People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 2/10/229 (Holy. Lib., no. 75)

David, bishop of St Andrews, for Holyrood Abbey; with council of clergy, has granted taxation of vicarages as assigned by William, archdeacon of Lothian and Master Alexander of Edinburgh, of churches of Airth (STL), 12 marks; 'Varia capella' (Falkirk, STL), 20 marks; Kinneil (WLO); Carriden (WLO), 10 marks; Bathgate (WLO), 12 marks; St Cuthbert (MLO), 20 marks; Tranent (ELO), £12; Bolton (ELO), 10 marks, making note that if above is not sufficient, said clergy may supplement it with goods from churches. He also grants that churches of Mount Lothian (MLO) and Whitekirk (Hamer, ELO) may be served by suitable chaplains.
Firm date
29 March 1251
Dating Notes
4 kal. April, 1251
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Holyrood Liber, no. 75
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Holy. Lib., no. 75
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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
29 Mar. 1251 Ordination of vicarages of churches belonging to Holyrood Abbey yes
29 Mar. 1251 *Concession that churches of Mount Lothian and Whitekirk may be served by chaplains yes