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Church of St John, Roxburgh

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Date Short Summary Role Witnesses Source
unavailable Gift of properties and revenue in Roxburgh and Teviotdale Beneficiary 3/3/18 (Chrs. David I, no. 201)
unavailable Gift of ploughgate in Roxburgh, and other possessions Beneficiary 1/6/286 (RRS, ii, no. 315)
23 Apr. 1124 X 1134 Gift of land in Roxburgh; and a tenement of land, and revenue in Castle Beneficiary Aldred, dean of Roxburgh (fl.1124×31-1161×62); Ascelin, archdeacon of Glasgow (fl.1126×7-1153×9); Berengar Engaine; Cospatric, earl of Dunbar (d.1138); Edward, bishop of Aberdeen (d.1171); Henry, earl of Northumberland and Huntingdon (d.1152); Hugh Brett (12C); John, bishop of Glasgow (d.1147); Richard, chaplain (TRD); Robert Corbet; Waltheof (Saint), abbot of Melrose (d.1159); William, son of King Duncan II (d.1151×4) 1/4/19 (Chrs. David I, no. 42)
1150 X 12 Jun. 1152 Confirmation of King David's gift Beneficiary Arnold, bishop of St Andrews (d.1162); Cospatric, earl of Dunbar (d.1166); Gervase Ridel, sheriff of Roxburgh (TRD); Herbert, bishop of Glasgow (d.1164); Hugh de Moreville (I) (d.1162); Ingram, bishop of Glasgow (d.1174); Robert, son of Truite; Walter de Bidun (d.1178); Walter Ryedale (d.1156); Walter Stewart (I), son of Alan (d.1177); William de Somerville (I); William Maule (12C) 3/3/18 (Chrs. David I, no. 201)
1189 X 1195 Renewal of ploughgate in demesne of Roxburgh and other possessions which King David has given Beneficiary Duncan (II), earl of Fife (d.1204); Gervase Avenel, lord of Eskdale (d.1219); Henry, master, physician; Herbert Maxwell (d.c.1202); Hugh of Roxburgh, bishop-elect of Glasgow (d.1199); John Scott, bishop of Dunkeld (d.1203); Patrick (I), earl of Dunbar (d.1232); Philip de Valognes, chamberlain (d.1215); Richard of Lincoln, bishop of Moray (d.1203); Walter Corbet (I); William Lindsay (II) (d.c.1205) 1/6/286 (RRS, ii, no. 315)