People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Place: PEB (Peeblesshire) >> Peebles

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Name Floruits Related place
Adam of Horde (Kirkurd), burgess of Peebles 1296 × 1296 Peebles
Baillies of Peebles 1363 × 1363 Peebles
Burgesses of Peebles 1363 × 1363 Peebles
Chapel of Peebles Castle Peebles
Chapel of St Mary, Peebles 1367 × 1367 Peebles
Church of Peebles Peebles
David, son of Andrew, burgess of Peebles 1296 × 1296 Peebles
Gilla Coluim, smith 1200 × 1200 Peebles
Henry Ravensmaw, burgess of Peebles 1296 × 1296 Peebles
Hospital of Peebles Peebles
John of Peebles, master of hospital of Peebles 1363 × 1363 Peebles
John Prest of Peebles Peebles
John, chaplain, vicar of Peebles 1227 × 1227 Peebles
John, son of Walter Greathead, burgess of Peebles 1296 × 1296 Peebles
John, vicar of the church of Peebles, burgess of Peebles 1296 × 1296 Peebles
Nicholas of Northincheton, burgess of Peebles 1296 × 1296 Peebles
Peter, son of Geoffrey, burgess of Peebles 1296 × 1296 Peebles
Ralph of the Bridge of Peebles 1296 × 1296 Peebles
Reginald Hardegrepes, burgess of Peebles 1296 × 1296 Peebles
Richard, deacon of Peebles 1164 × 1164 Peebles
Richard, vicar of Peebles 1260 × 1260 Peebles
Robert of Peebles, chamberlain of Scotland 1328 × 1329 Peebles
Roger Blind, burgess of Peebles 1296 × 1296 Peebles
Simon of Peebles Peebles
Simon, brother of Walter, burgess of Peebles 1296 × 1296 Peebles
Simon, son of Geoffrey, burgess of Peebles 1296 × 1296 Peebles
Thomas Lillie of Peebles 1296 × 1305 Peebles
Thomas, master of house of Holy Rood, Peebles 1296 × 1296 Peebles
Unknown, sheriff of Peebles (Edward I) 1296 × 1304 Peebles
Walter, vicar of Peebles 1259 × 1268 Peebles
William de Camera, baillie and burgess of Peebles 1296 × 1296 Peebles


