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[sourceicon] Document 4/20/8 A (Kel. Lib., no. 143)

Description
In the presence of Sir William, bishop of St Andrews, and his clerks, an amicable agreement was made between O[sbert], abbot of Kelso, and the monks of that place, and William de Vieuxpont, concerning a contraversy, plea and quarrel which William has had against them, namely that William quitclaimed in perpetuity the abbot and monks of Kelso['s responsiblity] concerning the bones of his father which were to be carried back from England and buried in the cemetery of Kelso and all other quarrels which he was said to have against them to this very day, except the quarrel concerning the many sheilings of Dirrington (BWK), which by judicial agreement was then put to rest. And the said abbot and convent, by the deliberation of the Lord Bishop and all senisible men, remitted, to William, for the wellbeing of peace, 30 shillings which was owed to him, and additionally, the abbot gave to William 40 shillings, and he granted the supplication of William in order that the soul of his father may be included specifically and by name, for faithful celebration, among the other special benefactors of the monks of Kelso in a mass within the same monastery in perpetuity.
Firm date
21 May 1203
Dating Notes
Fourth day before Pentecost, AD 1203
Source for Data Entry
Kelso Liber, i, no. 143
Trad. ID
Kel. Lib., no. 143
Calendar number
4/20/8 /A
Charter type
Agreement
Language
Latin

Total number of associated factoids: 32

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Date Short Summary Subject Object
21 May 1203 Clerks of William Malveisin, bishop of St Andrews (d.1238) (Employment relationship) Unknown clerks of William Malveisin William Malveisin, bishop of St Andrews (d.1238)
21 May 1203 Father of William de Vieuxpont, son of Emma of Saint Hillary (13C) (Familial relationship) William de Vieuxpont (II) (d.c.1203) William de Vieuxpont (III), son of Emma
21 May 1203 Clerk of William Malveisin, bishop of St Andrews (d.1238) (Employment relationship) Laurence of Thornton, archdeacon of St Andrews (d.1238×40) William Malveisin, bishop of St Andrews (d.1238)
21 May 1203 Clerk of William Malveisin, bishop of St Andrews (d.1238) (Employment relationship) Michael, master, clerk, chaplain (fl.1201-1220×25) William Malveisin, bishop of St Andrews (d.1238)
21 May 1203 Clerk of William Malveisin, bishop of St Andrews (d.1238) (Employment relationship) Stephen of Lilliesleaf, master, clerk, persona William Malveisin, bishop of St Andrews (d.1238)
21 May 1203 Clerk of William Malveisin, bishop of St Andrews (d.1238) (Employment relationship) Andrew Murray, bishop of Moray (d.1242) William Malveisin, bishop of St Andrews (d.1238)
21 May 1203 Clerk of William Malveisin, bishop of St Andrews (d.1238) (Employment relationship) Peter Baillard, master, clerk William Malveisin, bishop of St Andrews (d.1238)
21 May 1203 Son of William de Vieuxpont (III) (Familial relationship) William de Vieuxpont, son of William (III) William de Vieuxpont, 'medio brother'
21 May 1203 Son of Roland, lord of Galloway (d.1200) (Familial relationship) Alan, lord of Galloway (d.1234) Roland (Lachlan), lord of Galloway (d.1200)
21 May 1203 Son of Roger (father of William) (ROX) (Familial relationship) William, son of Roger (ROX) Roger (father of William) (ROX)