Paradox of Medieval Scotland 1093 - 1314

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[sourceicon] Document 2/10/3 (SEA, i, no. 131)

Description
Robert, bishop of St Andrews, for Kelso Abbey; at the request of King David he has granted the church of Kelso (ROX) which King David erected into an abbey to be free from all subjection and exaction. The abbot and monks may receive their chrism, oil and ordination and the rest of the sacraments from whichever bishop they wish in Scotia or Cumbria.
Firm date
3 May 1128 X 22 April 1131
Dating Notes
Transfer of the monks from Selkirk to Kelso × death of Queen Maud
Source for Data Entry
Scottish Episcopal Acta, i, no. 131
Trad. ID
SEA, i, no. 131
Calendar number
2/10/3
Charter type
Charter
Language
Latin

Total number of associated factoids: 12

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
3 May 1128 X 22 Apr. 1131 bishop of St Andrews Robert, bishop of St Andrews (d.1159)
3 May 1128 X 22 Apr. 1131 king David I, king of Scots (d.1153)
3 May 1128 X 22 Apr. 1131 queen Matilda (Maud) de Senlis, queen of Scots (d.1131)
3 May 1128 X 22 Apr. 1131 bishop of Glasgow John, bishop of Glasgow (d.1147)
3 May 1128 X 22 Apr. 1131 archdeacon Ascelin, archdeacon of Glasgow (fl.1126×7-1153×9)
3 May 1128 X 22 Apr. 1131 prior of St Oswald of Nostell Athelwulf, prior of St Oswald of Nostell (d.1156/57)
3 May 1128 X 22 Apr. 1131 prior of Scone Nicholas, prior of Scone (d.1140)