People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Place: CLA (Clackmannanshire) >> Tillicoultry

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Name Floruits Related place
Adam of Tillicoultry 1307 × 1307 Tillicoultry
Church of St Serf of Tillicoultry (CLA) Tillicoultry


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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Gift of land of Tillicoultry by its right boundaries no
unavailable Gift of church of Tillicoultry (CLA) no
unavailable Confirmation of churches of Kincardine (PER) and Tillicoultry (CLA) no
unavailable Gift of toft in Perth, churches of Kinclavin (PER), Tillicoultry (CLA), Kincardine (PER) and Glenisla no
1189 X 1194 Gift of church of Tillicoultry (CLA) yes Alexander, son of William, sheriff of Stirling; Archibald, abbot of Dunfermline (d.1198); Gilbert or Gilla Brigte, earl of Strathearn (d.1223); Hugh of Roxburgh, bishop-elect of Glasgow (d.1199); Robert, archdeacon of Glasgow (d.1222); William de Moreville (d.1196); William Lindsay (II) (d.c.1205)
1200 X 1203 Renewal of churches of Tullibody (CLA), Tillicoultry (CLA) and Kincardine [in Menteith] (PER) yes Gilchrist, chaplain of Bishop Jonathan of Dunblane; Gilla Míchéil, persona of Muthill; Gilleheshoc, son of John de Clechenes; Henry Pinnun; Henry, archdeacon of Dunkeld (fl.1183×1203-1220×25); Malegegill, prior of Muthill; Malise, prior of Inchaffray; Maurice or Murdoch, chaplain of Bishop Jonathan of Dunblane; Patrick, son of Gilla Mantach, chaplain of Bishop Jonathan of Dunblane; William of Binny
6 May 1207 Confirmation of possessions of Cambuskenneth Abbey yes
1210 X 19 Apr. 1225 Renewal of churches of Tullibody (CLA), Tillicoultry (CLA) and Kincardine (in Menteith, PER) yes Brice, chaplain of Auchterarder; Brice, dean of Dunblane; Gilbert, archdeacon of Dunblane (fl.1203×10-1235×39); Henry, archdeacon (??); Henry, archdeacon of Dunkeld (fl.1183×1203-1220×25); Hervey de Melmurthe, clerk; John, clerk of Bishop Abraham of Dunblane; Luke, clerk of Bishop Abraham of Dunblane; W., clerk (Dunblane); William, chaplain of Bishop Abraham of Dunblane
1226 X 1231 Renewal of churches of Kincardine (in Menteith, PER), Tullibody (CLA) and Tillicoultry (CLA) yes Adam, brother of Bishop Osbert of Dunblane; Adam, serviens of Bishop Osbert of Dunblane; Alexander, serviens of Bishop Osbert of Dunblane; Elias, son of Nicholas, abbot of Holyrood; Gilbert, archdeacon of Dunblane (fl.1203×10-1235×39); Hugh del Bois, master, canon (fl.1227×31-1244); John, vicar of Tulliallan; Matthew, dean of Dunblane; O., prior of Holyrood (13C); Thomas, serviens of Bishop Osbert of Dunblane
29 Jan. 1240 * Concession (agreement) of freedom from exactions with fruits of churches of Kincardine (PER), Tullibody (CLA) and Tillicoultry (CLA) yes
19 Jun. 1261 X Quitclaim of the land of Tillicoultry no Alexander Comyn, earl of Buchan (d.1289); Fergus Comyn; Hugh Abernethy, knight (d. 1291x2); Nicholas of Rutherford, knight; William Abernethy I, knight; William de Lizars, brother of David; William Wishart, bishop of St Andrews (d.1279)
21 Dec. 1262 Gift of the land of Tillicoultry in the feu of Clackmannan yes Alexander Comyn, earl of Buchan (d.1289); Eustace Balliol, lord of Tours (d.a.1276); Gamelin, bishop of St Andrews (d.1271); John Comyn, lord of Badenoch (d.1277); Reginald Cheyne (father or son?); Walter Stewart, earl of Menteith (d.c.1293); William of Brechin, knight
4 Mar. 1316 Gift of ten acres of arable in territory of Tillicoultry (CLA) yes Alexander Stewart of Bunkle (d. x1319); Bernard, abbot of Arbroath, chancellor; Gilbert Hay (II), lord of Errol, constable (son of Nicholas) (d.1333); James Douglas, lord of Douglas (d.1330); Robert Keith, marischal (d.1343)