People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Place: PEB (Peeblesshire) >> Eddleston

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Name Floruits Related place
Cosmungo, priest Eddleston
James, son of Cosmungo the priest 1200 × 1200 Eddleston
John, son of Cosmungo the priest 1200 × 1200 Eddleston
Matthew, son of Cosmungo the priest 1200 × 1200 Eddleston
Richard of Bowden, master, persona of Eddleston 1296 × 1296 Eddleston


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Document 5/1/0 (CDS, ii, no. 1579) Eddleston


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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
undated Gift of land in the territory of Eddleston (PEB) yes Alan Sinclair, knight; Peter of Whittinghame; Richard de Moreville (early 13C); Thomas Hay (son of William); Walter of Clapham; Walter of Congalton, knight; William of Hartside, sheriff of Lanark; William, son of William, son of Freskin (William II Freskin aka Murray (d.1226))
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 May 1170 Receipt of Eddleston (PEB) yes Adam, chaplain (PEB); Adam, son of Gilbert, son of Richer, lord of Kilbucho; David Oliphant (12C); Edward Uvieth; Gilbert de Umfraville (fl.c.1140-90); Godfrey de Ros (12C); Henry Lovell, lord of Hawick; Herbert, clerk (Moreville); Hugh Ridel (I); Walter Stewart (I), son of Alan (d.1177); Walter, son of Patrick of Ryedale; William Lindsay (II) (d.c.1205)
24 May 1170 X 1190 Gift of Eddleston (PEB) yes Adam, son of Acwulf; Alan of Thirlestane (son of Aelsi); Aldred, clerk of Lauder; Avice of Lancaster, wife of Richard de Moreville (d.1191); Godfrey de Ros (12C); Henry Sinclair (early 13C); Herbert, clerk (Moreville); John Long; Ralph de l'Isle ; Robert, son of Sewale; Roger Maule ; Roger, clerk, steward of Richard de Moreville; Stephen, son of Richard
1189 X 1196 Renewal of Eddleston (PEB) yes Alan of Thirlestane (son of Aelsi); Alexander, chaplain (PEB); Christiana, wife of William de Moreville ; Duncan (II), earl of Fife (d.1204); Godfrey de Ros (12C); Henry of Carmunnock; Henry Sinclair (early 13C); Hugh, chaplain (PEB); John, clerk (PEB); Malcolm (I), earl of Fife (d.1229); Peter de Haig (12C); Richard of Warwick; Simon Ramsay ; Stephen, son of Richard; Thomas, clerk of Morland (Moreville); Vivian de Molineux; Walter, chaplain (PEB); William Mansell; William, clerk (12C); William, persona of Inverlethan
19 Dec. 1200 X 5 Dec. 1217 Gift of land in the territory of ‘Killebeccokestun’ and additional rights (in Eddleston, PEB) yes
19 Dec. 1200 X 5 Dec. 1217 Gift of land in the territory of ‘Killebeccokestun’ and additional rights (in Eddleston, PEB) yes
19 Oct. 1216 Confirmation of specific possessions of Glasgow Cathedral yes
11 Sept. 1233 X 10 Nov. 1258 Resignation and quitclaim of the land in the territory of Eddleston, foremlery called Pnejacob yes
1234 X 1235 Quitclaim of villa of Eddleston (PEB) yes Adam, chaplain of Roger de Quincy; David of Bernham, bishop of St Andrews (d.1253); Henry of Norham, prior of St Andrews (fl.×1228-1236); Maurice Lovell; Richard of Kelso, rector of Kinghorn; Robert de Aunay; Robert, chaplain (Methven or Liston?); Saer of St Andrews; Simon de Noisy, clerk of Bishop William of St Andrews; William de Chaumont; William Hay (II), lord of Aithmuir (son of William); William Malveisin, bishop of St Andrews (d.1238); William, chaplain of Roger de Quincy
Feb. 1234 X 21 Mar. 1236 Acknowledgement of detention of villa of Eddleston (PEB) yes Adam, chaplain of Roger de Quincy; David of Bernham, bishop of St Andrews (d.1253); Henry of Norham, prior of St Andrews (fl.×1228-1236); Maurice Lovell; Richard of Kelso, rector of Kinghorn; Robert de Aunay; Robert, chaplain (Methven or Liston?); Saer of St Andrews; Simon de Noisy, clerk of Bishop William of St Andrews; William de Chaumont; William Hay (II), lord of Aithmuir (son of William); William Malveisin, bishop of St Andrews (d.1238); William, chaplain of Roger de Quincy
Feb. 1234 X 21 Mar. 1236 *Quitclaim of villa of Eddleston yes
1238 X 1240 Quitclaim of land of Eddleston (PEB) yes Henry, prior of Friars Preachers of Berwick; John de Normanville (d.1240); Matthew of Aberdeen, master, archdeacon of Glasgow; Peter de Alinton, archdeacon of Teviotdale (d.1242); Thomas de Normanville, knight; William of Greenlaw, master (d.1247); William, abbot of Paisley (fl.1225/26-1266)
1260 X 1268 Quitclaim of all rights in lands of Tor or Windilawes in Eddleston (PEB) yes Alexander of Synton (II), sheriff of Fife (d.1293); Archibald of Hop-Kailzie; Henry of Caundle; Hugh of Pearsby, sheriff of Roxburgh; John, hunter (PEB); Nicholas of Glendonwyn; Nicholas of Rutherford, knight; Reginald of the Loch; Richard, vicar of Peebles ; Robert of Polwarth; Simon Fraser (III) (d.1291×92)
7 Jan. 1210 X 1231 Confirmation of gift of Ralph Maule, and concession of common pasture yes Adam, son of Eadwulf; Geoffrey del Bois (13C); Hugh Malherbe (I); Roger of Lorraine
14 Jan. 1247 X 10 Nov. 1258 Gift of 10 marks from ferme of bishop's manor of Eddleston (PEB) yes John, chaplain, rector of Hoddam; Nicholas of Glenholm, rector of Yetholm; Richard, chancellor of Glasgow (fl.1247×58-1270); Richard, chaplain of Bishop William of Glasgow, vicar of Ashkirk; Robert of Edinburgh, master (fl.1249×58-1268); Robert, treasurer of Glasgow (fl.1247×59-1299); Walter de Mortimer, dean of Glasgow (d.1270×71)