Paradox of Medieval Scotland 1093 - 1314

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transactionicon] Transaction: Grant of lands to Selkirk Abbey

Type of Transaction
Gift
From Source
3/2/6 (Chrs. David I, no. 14)
Firm date
Autumn 1114 X 27 April 1124
Probable date
1120 × 1121 or 1123 ×
Dating Notes
Earliest possible date for birth of David's son Henry × death of King Alexander I; Odard son of Liulf as sheriff of Bamburgh ×; Bishop John of Glasgow apparently absent from Scotland much of 1122 and early 1123. Earl David was in the south of England from January until August 1121 and at some point between April 1123 and April 1124. Witness list suggest around the same time as <em>Chrs. David I</em>, no. 15.
Primary
yes
Tenendas
in (free, pure and/or perpetual) alms
Tenendas original language
in elemosinam perpetue donaui
Spiritual Benefits
Ancestors (pro salute anime); Any Spiritual Benefit; Brother(s) (pro salute anime); Father (pro salute anime); Mother (pro salute anime); Self (pro salute anime); Sister(s) (pro salute anime)
Notes
_me fundasse_, _donaui_

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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
Grantor David I, king of Scots (d.1153) DAVID Earl David 1118 × 1152
Beneficiary Selkirk Abbey abbathiam in honore Sancte Marie et Sancti Johannis Ewangeliste abbey in honour of St Mary and St John the Evangelist 1114 × 1124
in the time of (tempore) Henry I, king of England (d.1135) Henrico King Henry reigning in England
in the time of (tempore) Alexander I, king of Scots (d.1124) Alexandro King Alexander [reigning] in Scotland 1095 × 1123
in the time of (tempore) John, bishop of Glasgow (d.1147) Johanne John, bishop in the church of Glasgow 1119 × 1147
in the time of (tempore) Herbert, bishop of Glasgow (d.1164) Herberto Herbert, abbot in the same abbey 1127 × 1163


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Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits Order
John, bishop of Glasgow (d.1147) Johanne John, bishop 1119 × 1147 1
Matilda (Maud) de Senlis, queen of Scots (d.1131) Matilde Matilda, countess 1124 × 1150 2
Henry, earl of Northumberland and Huntingdon (d.1152) Henrico Henry, the earl's son 1124 × 1150 3
Walkelin, chaplain (TRD) Gualchelino Walkelin the chaplain 1114 × 1124 4
Osbert, prior of Holyrood (d.1151) Osberto Osbert the chaplain 1124 × 1147 5
Alwine, abbot of Holyrood (d.1155) Alwyno Alwin the chaplain 1124 × 1147 6
William, son of King Duncan II (d.1151×4) Willelmo William the earl's nephew 1124 × 1144 7
Robert Bruce I (d.1142) Roberto de Bruis Robert de Brus 1124 × 1139 8
Robert de Umfraville (d.c.1145) Roberto de Umframuilla Robert de Umfraville 1124 × 1143 9
Walter de Bolbec, elder Gualterio de Bolebec Walter de Bolbec 1124 × 1153 10
Robert of Panton Roberto de Paintona Robert of Painton 1114 × 1124 11
Cospatric, earl of Dunbar (d.1138) Cospatricio fratre Dalfini Cospatric, brother of Dolfin 1122 × 1143 12
Hugh de Moreville (I) (d.1162) Hugone de Morvilla Hugh de Moreville 1124 × 1160 13
Pain de Braose Pagano de Braiosa Pain de Braose 1124 × 1127 14
Robert Corbet Roberto Corbet Robert Corbet 1124 × 1128 15
Reginald de Muschamp Reginaldo de Muscamps Reginald de Muschamp 1114 × 1124 16
Walter Lindsay (I) Galterio de Lyndeseia Walter of Lindsay 1114 × 1124 17
Robert de Burneville (early 12C) Roberto de Burnetuilla Robert de Burneville 1124 × 1195 18
Cospatric, sheriff of Roxburgh Cospatricio Cospatric the sheriff 1124 × 1126 19
Cospatric, son of Aldan Cospatrico filio Aldene Cospatric son of Alden 1124 × 1165 20
Uhtred, son of Scott Uhctredo filio Scot Uhtred son of Scot 1114 × 1124 21
Maccus, son of Undweyn Macchus Maccus 1124 × 1143 22
Colban, brother of Cospatric Colbanus Colban 1114 × 1124 23
Gilla Micheil, earl of Fife (d.c.1136) Gillemichel Gilmichael 1124 × 1141 24
Udard, son of Liulf, sheriff of Northumberland (d.a.1133) Odardo Odard, sheriff of Bamburgh 1114 × 1124 25
Liulf, son of Uhtred, lord of Mow Lyulf filio Uhctredi Liulf son of Uhtred 1114 × 1124 26
Ralph, the Englishman (early 12C) Radulpho Anglico Radulf the Englishman 1114 × 1124 27
Aymer Francis (the Frenchman), knight Aimaro Galleio AYmer the Frenchman 1124 × 1127 28
Roger of Leicester Rogerio de Lerecesteria Roger of Leicester 1114 × 1124 29
Adam, chamberlain (12C) Adam Adam the chamberlain 1114 × 1124 30


