People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 2/143/97 (H.C. Reg., no. 278)

Pope Innocent IV writes to the bishops of Carlisle and Glasgow, and their archdeacons and officials, noting that Holm Cultram Abbey has complained of their withholding justice in the monks’ suits except upon payment of money; he leaves it to their discretion to give no further trouble to the abbot and convent, so that in the bishops’ courts justice may be done freely.
Firm date
30 October 1248
Dating Notes
3 kal. Nov., pontifical year 6
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Source for Data Entry
Dugdale, Monasticon, (New), 602, no. 28
Trad. ID
H.C. Reg., no. 278
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Papal letter
Calendared at Register of Holm Cultram, no. 278

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
30 Oct. 1248 Command that Holm Cultram not be troubled in bishops' courts yes