People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Transaction: Correspondence from Scottish ambassadors in Paris to John Comyn, guardian

Type of Transaction
From Source
3/700/0 (Foedera, i, II, 955-6)
Firm date
25 May 1303
Dating Notes
8 kal. June

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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
Addressor William of Lamberton, bishop of St Andrews (d.1328) W W[illiam], bishop of St Andrews 1293 × 1328
Addressor Matthew of Crambeth, bishop of Dunkeld (d.1309) M M[atthew], bishop of Dunkeld 1288 × 1308
Addressor John Comyn, earl of Buchan (d.1308) Johannes John, earl of Buchan, knight 1271 × 1308
Addressor James Stewart (d.1309) Jacobus James Stewart of Scotland, knight 1276 × 1309
Addressor John Soulis, knight, guardian (d.a.1310) Johannes de Soules [Sir] John de Soules, knight 1267 × 1303
Addressor Ingram de Umfraville (d.c.1321) Ingeramus de Umfranvill Ingram de Umfraville, knight 1293 × 1310
Addressor William Balliol, knight Willielmus de Balliolo William de Balliol, knight 1296 × 1304
Addressee John Comyn of Badenoch (d.1306) Johanni Comyn their friend, Sir John Comyn, guardian of the realm of Scotland 1296 × 1303
Addressee Community of the realm of Scotland ejusdem regni communitatis the community of the realm 1290 × 1357
named person (transaction) Philip IV, king of France (1285-1314) Reges Franciae kings of France 1295 × 1309
named person (transaction) Edward I, king of England (d.1307) et Angliae and of England 1274 × 1312
named person (transaction) William de M√Ęcon, bishop of Amiens nuncii [...] episcopus Ambianensis [his] messengers [...] the bishop of Amiens
named person (transaction) Unknown, prior of Hospitallers in France magnus prior hospitalis in Francia the great prior of Hospitallers in France
named person (transaction) John de Pochiaco, master Johannes de Pochiaco Master John de Pochiaco
named person (transaction) Margaret of Ardross sociam domini Johannis de Soules wife of Sir John de Soules 1281 × 1281