People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Place: MLO (Midlothian) >> Cranston

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Name Floruits Related place
Aelfric of Cranston 1170 × 1170 Cranston
Alured of Cranston 1170 × 1175 Cranston
Andrew of Cranston 1264 × 1296 Cranston
Hugh, vicar of Cranston 1296 × 1296 Cranston
John Murray of Cranston Cranston
Patrick of Cranston 1208 × 1208 Cranston
Ralph of Cranston Cranston
Richard, steward of Cranston 1296 × 1296 Cranston
Thomas of Cranston 1230 × 1240 Cranston
Thomas of Cranston (mid 14C) 1359 × 1370 Cranston


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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Gifts of possessions in St Andrews Diocese to Kelso Abbey no
unavailable Gift of church of Cranston (MLO) no
undated Gift of cultivated land (in Cranston parish, MLO) lying near boundaries of Peaston yes Adam of Makerstoun, master, provost (d.1280×86); David Sauchueld ; John of Kelso, master; Michael of Peaston; Robert Sinclair; William Douglas (d.×1274)
7 Mar. 1175 X 28 Dec. 1221 Renewal of church of Cranston (MLO) yes Herbert, dean of Glasgow (fl.1179×89-1204×07); Hugh, king's chaplain and clerk (episcopal witness); Osbert, chaplain of Kelso
1178 X 16 Jan. 1188 *Confirmation of churches of Cranston (MLO), Pencaitland (ELO) and chapel of Halliburton (BWK) yes
15 Feb. 1198 X 6 Jun. 1199 *Renewal of churches belonging to Kelso Abbey yes Hugh, king's chaplain and clerk (episcopal witness); Isaac Scott, master, clerk; Ranulf de Wat, archdeacon of St Andrews (d.1209); Richard of Leicester, chaplain of Bishop Roger of St Andrews; Richard, chaplain of Bishop Roger of St Andrews; William of Hailes, master, dean of St Andrews (fl.1189×98); William of Lyne, master (fl.1197-1202)
15 Feb. 1198 X 7 Jul. 1202 Renewal of churches in diocese of St Andrews yes
30 Nov. 1240 Ordination of vicarages of Langton (BWK) and Cranston (MLO) yes Adam, archdeacon of St Andrews (fl.1240-48); Alan of Hartside, serviens; Alexander of Edinburgh, master, clerk of Bishop David; Hugh of Melburne, master; J. de Mortimer; John White, prior of St Andrews (d.1258); R. de Bowden; W. Maitland; Walter de Mortimer, dean of Glasgow (d.1270×71)