People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Place: DMF (Dumfriesshire) >> Staplegordon

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Name Floruits Related place
William of Conisbrough, lord of Staplegordon 1193 × 1200 Staplegordon


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Title Related place
Document 1/4/120 (Chrs. David I, no. 210) Staplegordon


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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Grant of [half] Westerker and Staplegordon (DMF) free from prises, captions, carriages, etc. no
unavailable Donation of William of Conisbrough no
unavailable Donation of churches within diocese of Glasgow no
unavailable Gift of Jocelin, bishop of Glasgow to Kelso Abbey no
unavailable Resignation of Staplegordon (DMF) no
X 4 Jul. 1195 Gift of the church of Staplegordon with its pertinents yes Elias Gifford; Gilbert Gifford; Robert Mowbray, clerk; Robert Thancard
X 4 Jul. 1195 Gift of the church of Staplegordon with its pertinents yes Elias Gifford; Gilbert Gifford; Robert Mowbray, clerk; Robert Thancard
1181 X 4 Jul. 1195 Renewal of churches and alms in the diocese of Glasgow yes Elias of Partick, canon of Glasgow (son of Fulbert); Herbert, dean of Glasgow (fl.1179×89-1204×07); Hugh, king's chaplain and clerk (episcopal witness); John of Huntingdon, master, official of Glasgow (fl.1179×1208); John of Roxburgh, master, treasurer of Glasgow (d.1196); John, dean of Teviotdale and Roxburgh (fl.1195-1204×07); Simon, archdeacon of Glasgow (fl.1165×74-1195×96); Walter, clerk of Bishops Ingram and Jocelin; William, canon of Glasgow, clerk
25 Mar. 1182 Grant of a privilege of protection, and confirming possessions, rights, and immunities yes
19 May 1232 Renewal of churches and other alms held by Kelso Abbey in the diocese of Glasgow yes Adam, chaplain of Bishop Walter of Glasgow; Hugh of Potton, archdeacon of Glasgow (d.1238); Robert de Crag, canon of Glasgow; Simon of Biggar, precentor of Glasgow (d.1266×69)
30 Apr. 1285 Concession to have lands of Wauchope (ROX) and Staplegordon (DMF) in free forest yes Alexander Comyn, earl of Buchan (d.1289); Donald, earl of Mar (d.1297×1305); Hugh of Pearsby, sheriff of Roxburgh; Patrick Barclay, knight; Reginald Cheyne, father (d.c.1293); William Soulis, knight, justiciar of Lothian (d.1292/3)
circa 1314 X Aug. 1320 Concession of barony of Staplegordon in free forest yes
circa 1314 X Aug. 1320 Gift of barony of Staplegordon (DMF) yes Bernard, abbot of Arbroath, chancellor; Gilbert Hay (II), lord of Errol, constable (d.1333); Robert Keith, marischal (d.1343); Robert of Lauder, justiciar of Lothian; Walter Stewart (III) (d.1327); William Soulis, butler of Scotland (d.1320/21)
6 May 1320 Gift of barony of Staplegordon (ROX) yes Bernard, abbot of Arbroath, chancellor; Gilbert Hay (II), lord of Errol, constable (d.1333); Robert Keith, marischal (d.1343); Walter Stewart (III) (d.1327); William Soulis, butler of Scotland (d.1320/21)
6 May 1320 Concession of barony of Staplegordon in free forest yes
26 May 1342 Resignation of all the lands of Douglasdale (LAN), Carmichael (LAN), Selkirk Forest (SLK), Lauderdale (BWK), Bedrule (ROX), Eskdale (ROX), Staplegordon (DMF), Buittle in Galloway (KCB), Romanno (PEB), and of the (burgh) ferme of Rutherglen (LAN) no
29 May 1342 Gift of Douglasdale (LAN), Carmichael (LAN), Selkirk Forest (SLK), Lauderdale (BWK), Bedrule (ROX), Eskdale (ROX), Staplegordon (DMF), Buittle in Galloway (KCB), Romanno (PEB), and of the (burgh) ferme of Rutherglen (LAN) yes Adam Murray, master, bishop of Brechin, chancellor (d. 1349/50); Alexander of Kinninmonth, bishop of Aberdeen (d. 1344); Duncan (IV), earl of Fife (d.1353); Patrick (V), earl of Dunbar/March and Moray (d.1369); Robert Keith, marischal (d.1343); Robert [Stewart] II, king of Scots (d. 1390); Thomas de Chartres (Charteris), chancellor (d. 1346)
before 8 Nov. 1324 Gift of indictments of thefts and their administration in barony of Douglas, Selkirk forest, etc. yes


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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
X 16 Apr. 1268 Mill of Staplegordon William of Conisbrough (son of William)
30 Sept. 1321 Staplegordon (DMF) John Lindsay, knight, son of Simon Lindsay