People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Transaction: *Renewal of churches and lands given to Inchaffray

Type of Transaction
From Source
1/7/56 (RRS, iii, no. 56)
Firm date
5 January, 1220 X 1221
Probable date
prob. 1221
Dating Notes
5th day of January, Earl Gilbert's charter × introduction of the plural of majesty; perhaps before Inchaffray became an abbey and in vacancy between Priors Elphin and Innocent
Churches previously confirmed by King William include: St Cathan of Aberuthven (1/6/371); Madderty, St Bean of Kinkell (PER) and St Mahessoch (Kessog) of Auchterarder (1/6/399), Dunning and St Serf of Monzievaird (1/6/406) and St Bean of Fowlis Wester (1/6/471). Lands previously confirmed by King William include: Ardunie, Craig, Dubheads (1/6/394), Ardbennie and Williamstone (1/6/431)

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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
Grantor Alexander II, king of Scots (d.1249) 1199 × 1249
Beneficiary Inchaffray Abbey 1198 × 1314

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Type Name Original Text Related Place
PER (Perthshire) church of St Cathan ecclesiam sancti Kattani de Abruthfen Aberuthven
PER Ardunie Ardewny Ardunie
PER Craig Achinluxich' Craig
PER Dubheads Duffynd' Dubheads
PER (Perthshire) church of St Ethernan of Madderty ecclesiam sancti Ethirnani de Maddirnyne Madderty
PER (Perthshire) church of St Mahessoch (Kessog) ecclesiam sancti Makkessani de Ouchtirardore Auchterarder
PER (Perthshire) church of St Bean of Kinkell (PER) ecclesiam sancti Beani de Kynkell' Kinkell
PER (Perthshire) church of St Serf of Dunning ecclesiam sancti Seruani de Dunyn Dunning
PER (Perthshire) church of St Serf ecclesiam sancti Seruani de Moyheuard Monzievaird
PER Ardbennie Ardbany Ardbennie
PER Williamstone Balfur Williamstone
PER (Perthshire) church of St Bean of Fowlis ecclesiam sancti Beani de Fowlis Fowlis Wester