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Document 1/54/1 (RRS, vi, no. 1) Dunnichen


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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Gift and grant of William, king of Scots to Arbroath Abbey no
unavailable Gift and grant of William, king of Scots to Arbroath Abbey no
unavailable Confirmations of churches of Kingoldrum (ANG), Monikie (ANG), Panbride (ANG), Dunnichen (ANG) and Catterline (KCD) no
unavailable Charter (renewal) of Bishop Ralph no
unavailable Confirmation of churches by Bishop Turpin no
unavailable Concession of procurement of hospitality at churches of Maryton (Old Montrose), Guthrie, Panbride, Monikie, and Dunnichen (all ANG) no
unavailable Gift and grant of William, king of Scots to Arbroath Abbey no
unavailable Grant of Turpin, bishop of Brechin no
unavailable Gift and grant of William, king of Scots to Arbroath Abbey no
unavailable Gift and grant of William, king of Scots to Arbroath Abbey no
1178 X 5 May 1180 Gift of 'Adinaglas', Dunnichen, and Kingoldrum yes Gilbert or Gilla Brigte, earl of Strathearn (d.1223); John, abbot of Kelso (d.1180); Matthew, bishop of Aberdeen (d.1199); Ness, son of William, lord of Leuchars (d.1178×83); Robert Barclay, brother of Walter; Walter Barclay, chamberlain (d.c.1193); Walter of Roxburgh, archdeacon of St Andrews (fl.1165×72-1179×88); Walter Oliphant (I), justice
14 Oct. 1178 X 1182 Gift of various endowments and privileges yes Alan Stewart, son of Walter (d.1204); Andrew, bishop of Caithness (d.1184); Archibald, abbot of Dunfermline (d.1198); Colbán, earl of Buchan; Duncan (II), earl of Fife (d.1204); Gilbert or Gilla Brigte, earl of Strathearn (d.1223); Gilla Brigte, earl of Angus (d.×1189); Jocelin, bishop of Glasgow (d.1199); John of London (?d.a.1190); Malcolm, earl of Atholl (d.c.1197); Richard de Moreville (d.1189 or 1190); Robert Barclay, brother of Walter; Robert II, abbot of Scone (d.1186); Roger de Valognes; Walter Barclay, chamberlain (d.c.1193); Walter of Windsor; Walter Oliphant (I), justice; Waltheof, earl of Dunbar (d.1182); William de Mortimer (12C); William Hay (I), lord of Errol (d.c.1201); William Lindsay (II) (d.c.1205); William, son of Thor, sheriff of Stirling
14 Oct. 1178 X 1182 Gift of various endowments and privileges yes Alan Stewart, son of Walter (d.1204); Andrew, bishop of Caithness (d.1184); Archibald, abbot of Dunfermline (d.1198); Colbán, earl of Buchan; Duncan (II), earl of Fife (d.1204); Gilbert or Gilla Brigte, earl of Strathearn (d.1223); Gilla Brigte, earl of Angus (d.×1189); Jocelin, bishop of Glasgow (d.1199); John of London (?d.a.1190); Malcolm, earl of Atholl (d.c.1197); Richard de Moreville (d.1189 or 1190); Robert Barclay, brother of Walter; Robert II, abbot of Scone (d.1186); Roger de Valognes; Walter Barclay, chamberlain (d.c.1193); Walter of Windsor; Walter Oliphant (I), justice; Waltheof, earl of Dunbar (d.1182); William de Mortimer (12C); William Hay (I), lord of Errol (d.c.1201); William Lindsay (II) (d.c.1205); William, son of Thor, sheriff of Stirling
14 Oct. 1178 X 1182 Gift of various endowments and privileges yes Alan Stewart, son of Walter (d.1204); Andrew, bishop of Caithness (d.1184); Archibald, abbot of Dunfermline (d.1198); Colbán, earl of Buchan; Duncan (II), earl of Fife (d.1204); Gilbert or Gilla Brigte, earl of Strathearn (d.1223); Gilla Brigte, earl of Angus (d.×1189); Jocelin, bishop of Glasgow (d.1199); John of London (?d.a.1190); Malcolm, earl of Atholl (d.c.1197); Richard de Moreville (d.1189 or 1190); Robert Barclay, brother of Walter; Robert II, abbot of Scone (d.1186); Roger de Valognes; Walter Barclay, chamberlain (d.c.1193); Walter of Windsor; Walter Oliphant (I), justice; Waltheof, earl of Dunbar (d.1182); William de Mortimer (12C); William Hay (I), lord of Errol (d.c.1201); William Lindsay (II) (d.c.1205); William, son of Thor, sheriff of Stirling
