People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Place: ANG (Angus) >> Glenisla

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Name Floruits Related place
Maurice, clerk of Glenisla × 1236 Glenisla


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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Charter concerning church of Glenisla no
unavailable Gift of toft in Perth, churches of Kinclavin (PER), Tillicoultry (CLA), Kincardine (PER) and Glenisla no
6 May 1207 Confirmation of possessions of Cambuskenneth Abbey yes
unavailable Concession of right of patronage of church of Glenisla (ANG) no
unavailable Gift of patronage of church of Glenisla (ANG) no
12 Sept. 1311 Statement concerning history of patronage of church of Glenisla (ANG) yes
12 Sept. 1311 *Concession of patronage of the church of Glenisla (ANG) saving pension of £10 yes
12 Sept. 1311 Concession of patronage of church of Glenisla (ANG) yes
18 Jul. 1234 Confirmation of 10 marks for supporting two monks in Holy Trinity of Loch of Forfar; 5 marks for lighting; common pasture and fuel yes David Hastings, earl of Atholl (d.1247); David Lindsay (II), son of David (I), lord of Luffness (d.1241); David Lindsay (III) of Barnweill (d.c.1268); John de Vaux, knight (fl.1213-55); Richard Murray (1230s); Roger de Quincy, earl of Winchester (d.1264)
9 Jul. 1233 Gift of lands in Glenisla (ANG) yes Alexander of Stirling, son of Patrick; John Hay (I), lord of Naughton (d.×Oct.1266); John Maxwell, chamberlain, sheriff of Roxburgh (d.1241); Ralph de Campania (Champagne); Roger, son of Glay; Thomas Hay (son of William); Walter Stewart (II), son of Alan (d.1241); William of Bondington, bishop of Glasgow (d.1258)


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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
6 Sept. 1234 Glenisla (ANG) Coupar Angus Abbey (fd.1164)
17 Feb. 1248 fugitive neyfs of Glenisla Coupar Angus Abbey (fd.1164)