Paradox of Medieval Scotland 1093 - 1314

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transactionicon] Transaction: Gift in alms of the teind of gold coming to the king from Fife and Fothrif

Type of Transaction
Gift
From Source
1/4/71 (Chrs. David I, no. 140)
Firm date
23 April 1124 X 24 August 1147
Probable date
1141 × 24/Aug/1147
Dating Notes
Death of King Alexander I (and subsequent inauguration of David) × death of John, bishop of Glasgow (and subsequent consecration of Bishop Herbert); probably after Edward became chancellor
Primary
yes
Dare
yes
Tenendas
in (free, pure and/or perpetual) alms
Tenendas original language
elemosina

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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
Grantor David I, king of Scots (d.1153) David David, king of Scots 1118 × 1152
Beneficiary Dunfermline Abbey (fd.1128) ecclesie Sancte Trinitatis de Dunf' church of Holy Trinity of Dunfermline 1127 × 1312


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Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits Order
Unknown, chancellor (Edward?) chancellor 1137 × 1147 1
Hugh de Moreville (I) (d.1162) Hugone de Morevill' Hugh de Moreville 1124 × 1160 2
John, bishop of Glasgow (d.1147) Johanne John, bishop 1119 × 1147 3


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Type Name Original Text Related Place
FIF (Fife) teinds of gold from Fife and Fothrif omnem decimam de auro quod mihi eveniet de Fif et de Fothrif Fife and Fothrif