Pope Alexander III has established Leominster and other possessions in or around the marches of Wales and the Isle of May and other possessions in Scotland to the abbot and brethren of Reading, and forbids anyone to make these cells into abbeys, or to dispose of their possessions without the consent of Reading.
circa 15 October 1159 X 30 August 1181
Time at which Pope Alexander could conduct normal papal business after his election × death of Pope Alexander
Source for Data Entry
Duncan, ‘Documents relating to the Priory of the Isle of May, c. 1140- 1313’, PSAS 90, no. 55