People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/337/4 (St A. Lib., 274)

Richard de Lascelles has given, granted and by this his charter established to St Andrews Priory in pure and perpetual alms, three acres of land with pertinents on the east side of Friarton (FIF) and on the north side of the road that extends from Friarton to the church of Forgan bounded by the causeway on one side and by the burn on the other, and by the pile of stones beside the road from Inverdovat to St Andrews on the third.
Firm date
Probable date
Probably 1230s
Dating Notes
According to Watt, Master Henry of Norham moved from the _familia_ of the bishop of Brechin, where he spent the 1220s, to Fife, where he appears in various settings in the 1230s (_Graduates_, 430).
Source for Data Entry
St Andrews Liber, 274
Trad. ID
St A. Lib., 274
Calendar number
Charter type
See PNF, iv, introduction to Forgan parish

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
undated chaplain Benedict, chaplain (1230s)
undated Master Henry of Norham, official of Brechin, master