People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 2/10/38 (SEA, i, no. 156)

Description
Arnold, bishop of St Andrews, has granted and established the possessions and revenues of St Andrews Cathedral Priory, that is, from the gift of the king, the church of Linlithgow (WLO) with lands and houses within and without the burgh, and teinds, revenues, chapels and all other rights belonging to the church, and the teinds of the mill of Linlithgow; the church of Longforgan (PER) with one toft, with the teinds and rights belonging to the church from the whole shire of Longforgan; a fishery in Berwick (BWK) with the toft beside the church and another toft beside the Tweed in the same villa; a toft in Haddington (ELO); a toft in Clackmannan (CLA); wood from Clackmannan both for the canons and for his men, as occasion demands; the crossing of the sea to a ship at a sea port for them and their men and all their goods without payment; the teinds of his hides from Fife; a fishery in the Tay with their own nets; one mark from his ferme at Easter to light the church; 3 marks annually from his cain of the ships of Perth to clothe the canons; their court with liberties, immunities, pleas and disputes established by his predecessors; the liberty given to the canons about full forfeiture that no one shall take poinds from them or their land for any forfeiture or debt except their own; from the gift of King Mael Coluim, half a ploughgate of land at the church of Longforgan and a fishery in the Tay; from the gift of Bishop Robert, the hospital of St Andrews for guests and poor pilgrims, with lands, possessions and revenues belonging to the hospital, the lands of Balrymonth (FIF), Stravithie (FIF), Cassindonald (FIF), Drumcarro (FIF), Ladeddie (FIF), Strathkinness (FIF) and the other Strathkinness in exchange for Kininis and Lambieletham (FIF) which the céli Dé have, ‘Balhucca’ (FIF), Rummond (FIF), Pitoutie (FIF), Balgove (FIF) with a saltpan, ‘Kinnastare’ (FIF), ‘Kinnamone’ (FIF), ‘Drumsach’ (FIF), Baldinnie (FIF), ‘Egglesnamin’ (FIF), ‘Balochen’ (FIF), Scooniehill (FIF), Kinninmonth (FIF) with the whole shire and with a toft in Kilrymont (FIF); three tofts in the burgh of St Andrews (FIF); the mill of Kilrymont; the mill of Peekie (FIF); the mill of Nydie (FIF); the free election of the prior; from the bishop’s own donation, the church of Dairsie (FIF) with the lands, teinds and offerings belonging to it and one ploughgate of land; the chapel of Fowlis Easter (ANG) with all its appurtenances; the teinds of all the bishop’s pleas, both secular and ecclesiastical, and of all his reliefs; all the offerings of the altar complete and unimpaired and without the disbursement of any part; from the donation of Matthew archdeacon of St Andrews, Rossie (PER) with its rightful bounds and the church of the same villa with everything belonging to the church.
Firm date
6 January 1161 X 24 January 1162
Probable date
summer 1161 x
Dating Notes
Blessing of John, abbot of Kelso × death of Bishop William of Moray; prob. after Bishop William ceased to be papal legate.
Source for Data Entry
Scottish Episcopal Acta, i, no. 156
Trad. ID
SEA, i, no. 156
Calendar number
2/10/38
Charter type
Charter
Language
Latin