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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Gift of vicarage of Peebles (PEB) no
unavailable Gift of church of Peebles (PEB) no
unavailable Donation of prebendaries of Glasgow and of other churches (named) no
unavailable Assignment of chapel of Peebles castle with ploughgate and rent of 10s. no
unavailable Assignment of chapel of Peebles castle with ploughgate and rent of 10s. no
unavailable Gift of liberties and possessions no
unavailable Sale of burgage in Peebles (PEB) no
unavailable Sale of burgage in Peebles (PEB) no
unavailable Gift of Selkirk Castle, and the manors and demesne lands of Selkirk and Traquair, and the burgh of Peebles with its mills and pertinents, and the forest of Selkirk no
unavailable Gift of Selkirk Castle, and the manors and demesne lands of Selkirk and Traquair, and the burgh of Peebles with its mills and pertinents, and the forest of Selkirk no
25 Dec. 1113 X 27 Apr. 1124 Notification of results of inquest to determine possessions of Glasgow Cathedral yes Alan de Percy (le Meschin), son of Alan; Berengar Engaine; Cospatric, earl of Dunbar (d.1138); Cospatric, son of Aldan; Cospatric, son of Uhtred; Gervase Ridel, sheriff of Roxburgh (TRD); Guy de Cahagnes; Hugh de Moreville (I) (d.1162); Maccus, son of Undweyn; Matilda (Maud) de Senlis, queen of Scots (d.1131); Osbert of Arden; Oswulf, son of Eadgifu; Pain de Braose; Reginald de Muschamp; Robert Corbet; Robert de Burneville (early 12C); Uhtred, son of Scott; Ulkil, son of Aethelstan; Walter de Broy; Walter Lindsay (I); Walter, son of Winemer; Waltheof, lord of Allerdale; William the Atheling; William, huntsman
25 Dec. 1113 X 27 Apr. 1124 Notification of results of inquest to determine possessions of Glasgow Cathedral yes Alan de Percy (le Meschin), son of Alan; Berengar Engaine; Cospatric, earl of Dunbar (d.1138); Cospatric, son of Aldan; Cospatric, son of Uhtred; Gervase Ridel, sheriff of Roxburgh (TRD); Guy de Cahagnes; Hugh de Moreville (I) (d.1162); Maccus, son of Undweyn; Matilda (Maud) de Senlis, queen of Scots (d.1131); Osbert of Arden; Oswulf, son of Eadgifu; Pain de Braose; Reginald de Muschamp; Robert Corbet; Robert de Burneville (early 12C); Uhtred, son of Scott; Ulkil, son of Aethelstan; Walter de Broy; Walter Lindsay (I); Walter, son of Winemer; Waltheof, lord of Allerdale; William the Atheling; William, huntsman
24 Dec. 1165 X 1195 Renewal of property and privileges as granted by King Malcolm IV yes
5 Apr. 1170 Confirmation of churches and possessions with protection yes
28 Feb. 1175 X 30 Apr. 1175 Grant of papal protection, and confirmation of lands, possessions and liberties yes
19 Apr. 1179 Grant of papal protection and confirmation of lands, possessions and liberties yes
1181 X 1185 Confirmation of gift made by King William I of Scots yes Hugh, king's chaplain and clerk (episcopal witness); John of Huntingdon, master, official of Glasgow (fl.1179×1208); John, dean of Teviotdale and Roxburgh (fl.1195-1204×07); Ralph of Linton; Robert, persona of Morebattle; Walter, clerk of Bishops Ingram and Jocelin; William Douglas (TRW); William, clerk, steward of Bishop Jocelin
1181 × 1185/6 Gift of castle chapel of Peebles with ploughgate and revenue from burgh ferme of Peebles no
1181 X 1185 Confirmation of gift made by King William I of Scots yes Hugh, king's chaplain and clerk (episcopal witness); John of Huntingdon, master, official of Glasgow (fl.1179×1208); John, dean of Teviotdale and Roxburgh (fl.1195-1204×07); Ralph of Linton; Robert, persona of Morebattle; Walter, clerk of Bishops Ingram and Jocelin; William Douglas (TRW); William, clerk, steward of Bishop Jocelin
1181 × 1185/6 Gift of castle chapel of Peebles with ploughgate and revenue from burgh ferme of Peebles no
17 Mar. 1182 Grant of Papal protection, and confirmation of lands, possessions, and liberties yes
12 Jun. 1186 Grant of papal protection, and confirmation of lands, possessions, and liberties yes
14 Aug. 1305 * Obligation to warrant burgage in villa of Peebles yes
circa 14 Aug. 1305 Gift of lands or burgages in Peebles (PEB) yes Michael of Horsburgh, master; Simon Blind; Thomas Lillie of Peebles; William, mason (PEB); William, son of Reginald
4 Oct. 1306 Gift of Selkirk Castle, and the manors and demesne lands of Selkirk and Traquair, and the burgh of Peebles with its mills and pertinents, and the forest of Selkirk yes
4 Oct. 1306 Gift of Selkirk Castle, and the manors and demesne lands of Selkirk and Traquair, and the burgh of Peebles with its mills and pertinents, and the forest of Selkirk yes
12 Jun. 1334 Castles, towns, and counties of Berwick-upon-Tweed (BWK) and Roxburgh (ROX), town, castle and forest of Jedburgh (ROX), town and county of Selkirk (SEL), forests of Selkirk and Ettrick (SEL), town, castle and county of Edinburgh (MLO), with constabularies of Haddington (ELO) and Linlithgow (WLO); town and county of Peebles (PEB); town, castle and county of Dumfries (DMF) yes Alexander de Mowbray, knight; David of Strathbogie, titular earl of Atholl (d. 1335); Henry de Beaumont, titular earl of Buchan; Henry de Percy (II), knight (d. 1352); John de Warenne, earl of Surrey (d.1347); John Kirkby, bishop of Carlisle (d. 1352); Patrick (V), earl of Dunbar/March and Moray (d.1369); Ralph de Neville (d. 1367); Richard of Bury, bishop of Durham (d. 1345); Richard Talbot, knight; Robert of Lauder, justiciar of Lothian; Thomas of Wake, knight; William de Montague, keeper of Berwick; William Melton, archbishop of York (d. 1340)
8 Mar. 1363 Grant of land, 40 feet by 24 feet, in burgh of Peebles, for chapel yes
unavailable Render of oatmeal now being given at ferme in cash no
unavailable Concession of rents of Peebles burgh no
14 Aug. 1305 Receipt of 14 marks for a burgage in Peebles (PEB) yes
unavailable Collation of half chalder of oatmeal no
unavailable Gift of half chalder of oatmeal from mill of Peebles no


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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
14 Aug. 1305 Burgage in Peebles (PEB) Thomas Lillie of Peebles
circa 14 Aug. 1305 Burgage in Peebles (PEB) William of Durham, knight
circa 14 Aug. 1305 Land of Melrose Abbey in Peebles Melrose Abbey (fd.1136)