People of Medieval Scotland
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Document 4/34/4 (BL, Cott. Chrs. XVIII, no. 28)

An agreement has been made between [John White], prior of St Andrews and the master and nuns of Haddington, before Master Andrew of Aberdeen, official of the bishop of St Andrews, J[ohn I], abbot of Dryburgh and others, respecting the teinds of lands in Athelstaneford (ELO), formerly belonging to the territory of Drem (ELO) and Haddington (ELO) whereby Peter, proctor of the canons of St Andrews, releases the said nuns, the above named teinds for a rent of 17s. in the teind of Falside in the parish of Crail (FIF); sealed with the seals of the said nuns, of David, bishop of St Andrews, and of Master Andrew.
Firm date
Saturday 5 August 1245
Dating Notes
Saturday after St Peter ad vincula, 1245
Place date (modern)
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Source for Data Entry
BL, Cotton Charters XVIII, no. 28 [entered from English summary only]
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BL, Cott. Chrs. XVIII, no. 28
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Charter type
Entered from an English summary
Original (contemporary)
BL, Cotton Charters XVIII, no. 28
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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
Saturday 5 Aug. 1245 Agreement between St Andrews Priory and the nuns of Haddington yes