People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Walter, abbot of Holyrood (d.1217 or 1218)

Biography
Watt and Shead, Heads, 92, 105: Walter was prior of Inchcolm and occurs on 6 March 1179. He held this office in '1210' when he was elected abbot of Holyrood. Walter died on 12 January 1217 or 1218.
Floruits
1179 × 1212
Related Place
Holyrood Abbey
Grantor Beneficiary relationships
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Date Short Summary Source
1178 X 30 December 1184 Renewal of church and land of Logie Dundee (ANG) 2/10/99 (SEA, i, no. 224)
1 October 1182 X 1203 Confirmation of church of Strathardle (PER) 2/6/7 (SEA, i, no. 45)
1 October 1182 X 1203 Agreement between Coupar Angus Abbey and the church of Cargill 4/11/4 (C.A. Chrs., no. 7)
1 October 1182 X 1203 Confirmation of agreement between Coupar Angus and church of Cargill 2/6/9 (SEA, i, no. 50)
1183 X 1 August 1189 Gift of church of 'Foethmuref' (Barry, ANG) 1/6/257 (RRS, ii, no. 284)
15 March 1187 X 15 February 1198 Confirmation of church of Moulin in Atholl (PER) 2/6/6 (SEA, i, no. 44)
1189 X 1194 Gift of church of Nigg (KCD) and common pasture 1/6/303 (RRS, ii, no. 332)
24 September 1200 X 7 July 1202 Gift of church of Kilconquhar (FIF) 3/16/9 (N.B. Chrs., no. 6)
1203 X 1209 Agreement between Coupar Angus and Dunkeld Cathedral 4/9/1 (C.A. Chrs., no. 15)
1203 X 1209 Renewal of church of Dull (PER) 2/6/16 (St A. Lib., 294-5)
1203 X 1209 Renewal of land of 'Adbrek' (PER) 2/6/17 (C.A. Chrs., no. 14)
19 July 1204 X 29 February 1208 Gift of Outh (FIF) 3/7/6 (Dunf. Reg., no. 167)
17 August 1204 Agreement between the Bishop of St Andrews and Durham Cathedral Priory, over cain, conveth, procurations, etc. in the diocese of St Andrews 4/4/6 (ND, App., no. 477)
17 August 1204 Settlement between (i) bishop of St Andrews and (ii) prior and convent of Durham, and church of Coldingham 4/33/7 (ND, App., no. 473)
21 April, 1212 X 1214 Confirmation of donation of Earl Duncan of Fife and his son, Earl Malcolm 1/6/482 (RRS, ii, no. 516)