1191 X 1198 Confirmation of the churches of Old Montrose [Maryton] (ANG), Dunnichen (ANG), Kingoldrum (ANG), Panbride (ANG) and Monikie (ANG) yes Adam, persona of Longforgan; Andrew, priest/persona (Brechin); Gregory, bishop of Brechin (fl.1189×98-1242×46); Guy, abbot of Lindores (d.1219); Humphrey Barclay, son of Theobald; Isaac Scott, master, clerk; John (I) Hastings, sheriff (12/13C); Matthew, dean of Brechin; Michael, clerk of Tannadice; Robert II, abbot of Scone (d.1186); Simon, dean of Perth/Gowrie (fl.1165×78-1200); William de Montfort; William Hay (I), lord of Errol (d.c.1201)
1202 X 1214 Agreement between Ralph, bishop of Brechin and Arbroath Abbey yes Andrew of Brechin, chaplain; Gregory, bishop of Brechin (fl.1189×98-1242×46); Henry of Montrose, master, chaplain (fl.1199×1246); Máel Brigte mac Leóit (MacLeod), prior of céli Dé of Brechin; Matthew, dean of Brechin; Peter, chaplain of bishops of Brechin; William de la Carneille, persona of Dundee; William, chaplain of bishops of Brechin
1211 X 7 Oct. 1214 Renewal of gift of the church of Dunnichen (ANG) yes Alexander Mowat, clerk, chaplain (fl.1210s); Andrew of Brechin, chaplain; Gregory, bishop of Brechin (fl.1189×98-1242×46); Guy, abbot of Lindores (d.1219); Hugh de Sigillo, bishop of Dunkeld (d.1229 or 1230); Máel Brigte mac Leóit (MacLeod), prior of céli Dé of Brechin; Peter, chaplain of bishops of Brechin; Robert, son of Edgar; Thomas, son of Robert son of Edgar; William del Bois, chancellor (d.1232)
1211 X 1214 Renewal of the churches of Old Montrose [Maryton], Dunnichen, Kingoldrum, Panbride, Monikie, Guthrie and Catterline yes Alexander Mowat, clerk, chaplain (fl.1210s); Andrew of Brechin, chaplain; David Hay, lord of Errol (d.1237×41); Gregory, bishop of Brechin (fl.1189×98-1242×46); Guy, abbot of Lindores (d.1219); Isaac Scott, master, clerk; John de Montfort, son of William; Matthew, dean of Brechin; Robert Hay, clerk (son of William); Robert, son of Edgar; Thomas, son of Robert son of Edgar; William, official of Brechin (fl.1202×14)
25 Feb. 1213 Renewal of various possessions given by the king yes Alexander II, king of Scots (d.1249); Gilbert of Stirling, bishop of Aberdeen (d.1239); Henry, abbot of Kelso (d.1218); John Maxwell, chamberlain, sheriff of Roxburgh (d.1241); Jordan Comyn; Martin, master, physician; Philip de Valognes, chamberlain (d.1215); Ralph, master, physician (TRW); Robert de St Germain, master, clerk (fl.1199-1220); Robert, bishop of Ross (d.1249); Walter Comyn, earl of Menteith (d.1258); William del Bois, chancellor (d.1232)
25 Feb. 1213 Renewal of various possessions given by the king yes Alexander II, king of Scots (d.1249); Gilbert of Stirling, bishop of Aberdeen (d.1239); Henry, abbot of Kelso (d.1218); John Maxwell, chamberlain, sheriff of Roxburgh (d.1241); Jordan Comyn; Martin, master, physician; Philip de Valognes, chamberlain (d.1215); Ralph, master, physician (TRW); Robert de St Germain, master, clerk (fl.1199-1220); Robert, bishop of Ross (d.1249); Walter Comyn, earl of Menteith (d.1258); William del Bois, chancellor (d.1232)
25 Feb. 1213 Renewal of various possessions given by the king yes Alexander II, king of Scots (d.1249); Gilbert of Stirling, bishop of Aberdeen (d.1239); Henry, abbot of Kelso (d.1218); John Maxwell, chamberlain, sheriff of Roxburgh (d.1241); Jordan Comyn; Martin, master, physician; Philip de Valognes, chamberlain (d.1215); Ralph, master, physician (TRW); Robert de St Germain, master, clerk (fl.1199-1220); Robert, bishop of Ross (d.1249); Walter Comyn, earl of Menteith (d.1258); William del Bois, chancellor (d.1232)
