People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/23/29 (Simpson, de Quincy, no. 19)

Roger de Quincy, earl of Winchester, constable of Scotland, makes known that it was seen by himself and his familiares that with the death of Roger of Huntingfield, the church of Lathrisk (FIF) in the earl’s territory was now vacant, and that the right of patronage of that church pertained to him by reason of the foundation, although they were not aware of the right of St Andrews Priory and the donation and grant of his predecessors, Ness son of William and Orabilis his daughter and heir, as well as the confirmations of Richard and William, bishops of St Andrews. The earl establishes fully the said church of Lathrisk with the chapel of Kettle (FIF), and especially the right of patronage, and donations of his aforementioned predecessors, faithfully granting to the said prior and convent his firm peace. He revokes the presentation of Robert of Trafford, his clerk.
Firm date
22 September 1257
Dating Notes
Day of St Maurice and his companions, 1257
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Source for Data Entry
Simpson, Acts of Roger de Quincy, no. 19
Trad. ID
Simpson, de Quincy, no. 19
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Charter type
St Andrews Liber, 336

Total number of associated factoids: 25