People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 2/156/18 (Cal. Papal Letters, i, 597-8)

Boniface VIII commands the bishop of Dunblane, Bartholomew of Fernetino, canon of London, and another named, to cause the convent of Arbroath to pay to Master John, son of Andrew Guidice of Anagni, chaplain of Francis, cardinal of St Mary’s in Cosmedin, canon of Dunkeld, or his proctor, a certain number of marks due to him as fruits of his prebend, which the late abbot Henry, and the said convent received, and bound themselves to pay, but which has been unpaid for nine years; the bishop of Dunblane, coming to Rome to have his election confirmed, was summoned to pay what had been due for nine years but on his saying that he had nothing of the goods of the convent, the judge, John, the pope’s chamberlain stopped the case. The money is now to be paid within two months.
Firm date
2 January 1301
Dating Notes
4 Non. Jan., pontifical year 7
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Calendar of Papal Letters, i, 597-8
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Cal. Papal Letters, i, 597-8
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Papal letter
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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Obligation to pay fruits of prebend to Master John no
2 Jan. 1301 Command to cause Arbroath Abbey to pay debt due to Master John, canon of Dunkeld yes