People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Henry of Lemmington, master, rector of Duns

Biography
Watt, Graduates, 338: Henry took his name from Lemmington (Northumberland). He held the church of Duns (BWK) and appears as Master and rector of that church in the 1280s. He later served as an auditor for Robert Bruce (without the title of Master). He occurs on 28 Aug 1296 as persona of Duns.
Floruits
1270 × 1289
Related Place
Lemmington

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Date Short Summary Source
circa 1270 X 24 Aug. 1289 Master 3/15/91 (Cold. Cart., no. 14)
circa 1270 X 24 Aug. 1289 rector of Duns 3/15/91 (Cold. Cart., no. 14)
24 Apr. 1289 X 1295 Master 3/15/112 (Kel. Lib., no. 306)
24 Apr. 1289 X 1295 rector of Duns 3/15/112 (Kel. Lib., no. 306)


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Date Short Summary Source
circa 1270 X 24 August 1289 Confirmation of land in Lennel and houses in Berwick 3/15/91 (Cold. Cart., no. 14)
24 April 1289 X 1295 Renewal of chapel of Fogo (BWK) with the mill 3/15/112 (Kel. Lib., no. 306)