People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 2/10/313 (Arb. Lib., no. 267)

William, bishop of Saint Andrews, makes it known that the church of Dunbog (FIF) and its fruits [have been given] to him by John, abbot of Arbroath and the convent of the same place, by their unanimous consent, for the bishop’s procurations, viz. he takes twenty-six marks [from the church], assigned for the time of his life, and he claims no other right in the church. Additionally, the bishop wishes that whenever the monks fully pay the aforesaid procurations to him, the church should answer to them by full right.
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Saturday 26 April 1309
Dating Notes
Saturday nearest after the feast of Saint George, the martyr (23 April), in the year 1309
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Arbroath Liber, no. 267
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Arb. Lib., no. 267
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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
Saturday 26 Apr. 1309 Notification that William, bishop of St Andrews holds the church of Dunbog (FIF) from [the gift] of John, abbot of Arbroath yes

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
Saturday 26 Apr. 1309 bishop of St Andrews William of Lamberton, bishop of St Andrews (d.1328)
Saturday 26 Apr. 1309 abbot of Arbroath John of Angus, abbot of Arbroath (1303-09)