People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 2/10/146 (Scone Lib., no. 54)

William, bishop of St Andrews, for Scone Abbey; has granted all churches which they have in bishopric of St Andrews, that is, church of Scone and its chapels, that is, Kinfauns (PER), 'Cragis' (PER), Rait (PER), churches of Liff (ANG), Invergowrie (PER), 'Logindunde' (Lochee, ANG), Cambusmichael (PER), Borthwick (MLO) and Carrington (MLO). These churches, confirmed by his predecessors to them, he gives and establishes to them [and] he grants license to them to retain or remove whatever chaplains they wish suitable for those churches, excepting that church of Scone be immune from synodalia and assistance, saving rights of the archdeacon of St Andrews.
Firm date
21 May 1203 X 1209
Dating Notes
Succession of Master Laurence as official of St Andrews × death of Archdeacon Ralph
Source for Data Entry
Scone Liber, no. 54
Trad. ID
Scone Lib., no. 54
Calendar number
Charter type

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Date Short Summary Subject Object
21 May 1203 X 1209 Predecessor of William Malveisin, bishop of St Andrews (d.1238)(Tenurial & lordship relationship) Bishops of St Andrews William Malveisin, bishop of St Andrews (d.1238)