Paradox of Medieval Scotland 1093 - 1314

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transactionicon] Transaction: Renewal of tenure and of right to have court

Type of Transaction
Renewal
From Source
3/1000/24 (Chrs. David I, no. 84)
Firm date
9 April 1139 X 12 June 1152
Probable date
× 1140
Dating Notes
Second treaty of Durham and accession to earldom of Northumberland × death of Earl Henry; perhaps soon after his accession.
Primary
yes
Dare
yes
Sicut clause
Included
Legal Pertinents
infangthief; sake and soke; toll and team
Previous mentions of charter
yes

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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
Grantor Henry, earl of Northumberland and Huntingdon (d.1152) Henricus Henry, son of the king of Scotland 1124 × 1150
Beneficiary Tynemouth Priory monachis de Tynemutha monks of Tynemouth 1139 × 1152
Beneficiary Mary, Blessed Virgin Sancte Marie Saint Mary 1122 × 1309
Beneficiary Saint Oswin Sancto Oswino Saint Oswin 1139 × 1152
in the time of (tempore) Henry I, king of England (d.1135) Henricus Henry, king of England


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Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits Order
David I, king of Scots (d.1153) David King David 1118 × 1152 1
Robert, bishop of St Andrews (d.1159) Roberto Robert bishop of St Andrews 1124 × 1157 2
Geoffrey, abbot of Dunfermline (d.1154) Galfrido Geoffrey abbot of Dunfermeline, the chancellor 1136 × 1152 3
Hugh de Moreville (I) (d.1162) Hugone de Morvill' Hugh de Moreville 1124 × 1160 4


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Type Name Original Text Related Place
right to hold court, have suit right to hold court, have suit