Roger of Scarborough, master, official of Aberdeen (fl.1261-63)
Watt and Murray, Fasti, 31: Roger occurs on 23 Sept. 1261 and 23 Jan. 1263 as official of Aberdeen.
Watt, Graduates, 480: Roger appears as Master in an Aberdeen context in the mid-13th century. He presumably took up office as official of Aberdeen in 1257x58 and ceased to be official by October 1268. He was also a royal clerk. He is probably not the same as Roger de 'Scardebur' chaplain, who appears in 1268.