17 Feb. 1215 Renewal of possessions of Arbroath Abbey yes David de Bonville, marischal (fl.late 12C-mid13C); David Hastings, earl of Atholl (d.1247); David Hay, lord of Errol (d.1237×41); Gilbert de Liberatione, clerk; Guy, abbot of Lindores (d.1219); Hervey, son of Philip, marischal (Keith); Hugh, bishop of Brechin (d.1218); John Hay (I), lord of Naughton (d.×Oct.1266); John Maxwell, chamberlain, sheriff of Roxburgh (d.1241); John Murray (TRA2); Jordan Comyn; Malcolm (I), earl of Fife (d.1229); Malcolm Hay, king's butler; Robert, bishop of Ross (d.1249); Robert, king's chaplain (TRA2); Thomas Durward (d.1228×33); Thomas of Stirling, clerk, archdeacon of Glasgow (d.1227); Walter Comyn, earl of Menteith (d.1258); Walter Lindsay (III), son of William (II) (d.c.1222); William del Bois, chancellor (d.1232); William of Clunie, canon of Dunkeld, king's clerk
17 Feb. 1215 Renewal of possessions of Arbroath Abbey yes David de Bonville, marischal (fl.late 12C-mid13C); David Hastings, earl of Atholl (d.1247); David Hay, lord of Errol (d.1237×41); Gilbert de Liberatione, clerk; Guy, abbot of Lindores (d.1219); Hervey, son of Philip, marischal (Keith); Hugh, bishop of Brechin (d.1218); John Hay (I), lord of Naughton (d.×Oct.1266); John Maxwell, chamberlain, sheriff of Roxburgh (d.1241); John Murray (TRA2); Jordan Comyn; Malcolm (I), earl of Fife (d.1229); Malcolm Hay, king's butler; Robert, bishop of Ross (d.1249); Robert, king's chaplain (TRA2); Thomas Durward (d.1228×33); Thomas of Stirling, clerk, archdeacon of Glasgow (d.1227); Walter Comyn, earl of Menteith (d.1258); Walter Lindsay (III), son of William (II) (d.c.1222); William del Bois, chancellor (d.1232); William of Clunie, canon of Dunkeld, king's clerk
17 Feb. 1215 Renewal of possessions of Arbroath Abbey yes David de Bonville, marischal (fl.late 12C-mid13C); David Hastings, earl of Atholl (d.1247); David Hay, lord of Errol (d.1237×41); Gilbert de Liberatione, clerk; Guy, abbot of Lindores (d.1219); Hervey, son of Philip, marischal (Keith); Hugh, bishop of Brechin (d.1218); John Hay (I), lord of Naughton (d.×Oct.1266); John Maxwell, chamberlain, sheriff of Roxburgh (d.1241); John Murray (TRA2); Jordan Comyn; Malcolm (I), earl of Fife (d.1229); Malcolm Hay, king's butler; Robert, bishop of Ross (d.1249); Robert, king's chaplain (TRA2); Thomas Durward (d.1228×33); Thomas of Stirling, clerk, archdeacon of Glasgow (d.1227); Walter Comyn, earl of Menteith (d.1258); Walter Lindsay (III), son of William (II) (d.c.1222); William del Bois, chancellor (d.1232); William of Clunie, canon of Dunkeld, king's clerk
15 Dec. 1218 X 1222 Renewal of churches of Old Montrose (Maryton), Dunnichen, Kingoldrum, Panbride, Monikie, Guthrie (all ANG) and Catterline (KCD) yes Brice Douglas, bishop of Moray (d.1222); Chapter of Brechin; Freskin Douglas, dean of Moray (d.1226); Henry of Montrose, master, chaplain (fl.1199×1246); Henry of Norham, official of Brechin, master; Henry, master, treasurer, chancellor of Moray; Hugh Douglas, archdeacon of Moray (fl.1225-27); Máel Brigte mac Leóit (MacLeod), prior of céli Dé of Brechin; William del Bois, chancellor (d.1232); William, chaplain of bishops of Brechin
20 Sept. 1248 Agreement between Bishop Albin and Dean William of Brechin and Arbroath Abbey yes
21 Oct. 1304 Agreement between bishop of Brechin and Arbroath Abbey yes
21 Oct. 1304 * Concession (agreement) that Brechin Cathedral may hold specified churches yes
21 Oct. 1304 * Concession (agreement) that Arbroath Abbey may have rectories or parsonages of specified churches yes


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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
1178 X 5 May 1180 Achinglas, Dunnichen, and Kingoldrum Andrew, bishop of Caithness (d.1184)
21 Mar. 1225 X 17 Jun. 1239 Dunnichen (ANG)