Total number of associated factoids: 53

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Gift of King David no
unavailable Concession of right to have court no
unavailable Gift of King Malcolm IV no
unavailable Gift of Bishop Robert of St Andrews no
unavailable Donation of Bishop Arnold no
unavailable Donation of Matthew, archdeacon of St Andrews no
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 *Renewal of possessions of St Andrews Priory yes
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 Confirmation of possessions of St Andrews Priory yes Aiulf, dean of Lothian (fl.1150/51-1186); Alured, abbot of Cambuskenneth (fl.1152×53-1172×78); Amfred, abbot of Newbattle (d.1179); Andrew, archdeacon of Lothian (fl.1147×59-1178×84); Andrew, bishop of Caithness (d.1184); Archibald, son of Swain of Forgan; Arthur, master (TRM); Cospatric, earl of Dunbar (d.1166); David Oliphant (12C); Duncan (II), earl of Fife (d.1204); Ewen, sheriff of Scone; Ferteth, earl of Strathearn (d.1171); Geoffrey, abbot of Dunfermline (d.1178); Gilla Brigte, earl of Angus (d.×1189); Gregory, bishop of Dunkeld (d.1169); Herbert Scott, master, clerk (fl.1144×59-1172×78); Herbert, bishop of Glasgow (d.1164); Hugh, son of Swain of Forgan; Isaac, prior of Scone (d.1162); John, abbot of Kelso (d.1180); Malcolm, earl of Atholl (d.c.1197); Matthew, bishop of Aberdeen (d.1199); Merleswain, son of Colbán, lord of Kennoway and Ardross; Merlin, master (fl.1161×62-1189×1203); Ness, son of William, lord of Leuchars (d.1178×83); Nicholas of Roxburgh, chancellor (d.1171?); Nigel, chaplain (12C); Orm, son of Áed (Hugo), son of Gillemichel; Osbert, abbot of Jedburgh (d.1174); Richard, bishop of Dunkeld (d.1178); Robert of Perth, son of Saewulf, bishops' chancellor; Robert, prior of May (fl.1161×62-1165×66); Samson, bishop of Brechin; Serlo, clerk (fl.1156×66); Stephen, clerk (St Andrews); Swain of Forgan; Thorald, archdeacon of Lothian (d.1163 or 1166); Walter, prior of Kelso (1160s-70s); William, abbot of Holyrood (I) (d.1172); William, abbot of Melrose (fl.1159-70); William, bishop of Moray (d.1162)


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Date Short Summary Title Holder
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 sheriff of Scone Ewen, sheriff of Scone
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 king David I, king of Scots (d.1153)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 king Malcolm IV, king of Scots (d.1165)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 bishop Robert, bishop of St Andrews (d.1159)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 bishop of St Andrews Arnold, bishop of St Andrews (d.1162)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 bishop of Moray William, bishop of Moray (d.1162)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 bishop of Dunkeld Gregory, bishop of Dunkeld (d.1169)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 bishop of Brechin Samson, bishop of Brechin
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 bishop of Caithness Andrew, bishop of Caithness (d.1184)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 bishop of Glasgow Herbert, bishop of Glasgow (d.1164)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 archdeacon of St Andrews Matthew, bishop of Aberdeen (d.1199)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 archdeacon Thorald, archdeacon of Lothian (d.1163 or 1166)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 abbot of Dunfermline Geoffrey, abbot of Dunfermline (d.1178)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 abbot of Stirling Alured, abbot of Cambuskenneth (fl.1152×53-1172×78)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 abbot of Holyrood William, abbot of Holyrood (I) (d.1172)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 abbot of Newbattle Amfred, abbot of Newbattle (d.1179)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 abbot of Melrose William, abbot of Melrose (fl.1159-70)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 abbot of Kelso John, abbot of Kelso (d.1180)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 abbot of Jedburgh Osbert, abbot of Jedburgh (d.1174)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 prior of Scone Isaac, prior of Scone (d.1162)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 prior of the Isle of May Robert, prior of May (fl.1161×62-1165×66)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 prior of Kelso Walter, prior of Kelso (1160s-70s)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 dean Aiulf, dean of Lothian (fl.1150/51-1186)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 Master Andrew, archdeacon of Lothian (fl.1147×59-1178×84)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 Master Herbert Scott, master, clerk (fl.1144×59-1172×78)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 chaplain Nigel, chaplain (12C)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 clerk Stephen, clerk (St Andrews)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 earl of Fife Duncan (II), earl of Fife (d.1204)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 earl of Strathearn Ferteth, earl of Strathearn (d.1171)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 earl of Atholl Malcolm, earl of Atholl (d.c.1197)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 earl of Angus Gilla Brigte, earl of Angus (d.×1189)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 earl of Dunbar Cospatric, earl of Dunbar (d.1166)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 chamberlain (king's) Nicholas of Roxburgh, chancellor (d.1171?)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 clerk Serlo, clerk (fl.1156×66)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 chaplain Richard, bishop of Dunkeld (d.1178)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 Master Arthur, master (TRM)
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 Master Merlin, master (fl.1161×62-1189×1203)


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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
6 Jan. 1161 X 24 Jan. 1162 Kininis and Lambieletham (FIF) céli Dé of St Andrews