People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 1/5/77 (RRS, i, no. 201)

King Malcolm has granted to Durham Cathedral Priory that its monks and their servants shall be free from toll on their own chattels and merchandise throughout his land.
Firm date
1159 X 9 December 1165
Probable date
1159 × 1163
Dating Notes
Promotion of Nicholas to office of chamberlain × death of King Malcolm IV; Nicholas was also given the office of chancellor in 1165; probably × election of Richard, king's chaplain, to the see of St Andrews
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Source for Data Entry
RRS, i, no. 201
Trad. ID
RRS, i, no. 201
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Date Short Summary Title Holder
1159 X 9 Dec. 1165 king of Scots Malcolm IV, king of Scots (d.1165)
1159 X 9 Dec. 1165 chamberlain Nicholas of Roxburgh, chancellor (d.1171?)
1159 X 9 Dec. 1165 chaplain (king's) Richard, bishop of St Andrews (d.1178)
1159 X 9 Dec. 1165 clerk (king's) Richard of St Albans, king's clerk