People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Place: RNF (Renfrewshire) >> Inverkip

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Name Floruits Related place
John Morton, vicar of Inverkip 1283 × 1283 Inverkip
Robert, vicar of Inverkip 1270 × 1270 Inverkip
Simon, vicar of Inverkip 1272 × 1272 Inverkip


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Title Related place
Document 5/3/0 (CDS, ii, no. 1390) Inverkip
Document 5/3/0 (CDS, ii, no. 1397b) Inverkip
Document 5/3/0 (CDS, v, no. 334) Inverkip


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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Charter of Walter, bishop of Glasgow no
unavailable Gift of land to Paisley Abbey by Walter, son of Alan no
unavailable Gift of land neighbouring the church of Inverkip in exchange for land on Espedair Burn no
25 Mar. 1173 X 1177 Gift of church of Inverkip (RNF) yes Donald, son of Ewen; Duncan (Paisley); John, master, nepos of Bishop John of Dunkeld; Nigel de Côtentin; Ralph de l'Isle ; Richard, clerk of Dundonald; Robert Crook, knight (12C); Robert de Côtentin; Robert Hastings (12C); Robert Montgomery (12C); Robert, chaplain of Renfrew; Swain, son of Thor of Ruthven (father of Alan); Ulkil, son of Swain son of Thor; Walter de Côtentin; William, prefect of Lanark ; Wulfbrand (father of Richard)
25 Mar. 1173 X 1177 Gift of church of Inverkip (RNF) yes Donald, son of Ewen; Duncan (Paisley); John, master, nepos of Bishop John of Dunkeld; Nigel de Côtentin; Ralph de l'Isle ; Richard, clerk of Dundonald; Robert Crook, knight (12C); Robert de Côtentin; Robert Hastings (12C); Robert Montgomery (12C); Robert, chaplain of Renfrew; Swain, son of Thor of Ruthven (father of Alan); Ulkil, son of Swain son of Thor; Walter de Côtentin; William, prefect of Lanark ; Wulfbrand (father of Richard)
25 Mar. 1173 X 1177 Gift of church of Inverkip (RNF) yes Donald, son of Ewen; Duncan (Paisley); John, master, nepos of Bishop John of Dunkeld; Nigel de Côtentin; Ralph de l'Isle ; Richard, clerk of Dundonald; Robert Crook, knight (12C); Robert de Côtentin; Robert Hastings (12C); Robert Montgomery (12C); Robert, chaplain of Renfrew; Swain, son of Thor of Ruthven (father of Alan); Ulkil, son of Swain son of Thor; Walter de Côtentin; William, prefect of Lanark ; Wulfbrand (father of Richard)
20 Sept. 1202 X 15 May 1207 Confirmation of churches and chapels in bishopric of Glasgow yes Bede, canon of Glasgow; Benedict, chaplain of Bishop-elect Florence; Elias, clerk and canon of Glasgow; Herbert, dean of Glasgow (fl.1179×89-1204×07); Jocelin of Partick, canon of Glasgow; John of Huntingdon, master, official of Glasgow (fl.1179×1208); John of Kilbride, persona of Kilbride; Maurice Lovell, clerk of Bishop-elect Florence; Philip of Partick, rector of Rutherglen; Robert, archdeacon of Glasgow (d.1222); Theodoric, master, 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
10 Sept. 1239 Settlement between William, bishop of Glasgow, and Paisley Abbey yes
Monday 14 Jan. 1247 Gift of land near the church of Inverkip in exchange for land near the Espedair Burn yes Alan de l'Isle; Ralph, king's chaplain (TRA2); Thomas del Bois; Thomas, son of Ranulf (d. 1262); Walter of Crail, clerk of Alexander Stewart; William Lindsay, dean of Glasgow (d.p.1246/7)
1265 Confirmation of possessions of Paisley Abbey yes


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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
1241 X 14 Jan. 1247 Church of Innerkip and chapel of Lochwinnoch (RNF) Paisley Abbey (fd.1169)