People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 2/139/32 (Pais. Reg., 111-2)

Pope Honorius III, following the example of Pope Innocent, his predecessor, takes the prior and monastery of Paisley, with its goods, into his protection and establishes especially the grant of the churches of Cathcart (LAN), Rutherglen (LAN), Carmunnock (LAN), Kilbarchan, Mearns (RNF), and Pollok (LAN), by Jocelin, bishop of Glasgow, with the chapter’s assent, and Florence, bishop-elect of Glasgow, when he presided over the court of Glasgow, towards the sustenance of their hospital and beggars, with pertinents and teinds in rents, lands and possessions.
Firm date
12 June 1219
Dating Notes
2 id. June, pontifical year 3
Place date (modern)
Place date (document)
Related Place
Source for Data Entry
Paisley Registrum, 111-12
Trad. ID
Pais. Reg., 111-2
Calendar number
Charter type
Papal privilege: general confirmation
NAS, RH 1/2/896 Belfast, PRONI, Abercorn Papers, D623/B/7/1/1

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12 Jun. 1219 Predecessor of Honorius III, pope (d.1227) (Tenurial & lordship relationship) Innocent III, pope (d.1216) Honorius III, pope (d.1227)

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
12 Jun. 1219 pope Honorius III, pope (d.1227)
12 Jun. 1219 pope Innocent III, pope (d.1216)
12 Jun. 1219 bishop of Glasgow Jocelin, bishop of Glasgow (d.1199)
12 Jun. 1219 bishop-elect Florence, bishop-elect of Glasgow (d.1210)