People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Bishopric of Glasgow

1166 × 1170
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Date Short Summary Role Witnesses Source
unavailable Gift of lands by King Malcolm Beneficiary 1/6/90 (RRS, ii, no. 106)
unavailable Concessions of liberties by Malcolm IV Beneficiary 1/6/345 (RRS, ii, no. 374)
1128 × 1136 Gift of Govan (LAN) Beneficiary Alwine mac Arkil, the rannaire; Cospatric, earl of Dunbar (d.1138); Geoffrey, abbot of Dunfermline (d.1154); Gilla Míchéil, earl of Fife (d.c.1136); Herbert, bishop of Glasgow (d.1164); Herbert, chancellor (d.c.1135); Hugh de Moreville (I) (d.1162); Robert Bruce I (d.1142); Robert de Umfraville (d.c.1145); Robert, bishop of St Andrews (d.1159); Uviet, lord of Traverlen (Duddingston) 1/4/12 (Chrs. David I, no. 34)
1166 X 9 Aug. 1170 Renewal of Kinclaith, Cadder and 'Badermonoc' Beneficiary David Oliphant (12C); Duncan (II), earl of Fife (d.1204); Gilbert de Umfraville (fl.c.1140-90); Gilbert, son of Richer; John, abbot of Kelso (d.1180); Osbert, abbot of Jedburgh (d.1174); Philip Colville; Philip de Valognes, chamberlain (d.1215); Richard de Moreville (d.1189 or 1190); Richard, chaplain (TRW); Waltheof, earl of Dunbar (d.1182); William de Vieuxpont (II) (d.c.1203); William Hay (I), lord of Errol (d.c.1201) 1/6/90 (RRS, ii, no. 106)
13 Mar. 1192 Confirmation of previous liberties and declaration of 'special daughter' status of Scottish church named person (transaction) 2/136/1 (Haddan and Stubbs, Councils, ii, I, 273-74 )
22 Feb. 1198 X 4 Dec. 1214 Confirmation of special daughter status of Scottish Church named person (transaction) 2/137/77 (Glas. Reg., no. 89)
21 Nov. 1218 Confirmation of special daughter status and other liberties named person (transaction) 2/139/21 (A-S Relations, no. 5)
Feb. 1234 X 21 Mar. 1236 Acknowledgement of detention of villa of Eddleston (PEB) named person (transaction) Adam, chaplain of Roger de Quincy; David of Bernham, bishop of St Andrews (d.1253); Henry of Norham, prior of St Andrews (fl.×1228-1236); Maurice Lovell; Richard of Kelso, rector of Kinghorn; Robert de Aunay; Robert, chaplain (Methven or Liston?); Saer of St Andrews; Simon de Noisy, clerk of Bishop William of St Andrews; William de Chaumont; William Hay (II), lord of Aithmuir (son of William); William Malveisin, bishop of St Andrews (d.1238); William, chaplain of Roger de Quincy 3/28/35 (Glas. Reg., no. 167)