People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 2/98/1 (Dunf. Reg., no. 134)

Abbot Philip and convent of Scone make known that since controversy was settled in chapter of Gowrie (PER), diocese of St Andrews, between Dunfermline Abbey and Scone Abbey, concerning teinds that Scone was paying for some time between villa of Balhousie (PER) and water of Almond from west of Tay (Inveralmond, PER), and concerning teinds of 'Heruiiscroc' (?PER), Philip and convent have, by their voluntary wish and with all assent of chapter, renounced all above teinds and rights that they have or might have to them; and they quitclaim them to Dunfermline Abbey in perpetuity, saving all kinds of teinds from island of Scone.
Firm date
8 June 1230 X 1243
Probable date
8 June 1230 × 1243, or × 8 Dec. 1240, poss. 1236 × 1243, or × 8 Dec. 1240
Dating Notes
Philip as abbot, or to first attestation of Abbot Robert. However the following charter, issued by Bishop Geoffrey of Dunkeld, concerns the same lands and so Philip's charter probably belongs to his episcopate.
Source for Data Entry
Dunfermline Registrum, no. 134
Trad. ID
Dunf. Reg., no. 134
Calendar number
Charter type

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Settlement of controversy between Dunfermline Abbey and Scone Abbey no
8 Jun. 1230 X 1243 Quitclaim of teinds in Perthshire yes Chapter of Scone Abbey

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
8 Jun. 1230 X 1243 abbot of Scone Philip, abbot of Scone (fl.1230-42)