People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Odo Ydonc, bishop-elect of Whithorn (fl.1235-41)

Biography
Watt and Murray, Fasti, 169: Odo was a canon of Whithorn when he was elected by the prior and convent to the see of Whithorn on 11 March 1235. The election was contested by King Alexander II, who had given assent to the election of Gilbert, a monk of Melrose, who was elected on 25 February. Odo lost the litigation against Gilbert by 2 September, at York, but appealed and got a papal mandate for further enquiries on 19 June 1241. He failed to obtain possession.
Floruits
1225 × 1225
Related Place
Whithorn

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Date Short Summary Role Source
11 Mar. 1235 Canon of Duncan, prior of Whithorn (fl.1235)(Employment relationship) subject (relationship) 2/99/3 (HCY, iii, 144-5)
11 Mar. 1235 Canon of Duncan, prior of Whithorn (fl.1235)(Employment relationship) subject (relationship) 2/99/4 (HCY, iii, 146-7)
11 Mar. 1235 X 5 Jul. 1235 Canon of Duncan, prior of Whithorn (fl.1235)(Employment relationship) subject (relationship) 2/99/5 (HCY, iii, 145)


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Monday 21 July 1225 Obligation to pay teinds and ecclesiastical rights in diocese of Glasgow 3/14/11 (Glas. Reg., no. 139)