People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/17/1 (Pais. Reg., 157)

Alwin, earl of Lennox, for the church of Old Kilpatrick (DNB); he has granted and established all the lands of Cochno (DNB), Edinbarnet (DNB), ‘Baccan’ (?DNB), Faifley (DNB), ‘Drumcreve’ or ‘Drumcrene’ (DNB), Craigbanzeoch (DNB), ‘Monachkenneran’ [‘Monachkennane’], Duntiglennan (DNB), ‘Cuiltebut’ (Kilbowie, DNB) and Dalmonach (DNB), with all their rightful pertinents and boundaries, holding in perpetuity, with the land of Gartconnell (now in Bearsden) by its right bounds; he therefore wills that both the land of Gartconnell, which he himself gave in honour of St Patrick, as well as all the other aforesaid lands, should have every kind of liberty that he, or any of his peers, is able to give and grant.
Firm date
1175 X 17 March 1199
Probable date
1182 ×
Dating Notes
Consecration × death of Jocelin, bishop of Glasgow; Alwin probably not earl until after 1182.
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Source for Data Entry
Paisley Registrum, 157
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Pais. Reg., 157
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Date Short Summary Title Holder
1175 X 17 Mar. 1199 Earl of Lennox Alwine (II), earl of Lennox
1175 X 17 Mar. 1199 bishop Jocelin, bishop of Glasgow (d.1199)
1175 X 17 Mar. 1199 dean of Lennox Máel Domnaig, dean of Lennox
1175 X 17 Mar. 1199 persona of Neath Michael Gilmodan, persona of Rosneath
1175 X 17 Mar. 1199 Master Michael Gilmodan, persona of Rosneath
1175 X 17 Mar. 1199 Chaplain of Earl of Lennox Gilchrist of Drummond