People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 2/52/0 (Camb. Reg., no. 111)

The dean of Christianity of Linlithgow states that since William, bishop of St Andrews, mandated that when Master William of Foulis, vicar of the church of Kirkton, was to die, or was to retire the vicarage, Patrick, abbot of Cambuskenneth, in the name of him and his convent, to whom the bishop granted the church of Kirkton (St Ninians, STL) with all its rights, etc., was to be instituted into the church by the dean, defended by the authority of the ordinary, and established by the dean through the charter of Master William, by his seal, along with the seals of Lord Patrick, abbot of Cambuskenneth, and Master Nicholas of Balmyle called of St Andrews, the dean now institutes Patrick, abbot of Cambuskenneth, in the name of himself and his convent, into the vicarage of the church of Kirkton, and inducts him into corporal possession of the same, which was left vacant by the resignation of Master William of Foulis, perpetual vicar of the said church.
Firm date
Sunday 12 June 1295
Dating Notes
the Sunday following the Feast of St Barnabas the Apostle in the year 1295
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Source for Data Entry
Cambuskenneth Registrum, no. 111
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Camb. Reg., no. 111
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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Resignation of church of Kirkton (STL) no
Sunday 12 Jun. 1295 Institution of Patrick, abbot of Cambuskenneth, into vicarage of Kirkton (STL) yes
Sunday 12 Jun. 1295 Command by William, bishop of St Andrews, concerning vicarage of Kirkton (STL) yes