People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Place: DMF (Dumfriesshire) >> Closeburn

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Name Floruits Related place
Aliugan, chaplain of Closeburn 1185 × 1185 Closeburn
Church of Closeburn Closeburn
Ivo, son of Stephen of Closeburn Closeburn


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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Gift of church of Closeburn (DMF) no
unavailable Renewal of church of Closeburn (DMF) no
24 Aug. 1198 X 4 Dec. 1214 Gift of church of Closeburn (DMF) yes Adam, brother of Thomas clerk of Troqueer; Adam, chaplain (DMF); Adam, son of Hawise; Enoch, clerk, vicar of Dalgarnock; Gilla Conaill, son of Edgar son of Donald; Martin of Dumfries, persona, clerk; Matthew, clerk of Penpont; Patrick (Padin) mac Gilla na Náem ; Patrick mac Conaing; Robert, chaplain (DMF); Thomas, clerk of Troqueer; William, son of Peter, burgess of Dumfries
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)
15 Aug. 1232 Gift of Closeburn (DMF) yes David de Bonville, marischal (fl.late 12C-mid13C); David Lindsay (II), son of David (I), lord of Luffness (d.1241); John Maxwell, chamberlain, sheriff of Roxburgh (d.1241); Robert Menzies, chamberlain (d.1267); Roger Avenel, sheriff (d.1243); Roger de Quincy, earl of Winchester (d.1264); Roger, son of Glay; Thomas, son of Ranulf (d. 1262); Walter Stewart (II), son of Alan (d.1241); William of Bondington, bishop of Glasgow (d.1258)
Wednesday 8 Feb. 1279 * Renewal of church of Closeburn (DMF) yes
circa 1 Jun. 1281 * Lease (agreement) of teinds, etc. of church of Closeburn at ferme for three years (DMF) yes
23 Oct. 1264 Appointment of deputies yes
12 Jan. 1265 Judgement in the case brought before the bishop of Glasgow and his official between Kelso Abbey and Sir Adam of Kirkpatrick, knight, concerning the right of patronage to the church of Closeburn (DMF) yes


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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
15 Aug. 1232 Closeburn (DMF) Alexander II, king of Scots (d.1249)
15 Aug. 1232 Closeburn (DMF) Affrica (landholder in DMF)
circa 1 Jun. 1281 land in Closeburn (DMF) Church of Closeburn
12 Jan. 1265 Advowson of the church of Roxburgh Kelso Abbey