People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Walter Murray of Duffus (son of Hugh)

Floruits
1226 × 1249
Related Place
Duffus
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Total number of associated factoids: 39

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Date Short Summary Role Witnesses Source
unavailable Agreement between (i) Andrew, bishop of Moray, and (ii) Walter of Moray, over the use of the wood and moor of Spynie and Findrassie Party 2 4/16/11 (Moray Reg., no. 99)
unavailable Grant of Succession (or renewal) to the land of 'Logyn' (MOR) Beneficiary 4/16/11 (Moray Reg., no. 99)
9 Oct. 1226 Agreement between Andrew, bishop of Moray, and Walter of Moray (son of William of Moray), over lands of Alturlie (INV), Lunnin (INV), Dun Davie (INV), and Croy (INV), etc. Sealer Alexander Douglas, sheriff of Elgin, serviens of the bishop of Moray; Andrew Wiseman, serviens; Andrew, clerk of Bishop Andrew of Moray; Archibald of Duffus; Archibald of Inverlochty; Augustine of Elgin/ Moray; Gregory, dean of Strathspey; Henry Douglas, clerk; Herbert, abbot of Kinloss (fl.1226-51); Ralph, chaplain of Bishop Andrew of Moray; Robert Hode; Robert, dean of Inverness; Simon, clerk of Bishop Andrew of Moray; Thomas, prior of Urquhart (fl.1226-32); Walter of Innes; Walter of Slentack; William Wiseman (early 13C); William, brother of Bishop Richard (of Moray); William, dean of Strathbogie 4/16/5 (Moray Reg., no. 31)
10 Oct. 1226 Agreement between Andrew, bishop of Moray, and Walter of Moray, son of Hugh of Moray, over use of woods and moor of Spynie and Findrassie (MOR) Party 2 Alexander Douglas, sheriff of Elgin, serviens of the bishop of Moray; Andrew Wiseman, serviens; Andrew, clerk of Bishop Andrew of Moray; Archibald of Inverlochty; Augustine of Elgin/ Moray; Gregory, dean of Strathspey; Henry Douglas, clerk; Ralph, chaplain of Bishop Andrew of Moray; Robert Hode; Robert, dean of Inverness; Simon, clerk of Bishop Andrew of Moray; Walter of Innes; Walter of Slentack; William Wiseman (early 13C); William, brother of Bishop Richard (of Moray); William, dean of Strathbogie 4/16/6 (Moray Reg., no. 120)
10 Oct. 1226 Agreement between Andrew, bishop of Moray, and Walter of Moray, son of Hugh of Moray, over use of woods and moor of Spynie and Findrassie (MOR) Sealer Alexander Douglas, sheriff of Elgin, serviens of the bishop of Moray; Andrew Wiseman, serviens; Andrew, clerk of Bishop Andrew of Moray; Archibald of Inverlochty; Augustine of Elgin/ Moray; Gregory, dean of Strathspey; Henry Douglas, clerk; Ralph, chaplain of Bishop Andrew of Moray; Robert Hode; Robert, dean of Inverness; Simon, clerk of Bishop Andrew of Moray; Walter of Innes; Walter of Slentack; William Wiseman (early 13C); William, brother of Bishop Richard (of Moray); William, dean of Strathbogie 4/16/6 (Moray Reg., no. 120)
25 Apr. 1229 Agreement between (i) Andrew, bishop of Moray, and (ii) Walter of Moray, son of the late William of Moray, over lands and pastures within Walter's feu Sealer Alexander Douglas, sheriff of Elgin, serviens of the bishop of Moray; Andrew Wiseman, serviens; Augustine of Elgin/ Moray; Henry, vicar of Kinneddar ; Herbert, abbot of Kinloss (fl.1226-51); Ralph, chaplain of Bishop Andrew of Moray; Simon of Gartly; Simon, prior of Kinloss ; Somerled of Boharm; Thomas, prior of Urquhart (fl.1226-32); Walter Murray of Duffus (son of Hugh); William Murray, knight (mid-13C) 4/16/8 (Moray Reg., no. 33)
4 Sept. 1230 X 17 Dec. 1242 Gift of two davochs of land in Ross, called 'Clon' Beneficiary Andrew Murray, bishop of Moray (d.1242); Andrew of Binnie, canon of Moray/Elgin; Colin mac Gilla Congail; Duncan, serviens of William earl of Ross; Gilmakali, iudex of Caithness; John Hollebeck, canon of Moray; Lulach MacIman'tokell (mac ingin Torcuill?); William (I), earl of Ross (d.1274); William of Duffus, precentor of Moray; William, bishop of Argyll (d.1241) 3/20/1 (Moray Reg., no. 259)
1237 Statement concerning Treaty of York (1237) Addressor 1/7/266 (RRS, iii, no. 259)
19 Oct. 1240 Gift of croft and toft for maintenance of chaplain at St Peter's, Duffus (MOR) Grantor Adam, chaplain, rector of Cromdale; Andrew Murray, bishop of Moray (d.1242); Bartholomew, chaplain of Walter Murray; Edward, chaplain of Walter Murray; John of Ogston, steward of Walter Murray; Martin, dispenser; Richard of Welles (mid 13C); Walter Crawford, master 3/414/4 A (Moray Reg., no. 213)
20 Mar. 1249 Agreement between (i) Simon, bishop of Moray, and (ii) Freskin of Moray, lord of Duffus, over the use of the moor of Spynie and Findrassie (MOR) Consentor Andrew of Dunn, dean of Moray (fl.1253); Fergus of Ardrossan (13C); John of Heiton, precentor of Moray (d.1249×63); Michael Mowat, sheriff of Inverness; Robert Black (Niger); Thomas Wiseman, sheriff of Elgin 4/16/11 (Moray Reg., no. 99)
Feb. 1264 Quitclaim of third part of land of ‘Clonys’ next to Dingwall (ROS) Previous landholder Alan, chaplain of Bishop Archibald of Moray; Alan, clerk of Bishop Archibald of Moray; David Durnemanyg, clerk of Bishop Archibald of Moray; Michael of Meigle (II); Roger, master, succentor of Moray; William, chaplain of Bishop Archibald of Moray 3/414/5 (Moray Reg., no. 216)


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Date Short Summary Role Source
Feb. 1264 Third part of land of ‘Clonys’ next to Dingwall (ROS) Holder (possession) 3/414/5 (Moray Reg., no. 216)