Paradox of Medieval Scotland 1093 - 1314

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[sourceicon] Document 1/4/44 (Chrs. David I, no. 93)

Description
King David has given and granted in perpetual alms to St Andrews cathedral the church of Linlithgow (WLO)
Firm date
1140 X June 1141
Probable date
perhaps Nov/1140
Dating Notes
Shortly before foundation of St Andrews Priory (about the same time as H1-4-37 to H1-4-41; probably shortly before H1-4-44. See A.A.M. Duncan. 'The Foundation of St Andrews Cathedral Priory, 1140', 13-15. November date suggested by Duncan's argument that the first Linlothgow charter, which makes no mention of canons, was made while stopping at Kinross on the way to St Andrews. Duncan suggests that the priory was established on St Andrews Day, 1140, one month after the establishment of Newbattle Abbey; the second Linlithgow charter (H1-4-44), which does mention canons, would have been written soon after that.
Place date (modern)
Kinross
Place date (document)
Kinros
Related Place
Kinross
Source for Data Entry
Chrs. David I, no. 93
Trad. ID
Chrs. David I, no. 93
Calendar number
1/4/44
Charter type
Charter
Language
Latin
Notes
Expressed 'concessisse et dedisse'

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
1140 X Jun. 1141 Gift of the church of Linlithgow (WLO) yes Herbert, king's chamberlain; Hugh de Moreville (I) (d.1162); William Comyn (d.c.1160)


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Date Short Summary Title Holder
1140 X Jun. 1141 king of Scots David I, king of Scots (d.1153)
1140 X Jun. 1141 chancellor William Comyn (d.c.1160)
1140 X Jun. 1141 chamberlain Herbert, king's chamberlain