Paradox of Medieval Scotland 1093 - 1286

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Viewing Factoid Record: Confirmation of church of Haddington and land of Clerkington (ELO)

Type of Factoid
Transaction
Source
Document 2/6/62 (NLS, Adv. MS 15.1.18, no. 9)
Description
Confirmation of church of Haddington and land of Clerkington (ELO)
Firm date
1172 X 1178
Probable date
 
Dating Notes
Death of John, abbot of Holyrood's successor × death of Bishop Richard


Type of Transaction
Confirmation
Primary
no
Dare?
no
Verbs not specified?
no
Exchange
no
Conveth?
no
Tenendas
in (free, pure and/or perpetual) alms
Tenendas original language
 
Exemptions
 
Exemptions original language
ab omni exactione et consuetudine, salua tenura monialium quam eis dedimus saluis synodalibus et auxiliis episcopalibus
Render dates
 
Nominal renders
 
Sicut clause
Included
Legal Pertinents
 
Returns / Military
 
Returns / Renders
 
Common burdens
 
Previous mentions in charter
no
Previous mention in chirograph
no
Perambulation
no
Malediction
no
Corroboration / sealing
no
Both addressors mentioned
no
Warrandice
no
Spiritual Benefits
 
Notes
This follows 2/10/93




Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Name (medieval form)
Grantor Richard, bishop of St Andrews (d.1178) Ricardus Richard, minister of church of St Andrews
Beneficiary St Andrews Priory ecclesie Sancti Andree church of St Andrews


  • Witnesses in original, but not copied into cartulary: no
  • Teste me ipso : no
Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Name (medieval form)
John, abbot of Holyrood (fl.1173-1178×84) Iohanne John, abbot of Holyrood
Andrew, archdeacon of Lothian (fl.1147×59-1178×84) A Andrew, archdeacon of Lothian
Walter of Roxburgh, archdeacon of St Andrews (fl.1165×72-1179×88) Waltero Walter, archdeacon of St Andrews
Ilbert, prior of Haddington I Ilbert, prior of Haddington
William, prior of Galloway (fl.1172-78) Willelmo William, prior of Galloway
William, prior of Holyrood Willelmo William, prior of Holyrood
Robert, brother of Bishop Richard of St Andrews Roberto fratre episcopi Robert, brother of bishop
John Scott, bishop of Dunkeld (d.1203) Iohanne de Sancto Andrea John of St Andrews
Roger of Liston Rogero de Listune Roger of Liston
Robert of Perth, chancellor of Bishop Richard of St Andrews Roberto de perth Robert of Perth
Alexander, chaplain of bishops of St Andrews (12C) Alexandro Alexander, bishop's chaplain
William, chaplain of bishops of St Andrews (Richard and Hugh) Willelmo William, bishop's chaplain
Geoffrey, steward of Bishop Richard (St Andrews) Galfrido Geoffrey, steward of bishop
Abraham of Dunkeld, master, canon (fl.1162×78) Abraham Master Abraham
Stephen, clerk (St Andrews) Stephano Stephen, clerk
William, son of Robert, son of Guy Willelmo filio Roberti filii Guidonis William, son of Robert, son of Guy
Adam of Kilconquhar, brother of Earl Duncan (father of Duncan) Adam fratre Comitis Dunk Adam, brother of Earl Duncan
Merleswain, son of Merleswain of Kennoway (fl.1170s) Merlesuano filio merlesuani Merleswain, son of Merleswain
Odo of Kinninmonth, steward, marischal (d.c.1195) Odone Odo, seneschal
Cospatric of Rires Cospatricio de Rerais Cospatric of Rerais
Hugh of Nydie (I), butler hugone Hugh, butler
Walter, nepos of Bishop Richard Waltero nepote episcopi Walter, nepos of the bishop
William, chamberlain (St Andrews) Willelmo William, chamberlain
Guy, marischal (St Andrews) Gvidone Guy, marischal
Gamel, dean of Fogo (fl.1150×62) Gamel Gamel, doorward


Type Name Original text
ELO Church of St Mary of Haddington ecclesiam de hadintunia
ELO Clerkington terra de Clerckintune