People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Place: ELO (East Lothian) >> Humbie

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Gift (?) of Humbie in Liston (ELO) no
X 1195 Gift of church of Keith-Humbie with land (ELO) yes
X 1195 Gift of church of Keith-Humbie with land (ELO) yes
X 18 Jun. 1248 Obligation to maintain Dunfermline Abbey immune and free from injury, in return for the land of Keith yes Alan of Perth, master; Duncan, clerk of King Alexander II; Duncan, son of Adam (of Kilconquhar), knight and sheriff of Fife; William of Hertford, clerk of Glasgow
7 Jun. 1163 Grant of papal protection and confirmation of properties, liberties and immunities yes
7 Aug. 1205 X 16 Jul. 1216 Settlement of case of Alan, persona of Chrichton, and Dunfermline Abbey and Nigel the clerk concerning teinds and parochial rights in ELO yes
circa 1210 X 8 Jul. 1249 Renewal of church of Keith-Humbie (ELO) yes
circa 1220 X 8 Jul. 1249 Renewal of church of Keith-Humbie with land (ELO) yes
circa 1220 X 8 Jul. 1249 Renewal of church of Keith-Humbie with land (ELO) yes
18 Jun. 1248 Quitclaim of rights to land of ‘Siwinis’ Keith (ELO) yes Adam, monk of Dunfermline; Andrew Douglas; Henry of Edmonstone (son of Edmund); John of Preston; John, prior of Urquhart ; Richard, monk of Dunfermline ; Simon of Forret; Simon of Orrock; Simon, monk of Dunfermline ; Thomas of Bickerton; William Douglas (d.×1274)
circa 1250 X 1270 Agreement concerning land in Keith (ELO) yes
circa 1250 X 1270 * Renunciation of claim to land in Keith (ELO) yes
circa 1250 X 1270 * Grant of land and rights in Keith (ELO) yes
circa 17 Mar. 1291 Grant of land of Humbie in Leaston (ELO) yes Mark, bishop of the Isles (d.1303); Peter de Campania (Champagne), clerk; Peter of Mordington, knight; Richard Fossard (of Jedburgh) (Master); Walter Curry, keeper of Wigtown, Kirkcudbright, Dumfries Castles; William of Kinghorn, rector of Kirkliston
17 Mar. 1291 Confirmation of gift of Humbie in Liston (ELO) yes
unavailable Donation of church of Keith (Humbie, ELO) no
unavailable Grant of churches (specified) and possessions no
unavailable Grant of (specified) churches no
1152 X 1159 Confirmation of churches and other things belonging to Dunfermline Abbey yes Aiulf, dean of Lothian (fl.1150/51-1186); Herbert Scott, master, clerk (fl.1144×59-1172×78); Matthew, bishop of Aberdeen (d.1199); Robert, prior of St Andrews (d.1160); Thomas, master, physician (fl.1144-1178×89); Thorald, archdeacon of Lothian (d.1163 or 1166); William, abbot of Holyrood (I) (d.1172); William, chaplain of Bishop Robert of St Andrews
20 Nov. 1160 X 13 Sept. 1162 Renewal of churches given to Dunfermline Abbey yes Aiulf, dean of Lothian (fl.1150/51-1186); H. Tort Coll; H., chaplain (St Andrews); Matthew, bishop of Aberdeen (d.1199); Thorald, archdeacon of Lothian (d.1163 or 1166); Walter, prior of St Andrews (fl.1160-1198×99); William, pantler (FIF)
28 Mar. 1165 X 1169 Renewal of confirmation of gifts in alms of churches, possessions and benefices yes Abraham of Dunkeld, master, canon (fl.1162×78); Aiulf, dean of Lothian (fl.1150/51-1186); Alexander, chaplain of bishops of St Andrews (12C); Andrew, archdeacon of Lothian (fl.1147×59-1178×84); Bartholomew, master (fl.1165×78); Gregory, bishop of Dunkeld (d.1169); Herbert Scott, master, clerk (fl.1144×59-1172×78); John Scott, bishop of Dunkeld (d.1203); Matthew, bishop of Aberdeen (d.1199); Robert of Perth, son of Saewulf, bishops' chancellor; Simon, archdeacon of Aberdeen (fl.1189×96-1202×03); Turpin, bishop of Brechin (fl.1165×69-1189×98); Walter, prior of St Andrews (fl.1160-1198×99); William, abbot of Holyrood (I) (d.1172)
1178 X 16 Jan. 1188 Renewal of possession of Dunfermline Abbey yes Alexander, chaplain of bishops of St Andrews (12C); Andrew de Bas, brother of Bishop Hugh of St Andrews; Gamel, doorward, master (St Andrews); Henry, steward (St Andrews); Jocelin, archdeacon of Dunkeld (fl.1165×67-1193/4); John, chaplain (12C St Andrews); Richard, son of Robert de Congertun; Robert de Coles; Roger of Liston; Walter of Roxburgh, archdeacon of St Andrews (fl.1165×72-1179×88); Walter, brother of Bishop Hugh of St Andrews
20 Sept. 1202 X 18 Aug. 1204 Renewal of churches given to Dunfermline Abbey yes Andrew Murray, bishop of Moray (d.1242); Gilbert of Stirling, bishop of Aberdeen (d.1239); Henry, abbot of Arbroath (fl.1179-1207); John of Leicester, bishop of Dunkeld (d.1214); Laurence of Thornton, archdeacon of St Andrews (d.1238×40); Michael, master, clerk, chaplain (fl.1201-1220×25); Peter Baillard, master, clerk; Peter, chaplain and clerk of Bishop Malveisin; Rainbald, abbot of Scone (fl.1198-1206); Ranulf de Wat, archdeacon of St Andrews (d.1209); Richard, chamberlain of Bishop Malveisin; Robert Hay, clerk (son of William); Simon de Quincy, clerk, persona of Leuchars; Stephen of Lilliesleaf, master, clerk, persona; Thomas, prior of St Andrews (fl.1199-1211)