Paradox of Medieval Scotland 1093 - 1314

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[sourceicon] Document 2/10/19 (SEA, i, no. 117)

Description
Robert, bishop of St Andrews, declares that he has received Dryburgh Abbey, which Hugh de Moreville has founded, in full blessing of St Andrew and himself, and has granted, at request of Hugh, all alms and donations which he and Beatrice de Beauchamp, his wife, have assigned and given.
Firm date
10 November 1150 X 1159
Dating Notes
Foundation of Dryburgh Abbey × death of Bishop Robert
Source for Data Entry
Scottish Episcopal Acta, i, no. 117
Trad. ID
SEA, i, no. 117
Calendar number
2/10/19
Charter type
Charter
Language
Latin

Total number of associated factoids: 5

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Foundation of Dryburgh Abbey no
unavailable Gift of alms and donations to Dryburgh Abbey no
10 Nov. 1150 X 1159 Confirmation of alms and donations given to Dryburgh Abbey yes


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Date Short Summary Subject Object
10 Nov. 1150 X 1159 Bride/betrothed (f.) (sponsa) of Hugh de Moreville (d.1162)(Familial relationship) Beatrice de Beauchamp Hugh de Moreville (I) (d.1162)


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Date Short Summary Title Holder
10 Nov. 1150 X 1159 bishop of St Andrews Robert, bishop of St Andrews (d.1159)