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Type Name Original Text Related Place
England 80 acres with meadow Hardingestrop quater viginit acras de terre Hardingstone
England toft unam maisuram Hardingstone
England 2 oxmen with 10 acres each duos bovarios scilicet quisque habet decem acras Hardingstone
England mill of Hardingstone Hardingstone
England 6 and half virgates Hardingstone
England 6 tofts towards bridge of Northampton sex maisuras versus pontem de Norhantune Hardingstone
England island of meadow near bridge quandam insulam prati iuxta pontem Hardingstone
SLK Selkirk terram de Selechirche [boundaries given] Selkirk
ROX (Roxburghshire) toft (maisura) in burgo de Rokesburg' unam maisura Burgh of Roxburgh
ROX Melrose totum dominium meum de Malros Melrose
ROX (Roxburghshire) ploughgate in Sprouston in Sprostona unam carucatam terre Sprouston
ROX (Roxburghshire) 10 acres in Sprouston et decem acras Sprouston
ROX (Roxburghshire) tofts (maisurae) belonging to ploughgate unam maysuram carucate pertinentem Sprouston
ROX (Roxburghshire) villa of uillam de Middelham Midlem
ROX Bowden Bothendenam Bowden
ROX (Roxburghshire) church of Sprouston Ældonam Sprouston
BWK (Berwickshire) one ploughgate in Berwick in Berwyc unam carrucatam Berwick
BWK (Berwickshire) toft (maisura) belonging to ploughgate in Berwick unam maisuram sub ecclesia usque in Twoda Berwick
BWK (Berwickshire) half of one fishery dimidium unius piscature Berwick


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Type Name Original Text Related Place
teind of cheeses from cain in Galloway teind of cheeses from cain in Galloway decimam caseorum de Can, scilicet de Galweia Galloway
Galloway teind of hides of stags and hinds taken by king's fewterers [in Galloway] Galloway
all hides of rams and lambs all hides of rams and lambs
Galloway half hides, fat and tallow of the king's kitchen and all slaughtering [in Galloway] Galloway
ROX (Roxburghshire) seventh of the mill septimam molndini Roxburgh
ROX (Roxburghshire) seventh part of the fishery Roxburgh
BWK (Berwickshire) seventh part of mill(s) septimam partem molendini Berwick


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Type Name Original Text Related Place
ROX (Roxburghshire) 40s. from burgh Burgh of Roxburgh
BWK (Berwickshire) 40s. from burgh ferme Berwick


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Type Name Original Text Related Place
right of common fishing the king's common waters around Selkirk Selkirk
right of common pasture right of common pasture
permission to take wood (or timber), easements of wood permission to take wood (or timber), easements of wood