People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Bishops of St Andrews

Floruits
1275 × 1310
Related Place
St Andrews
Grantor Beneficiary relationships
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Date Short Summary Role Witnesses Source
unavailable Grant of churches (unspecified) within St Andrews diocese Grantor 2/10/213 (Dryb. Lib., no. 38)
unavailable Confirmation by predecessors of Bishop William Malveisin Grantor 2/10/146 (Scone Lib., no. 54)
unavailable Confirmation of churches in diocese of St Andrews Grantor 2/10/193 (Scone Lib., no. 117A)
unavailable Grant of church of St Ninians (STL) named person (transaction) 2/97/1 (Camb. Reg., no. 109)
undated Gift of land in Berwick (BWK) named person (transaction) 3/632/27 (Melr. Lib., ii, App., no. 27)
unavailable Agreement between former bishops of St Andrews and Arbroath Abbey Party 1 4/4/22 (Arb. Lib., no. 334)
unavailable Concession of unknown privileges by Pope Lucius Beneficiary 4/32/79 (HMC 14, no. 18)
unavailable Concession of unknown privileges by Pope Innocent Beneficiary 4/32/79 (HMC 14, no. 18)
unavailable Concessions of predecessors to Scone Abbey Grantor 2/10/266 (Scone Lib., no. 115)
unavailable Confirmations to Scone Abbey Grantor 2/10/266 (Scone Lib., no. 115)
13 Apr. 1189 X 15 Feb. 1198 Renewal of possessions of St Andrews Priory Sicut Clause Adam of Perth, master, canon of Dunkeld (d.p.1210); Alan, son of Simon, son of Michael (Kinninmonth); Archibald, abbot of Dunfermline (d.1198); Henry, abbot of Arbroath (fl.1179-1207); Matthew, bishop of Aberdeen (d.1199); Odo of Kinninmonth, steward, marischal (d.c.1195); Osbert, abbot of Kelso (d.1203); Robert de Quincy (d.1200x01); Robert III, abbot of Scone (1186-98); Stephen, clerk (St Andrews); William de Lascelles; William of Hailes, master, dean of St Andrews (fl.1189×98); William, steward (St Andrews) 2/10/113 (SEA, i, no. 229 )
25 Mar. 1250 X 24 Mar. 1251 Renewal of pasture for 700 sheep in Mow (ROX) named person (transaction) Aymer of Ainslie; Gilbert of Thornley; Henry of Halliburton (mid 13C); John of Grubbit; John of Munford; Nicholas of Moffat, archdeacon of Teviotdale (d.1270); Ralph del Bois, master (Aberdeen); Richard of Biggarton; Robert of Paxton, master; Walter de Mortimer, dean of Glasgow (d.1270×71) 3/349/6 (Kel. Lib., no. 149)
10 Jul. 1258 Exchange of land in Wedderlie (BWK) named person (transaction) Gilbert of Totteridge; Patrick Edgar, knight, son of Walter; T. of Dauchburne; Thomas Gordon (son of Thomas) 3/474/2 (Kel. Lib., no. 302)
1262 X 1275 Statement of inspection of charters of former bishops of St Andrews and Glasgow concerning certain churches of and goods of Kelso Abbey and Lesmahagow Priory Sealer 2/96/1 (Kel. Lib., no. 276)
6 Jan. 1262 X 10 Jul. 1289 Agreement to render to monks 1/2 stone of wax or 30d. for transgressions named person (transaction) Hugh of Pearsby, sheriff of Roxburgh; Oliver, abbot of Dryburgh (fl.1262-73×); Thomas, rhymer of Earlston; William de Burudim; William of Hatley 3/266/3 (Melr. Lib., no. 334)
1273 X 1296 Quitclaim of land and buildings in Berwick (BWK) named person (transaction) 3/645/1 (Melr. Lib., ii, App., no. 26)
circa 1279 X 19 Mar. 1286 Confirmation of land in Hassington (BWK) named person (transaction) Andrew Fraser, knight; Hugh of Pearsby, sheriff of Roxburgh; Robert of Roberton; Simon Fraser (III) (d.1291×92); Thomas Randolph (d.c.1296); Walter Corbet (late 13C); William Soulis, knight, justiciar of Lothian (d.1292/3) 3/254/8 (Melr. Lib., ii, App., no. 18)
10 May 1286 Concession of indemnity from visitation named person (transaction) 2/10/282 (ND, App., no. 486)
Thursday 11 Feb. 1289 Concession of indeminity from visitation named person (transaction) 2/10/286 (ND, App., no. 487)
circa 1290 *Obligation by oath to abide by gift of third part of mill of Kilgraston (PER) named person (transaction) 3/599/6 (Moncreiffes, no. 9)
circa 17 Mar. 1291 Grant of land of Humbie in Leaston (ELO) named person (transaction) Mark, bishop of the Isles (d.1303); Peter de Campania (Champagne), clerk; Peter of Mordington, knight; Richard Fossard (of Jedburgh) (Master); Walter Curry, keeper of Wigtown, Kirkcudbright, Dumfries Castles; William of Kinghorn, rector of Kirkliston 2/10/288 (RMS, v, no. 2271a)
17 Aug. 1298 Statement that evidence of the destruction of Scone and its charters was presented in front of notary public named person (transaction) 2/98/7 (Scone Lib., no. 124)
1 Sept. 1310 Agreement between William of Lamberton, bishop of St Andrews and William of Fogo, abbot of Melrose Party 1 4/4/21 (Melr. Lib., no. 414)