People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 2/143/82 (Cal. Papal Letters, i, 245)

Pope Innocent IV confirms, with exemplifications, the sentence given 20 March 1248, in the suit between the bishop of St Andrews and Andrew, a canon of Florence, son of Spillati, a citizen of the same, about the church of Pottie (PER), which Andrew said had been given by the bishop to Master Abel, canon of Glasgow, who is not to be disturbed in it, silence being imposed on Andrews. The letter of the bishop of St Andrews is dated January 6, 1248, and that of Andrew appointing his proctor is dated Sunday after the Purification, 1248. Among the witnesses are John, canon of St Andrews, Master Thomas de Norham, Master W de Wishard, and John Bell, notary.
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11 April 1248
Dating Notes
3 id. Apr., pontifical year 5
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Cal. Papal Letters, i, 245
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Cal. Papal Letters, i, 245
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Papal letter
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Total number of associated factoids: 16