Paradox of Medieval Scotland 1093 - 1314

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[sourceicon] Document 2/10/112 (SEA, i, no. 228)

Description
Roger, bishop-elect of St Andrews, for St Andrews Priory; has given Duff Cupar (FIF) in exchange for land of Dairsie (FIF) which Elias held from the canons, and common pasture of Dairsie, free and quit of cain and conveth, army service, aids and all secular service and exaction. The bishop and his successors shall warrant land with its liberties against all men.
Firm date
13 April 1189 X 15 February 1198
Dating Notes
Election × consecration of Bishop Roger
Source for Data Entry
Scottish Episcopal Acta, i, no. 228 (formerly no. 227)
Trad. ID
SEA, i, no. 228
Calendar number
2/10/112
Charter type
Charter
Language
Latin

Total number of associated factoids: 16

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
13 Apr. 1189 X 15 Feb. 1198 bishop-elect Roger, bishop of St Andrews (d.1202)
13 Apr. 1189 X 15 Feb. 1198 Master Ranulf de Wat, archdeacon of St Andrews (d.1209)
13 Apr. 1189 X 15 Feb. 1198 Master William of Hailes, master, dean of St Andrews (fl.1189×98)
13 Apr. 1189 X 15 Feb. 1198 chancellor (bishop's) Richard, chaplain of Bishop Roger of St Andrews
13 Apr. 1189 X 15 Feb. 1198 chaplain of Dairsie William, chaplain of Dairsie
13 Apr. 1189 X 15 Feb. 1198 steward Odo of Kinninmonth, steward, marischal (d.c.1195)
13 Apr. 1189 X 15 Feb. 1198 ? burgess William of Wyville, knight
13 Apr. 1189 X 15 Feb. 1198 ? burgess Henry Truant
13 Apr. 1189 X 15 Feb. 1198 ? burgess William, son of Lambin
13 Apr. 1189 X 15 Feb. 1198 burgess of St Andrews William [of] Beetham, burgess of St Andrews
13 Apr. 1189 X 15 Feb. 1198 burgess of St Andrews Simon (II), son of Peter, grieve of St Andrews
13 Apr. 1189 X 15 Feb. 1198 official Ranulf de Wat, archdeacon of St Andrews (d.1209)