Paradox of Medieval Scotland 1093 - 1314

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[sourceicon] Document 1/4/71 (Chrs. David I, no. 140)

Description
King David has given and granted in alms to Dunfermline (Priory or Abbey) every teind of gold that comes to the king from Fife and Fothrif
Firm date
23 April 1124 X 24 August 1147
Probable date
1141 × 24/Aug/1147
Dating Notes
Death of King Alexander I (and subsequent inauguration of David) × death of John, bishop of Glasgow (and subsequent consecration of Bishop Herbert); probably after Edward became chancellor
Place date (modern)
Eldbottle
Place date (document)
Elbotl'
Related Place
Eldbottle
Source for Data Entry
Chrs. David I, no. 140
Trad. ID
Chrs. David I, no. 140
Calendar number
1/4/71
Charter type
Charter
Language
Latin

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
23 Apr. 1124 X 24 Aug. 1147 Gift in alms of the teind of gold coming to the king from Fife and Fothrif yes Hugh de Moreville (I) (d.1162); John, bishop of Glasgow (d.1147); Unknown, chancellor (Edward?)


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Date Short Summary Title Holder
23 Apr. 1124 X 24 Aug. 1147 king of Scots David I, king of Scots (d.1153)
23 Apr. 1124 X 24 Aug. 1147 chancellor Unknown, chancellor (Edward?)
23 Apr. 1124 X 24 Aug. 1147 bishop John, bishop of Glasgow (d.1147)