Paradox of Medieval Scotland 1093 - 1314

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[sourceicon] Document 1/4/110 (Chrs. David I, no. 192)

Description
King David has granted to Dryburgh Abbey Dryburgh itself, and all gifts and alms that Hugh de Morville and Beatrice de Beauchamp have granted in perpetual alms and given.
Firm date
10 November 1150 X 24 May 1153
Dating Notes
Foundation of Dryburgh Abbey × death of King David
Source for Data Entry
Chrs. David I, no. 192
Trad. ID
Chrs. David I, no. 192
Calendar number
1/4/110
Charter type
Charter
Language
Latin

Total number of associated factoids: 4

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Gifts in perpetual alms no
10 Nov. 1150 X 24 May 1153 Confirmation of the gifts given by Hugh de Moreville and his wife yes


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Date Short Summary Subject Object
10 Nov. 1150 X 24 May 1153 Wife (uxor) 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 24 May 1153 king of Scots David I, king of Scots (d.1153)