People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Place: STL (Stirlingshire) >> Dunipace

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Name Floruits Related place
Alexander of Dunipace Dunipace
Church of Dunipace 1190 × 1200 Dunipace
Elias, clerk of Dunipace 1178 × 1178 Dunipace
Thomas of Dunipace 1240 × 1240 Dunipace


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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Statement of complaint against Cambuskenneth Abbey no
unavailable Gift of church of St Ninians with its chapels of Dunipace and Larbert no
unavailable Gift of 2 oxgangs of land in Dunipace no
unavailable Donation of a haugh near Dunipace (STL) no
unavailable Gift of lands in villa of Dunipace (STL) no
unavailable *Resignation of land in barony of Dunipace (STL) no
7 Jun. 1163 Grant of papal protection and confirmation of properties, liberties and immunities yes
1178 X 13 May 1195 Gift of 2 oxgangs in Dunipace (STL) yes Alexander, brother of Patrick son of Eli; Elias, clerk of Dunipace ; H., clerk; Isaac, priest (Cambuskenneth); Ivo, clerk (STL); Patrick, son of Elias; Roger, prior of Manuel ; Thomas of Lennel; William Applegarth ; William, abbot of Holyrood (II) (fl.1187×89-1206)
11 Oct. 1184 Grant of Papal protection and confirmation of properties, rights and liberties yes
20 Mar. 1207 Appointment of papal judges-delegate yes
6 May 1207 Confirmation of possessions of Cambuskenneth Abbey yes
5 Nov. 1214 Statement of complaint against Cambuskenneth Abbey yes
24 Oct. 1215 Settlement of dispute between Dunfermline Abbey and Cambuskenneth Abbey yes
27 Mar. 1226 X 1241 Gift of a half-ploughgate in Dunipace (STL), and two oxgangs of land on the east side of the church yes Adam Francis (the Frenchman); Andrew, grieve of Stirling; Bernard Fraser, sheriff of Stirling; John (II) of Morham, son of John Malherbe (I); John of Stenhouse; John Wishart (I or II); Malcolm, thane of Callendar (mid 13C); Thomas, brother of John of Stenhouse, clerk
circa 1240 X circa 1287 Gift of land in Dunipace (STL) yes Henry of Halliburton (mid 13C); John of Lamberton, knight (mid13C); Stephen of Blantyre
8 Nov. 1240 X 28 Sept. 1287 Gift of land held by named persons in Dunipace (STL) yes Alwine of Callendar, knight; David Graham (II), son of David Graham (TRW); Henry, clerk, burgess of Stirling; John of Glasgow; John of Stirling, knight, sheriff of Stirling; John, son of Alie, burgess of Linlithgow; Richard of Stickley, lord of Blebo; Stephen of Blantyre; Thomas of Dunipace; William of Airth, lord of Fordell
8 Nov. 1240 X 28 Sept. 1287 Appointment of procurator to institute sasine of lands in Dunipace (STL) yes
6 Aug. 1251 Statement concerning procurations of Cambuskenneth Abbey yes
25 Mar. 1306 X 7 Jun. 1329 Gift of lordship in barony of Dunipace (STL) yes
18 May 1322 Gift of lands in baronies of Dunipace (STL), Duncanlaw (ELO) and Morham (ELO) yes Bernard, abbot of Arbroath, chancellor; James Douglas, lord of Douglas (d.1330); Robert Keith, marischal (d.1343); Robert of Lauder, justiciar of Lothian; Walter Stewart (III) (d.1327); William Abernethy, knight (14C); William de Vieuxpont, knight (14C)
8 Nov. 1240 X circa 1279 Quitclaim to lands in villa of Dunipace (STL) for the exchange of land of Binny (WLO) yes John, clerk of Hugh Gifford; John, clerk of Linlithgow ; John, son of Alie, burgess of Linlithgow; Stephen of Blantyre; William, vicar of Linlithgow
circa 1190 X 1200 Grant (?) of teind of mill of Dunipace (STL) yes Adam of Stonehouse; Herbert de Camera; Isaac, priest (Cambuskenneth); Roger, prior of Manuel ; William Wishart (12C)