People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Place: LAN (Lanarkshire) >> Cathcart

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Name Floruits Related place
A. of Cathcart 1214 × 1214 Cathcart
Gilbert of Cathcart 1208 × 1225 Cathcart
Ranulf of Cathcart 1202 × 1202 Cathcart
Reynaud of Cathcart 1177 × 1179 Cathcart
Unknown, vicar of Cathcart 1294 × 1294 Cathcart
William of Cathcart 1226 × 1262 Cathcart
William of Cathcart, knight 1296 × 1309 Cathcart


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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Gift to Walter, son of Alan no
unavailable Grant of churches for uses of priory no
unavailable Charter of Walter, bishop of Glasgow no
unavailable Charter of Bishop Jocelin concerning churches of Paisley Priory no
unavailable Gift of churches and possessions no
unavailable Grant of churches no
unavailable Gift of possessions and privileges by Walter, son of Alan no
unavailable Grant of churches of Cathcart (LAN), Rutherglen (LAN), Carmunnock (LAN), Kilbarchan (RNF), Mearns (RNF), and Pollok (LAN) no
unavailable Gift of land to Paisley Abbey by Walter, son of Alan no
25 Dec. 1165 X 25 Mar. 1173 Gift of the church of Innerwick (ELO), the church of Legerwood (BWK), the church of Cathcart (RNF), and the churches of Strathgryfe (i.e. Renfrewshire) yes Alan Stewart, son of Walter (d.1204); Baldwin of Biggar, sheriff of Lanark; Ewen, son of Donald (and father of Donald); Ingram, bishop of Glasgow (d.1174); John, abbot of Kelso (d.1180); Mark, master; Osbert, abbot of Jedburgh (d.1174); Richard, bishop of St Andrews (d.1178); Robert de Côtentin; Robert Montgomery (12C); Robert of Pollok/Stenton (son of Fulbert); Solomon, dean of Glasgow (d.1174×5)
25 Dec. 1165 X 25 Mar. 1173 Gift of church of Innerwick (ELO), church of Legerwood (BWK), etc. yes Alan Stewart, son of Walter (d.1204); Alexander Hastings; Baldwin of Biggar, sheriff of Lanark; Elias of Partick, canon of Glasgow (son of Fulbert); Ewen, son of Donald (and father of Donald); Geoffrey de Côtentin ; Hugh of Pettinain; Ingram, bishop of Glasgow (d.1174); John of Roxburgh, master, treasurer of Glasgow (d.1196); John, abbot of Kelso (d.1180); Mark, master; Nigel de Côtentin; Osbert, abbot of Jedburgh (d.1174); Richard Wallace (12C); Richard, bishop of St Andrews (d.1178); Richard, clerk of Walter Stewart (I); Robert Crook, knight (12C); Robert de Côtentin; Robert Montgomery (12C); Robert of Pollok/Stenton (son of Fulbert); Roger of Ness; Solomon, dean of Glasgow (d.1174×5); Walter de Côtentin
1179 X 1185 Confirmation of churches of Cathcart (Glasgow), and Carmunnock (LAN) no Alan Stewart, son of Walter (d.1204); Bernard, son of Brian, lord of Hadden; David, earl of Huntingdon (d.1219); Philip de Valognes, chamberlain (d.1215); Richard de Moreville (d.1189 or 1190); Robert Barclay, brother of Walter; Robert de Quincy (d.1200x01); Roger de Valognes; Walter Oliphant (I), justice
1179 X 1196 Renewal of gift of church of Innerwick, the mill of Innerwick, etc. yes Alan Montgomery, knight; Alan, chamberlain; Arnold of Partick; Elias of Partick, canon of Glasgow (son of Fulbert); Fulk Oliphant, clerk, persona of Smailholm; Geoffrey Brito ; Henry de St Martin; Henry of Carmunnock; Herbert, dean of Glasgow (fl.1179×89-1204×07); Jocelin, bishop of Glasgow (d.1199); Reynaud of Cathcart ; Richard, son of Wulfbrand ; Robert Crook, knight (12C); Robert de Côtentin; Robert of Kent; Robert of Pollok/Stenton (son of Fulbert); Roland of Mearns; Simon de Scoll ; Simon, archdeacon of Glasgow (fl.1165×74-1195×96); Walter de Côtentin; William, son of Robert (ELO)
1181 X 1199 Confirmation the churches of Cathcart, Rutherglen, Carmunnock and Kilbarchan yes Bede, canon of Glasgow; Elias of Partick, canon of Glasgow (son of Fulbert); Fulk Oliphant, clerk, persona of Smailholm; Gervase, clerk (king's and Glasgow); Herbert, dean of Glasgow (fl.1179×89-1204×07); John Montgomery; John, persona of Kilbride; Nicholas, master, chaplain, clerk of Bishop Jocelin; William Francis (the Frenchman); William, canon of Glasgow, clerk
16 May 1227 X 28 Jan. 1229 Renewal of churches of belonging to paisley Abbey yes Benjamin, clerk of Bishop Walter of Glasgow; Christian of Strathearn, master, earl's clerk; Hugh of Potton, archdeacon of Glasgow (d.1238); Philip of Partick, rector of Rutherglen; Ralph of Braid, master; Ralph, king's chaplain (TRA2); Richard of Braid (Brade), canon of Glasgow; Robert Hertford, precentor of Glasgow (fl.1223×25-1228); Walter, clerk of Bishop Walter of Glasgow; Warin, clerk of Bishop Walter of Glasgow
Tuesday 9 Nov. 1227 Settlement of case concerning tax assessment of vicarages due to Glasgow yes Adam, chaplain of Bishop Walter of Glasgow; Andrew, clerk of Bishop Walter of Glasgow; Hugh, chaplain of Bishop Walter of Glasgow; Ingram, master, clerk of Bishop Walter of Glasgow; John, chaplain, vicar of Peebles; Richard of Braid (Brade), canon of Glasgow; Richard of Ewood, canon of Glasgow; Stephen, chaplain of Hugh of Potton; Walter, clerk of Bishop Walter of Glasgow; Warin, clerk of Bishop Walter of Glasgow
Tuesday 9 Nov. 1227 Settlement of case concerning tax assessment of vicarages due to Glasgow yes Adam, chaplain of Bishop Walter of Glasgow; Alexander of Smailholm, clerk; Andrew, clerk of Bishop Walter of Glasgow; Hugh, chaplain of Bishop Walter of Glasgow; Ingram, master, clerk of Bishop Walter of Glasgow; John of Partick, son of Peter of Partick; John, chaplain, vicar of Peebles; Ralph of Braid, master; Richard of Braid (Brade), canon of Glasgow; Richard of Ewood, canon of Glasgow; Stephen, chaplain of Hugh of Potton; Walter, clerk of Bishop Walter of Glasgow; Warin, clerk of Bishop Walter of Glasgow
10 Sept. 1239 Settlement between William, bishop of Glasgow, and Paisley Abbey yes
1265 Confirmation of possessions of Paisley Abbey yes