People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Place: BWK (Berwickshire) >> Hume

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Name Floruits Related place
Adacus of Hume 1182 × 1182 Hume
Adam of Hume 1296 × 1296 Hume
Church of St Nicholas of Hume 1138 × 1173 Hume
Geoffrey of Home 1296 × 1296 Hume
Gilbert of Hume, steward of Earl Patrick (I) 1182 × 1189 Hume
Mariota, lady of Home, wife Patrick Edgar × 1273 Hume
Patrick of Hume 1198 × 1202 Hume
Patrick, persona of Hume 1194 × 1194 Hume
Robert of Hume Hume
Roger, harper of Home 1296 × 1296 Hume
William of Hume (Junior) 1248 × 1269 Hume


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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Gift of two oxgangs in the villa of Hume (BWK) no
unavailable Donation of church of Hume (BWK) no
unavailable Donation of Earl [Cos]Patric no
unavailable Donation of church of Hume (BWK) no
unavailable Donation of Earl [Cos]Patric no
unavailable Gift of possessions from King David no
unavailable Gifts of possessions in St Andrews Diocese to Kelso Abbey no
unavailable Renewal of church of Hume and the land of 'Pullys' in Hume (BWK) no
unavailable Gift of church of Hume (BWK) no
unavailable Gift of church and land in Hume (BWK) no
unavailable Donation of church of Hume (BWK) no
unavailable Donation of Earl [Cos]Patric no
unavailable Agreement between William Courtenay and Ada, his wife, and Kelso Abbey no
unavailable Gift of land in Hume (BWK) no
unavailable Gift of land in Hume (BWK) no
unavailable Gift of land in Hume (BWK) no
unavailable Gift of church and land in Hume (BWK) no
unavailable Gift or Agreement concerning a half ploughgate in Hume (BWK) no
unavailable Forfeiture of half-ploughlands in Duns and Hume (BWK) no
unavailable Gift of lands in Duns and Hume (BWK) no
24 Mar., 1128 X 1138 Grant of ploughgate, parish of Hume and half of Gordon (BWK) yes Aelred, priest of Alwinside; Hugh of Tyninghame; Robert, bishop of St Andrews (d.1159); Thorald, archdeacon of Lothian (d.1163 or 1166); Ulkil, son of Maldred
24 Mar., 1128 X 1138 Grant of ploughgate, parish of Hume and half of Gordon (BWK) yes Aelred, priest of Alwinside; Hugh of Tyninghame; Robert, bishop of St Andrews (d.1159); Thorald, archdeacon of Lothian (d.1163 or 1166); Ulkil, son of Maldred
22 Aug. 1138 X 13 Sept. 1162 Gift of churches of Hume, Greenlaw and Fogo, with chapel of Lambden and lands yes
22 Aug. 1138 X 13 Sept. 1162 Gift of churches of Hume, Greenlaw and Fogo, with chapel of Lambden and lands yes
22 Aug. 1138 X 13 Sept. 1162 Gift of churches of Hume, Greenlaw and Fogo, with chapel of Lambden and lands yes
24 May 1153 X 1159 Gift of churches of Hume and Fogo (BWK) yes Andrew, archdeacon of Lothian (fl.1147×59-1178×84); Nigel, priest; Thorald, archdeacon of Lothian (d.1163 or 1166); William, abbot of Holyrood (I) (d.1172)
20 Nov. 1160 X 13 Sept. 1162 *Confirmation of churches given to Kelso Abbey yes
20 Nov. 1160 X 13 Sept. 1162 *Confirmation of churches given to Kelso Abbey yes
1166 X 1182 Renewal of churches of Hume, Greenlaw, Fogo, chapels of Lambden and Halliburton, and lands yes
1166 X 1182 Renewal of churches of Hume, Greenlaw, Fogo, chapels of Lambden and Halliburton, and lands yes
1166 X 1182 Renewal of churches of Hume, Greenlaw, Fogo, chapels of Lambden and Halliburton, and lands yes
1178 X 16 Jan. 1188 Renewal of churches of Kelso Abbey yes
1178 X 16 Jan. 1188 Renewal of churches of Kelso Abbey yes
1182 X 31 Dec. 1232 Renewal of churches and lands belonging to Kelso Abbey yes
1182 X 31 Dec. 1232 Renewal of churches and lands belonging to Kelso Abbey yes
1182 X 31 Dec. 1232 Renewal of churches and lands belonging to Kelso Abbey yes
25 Mar. 1182 Grant of a privilege of protection, and confirming possessions, rights, and immunities yes
15 Feb. 1198 X 6 Jun. 1199 *Renewal of churches belonging to Kelso Abbey yes Hugh, king's chaplain and clerk (episcopal witness); Isaac Scott, master, clerk; Ranulf de Wat, archdeacon of St Andrews (d.1209); Richard of Leicester, chaplain of Bishop Roger of St Andrews; Richard, chaplain of Bishop Roger of St Andrews; William of Hailes, master, dean of St Andrews (fl.1189×98); William of Lyne, master (fl.1197-1202)
15 Feb. 1198 X 6 Jun. 1199 *Renewal of churches belonging to Kelso Abbey yes Hugh, king's chaplain and clerk (episcopal witness); Isaac Scott, master, clerk; Ranulf de Wat, archdeacon of St Andrews (d.1209); Richard of Leicester, chaplain of Bishop Roger of St Andrews; Richard, chaplain of Bishop Roger of St Andrews; William of Hailes, master, dean of St Andrews (fl.1189×98); William of Lyne, master (fl.1197-1202)
15 Feb. 1198 X 7 Jul. 1202 Renewal of churches in diocese of St Andrews yes
15 Feb. 1198 X 7 Jul. 1202 Renewal of churches in diocese of St Andrews yes
1218 X 31 Dec. 1232 Gift of land in marriage-portion in territory of Home (BWK) yes
4 May 1235 X 1243 Renewal of land in Hume (BWK) yes Adam of Bathgate, master, sheriff of Roxburgh (d.1243); Adam of Stirling, constable of Roxburgh; Adam, brother of John son of Hugh of Redden; Alan of Hartside, serviens; John English (13C); Peter of Crailing; Peter of Hadden
1248 X Resignation of land in Hume (BWK) yes Gilbert of Bath, master; Hugh of Bernby, master, clerk of abbot of Kelso; Robert of Ednam, steward of Henry of Lambden, abbot of Kelso; Roger of Hume; Thomas of Preston
1248 X 16 Sept. 1258 * Quitclaim of rights in land in Hume (BWK) yes
1248 X 16 Sept. 1258 Gift of land in Hume (BWK) yes Andrew Maunsel, burgess of Roxburgh; Henry of Halliburton (mid 13C); Hugh, dean of Nenthorn; Roger of Hume
1248 X 24 Aug. 1289 Renewal of possessions given to Kelso Abbey yes
May 1250 Gift of all lands that J. de Cnolles held in villa of Hume (BWK) yes
2 Dec. 1268 Agreement concerning lands in Hume (BWK) yes
2 Dec. 1268 * Renunciation of claim to land in Hume particularly land called 'Pullys' yes