' upon becoming grieve in the 1200s, perhaps after his father's death.
Floruits
1189 × 1222
Related Place
burgh of St Andrews

Total number of associated factoids: 18

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Date Short Summary Role Source
13 Apr. 1189 X 15 Feb. 1198 Son of Peter (father of Simon)(Familial relationship) subject (relationship) 2/10/112 (SEA, i, no. 228)
26 Apr. 1245 X 30 Jul. 1250 Son of Simon (Familial relationship) object (relationship) 3/245/5 (St A. Lib., 284)


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Date Short Summary Source
undated grieve 3/610/1 (St A. Lib., 273)
13 Apr. 1189 X 15 Feb. 1198 burgess of St Andrews 2/10/112 (SEA, i, no. 228)
17 Jun. 1200 burgess of St Andrews 2/10/132 (SEA, i, no. 250)
circa 1212 X 6 Dec. 1229 grieve of St Andrews 3/173/8 (St A. Lib., 262-3)
1213 grieve 4/9/2 (St A. Lib., 315-16)
1219 X 29 Mar. 1240 grieve of St Andrews 3/551/2 (St A. Lib., 276-7)
1219 X 29 Mar. 1240 burgess 3/551/2 (St A. Lib., 276-7)
15 May 1222 X 9 Jul. 1238 grieve 3/331/4 (St A. Lib., 267-8)
15 May 1222 X 9 Jul. 1238 burgess of St Andrews 3/331/4 (St A. Lib., 267-8)