People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Robert of Lanark, subdean of Glasgow (d.1274×79×)

Watt and Murray, Fasti, 216: Robert occurs as subdean of Glasgow on 19 April 1266, 23 May 1270 and again on 29 January 1273× . Watt, Graduates, 326-7: Robert was a canon of Glasgow by January 1258/9 and was styled Master from August 1267. He appears as subdean of Glasgow from April 1266, the first known holder of this office, which he presumably held until his death. He first appears in November 1258, in Glasgow. He occurs with fellow canon, Robert of Edinburgh, as sub-delegates in a case, August 1268. He died probably after October 1274 and perhaps after November 1279, his successor as subdean, Thomas of Dundee, was certainly holding that office in 18 February 1292/3.
1259 × 1279
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Date Short Summary Role Witnesses Source
2 Jan. 1259 Announcement of oath to uphold customs of church of Salisbury Addressor 2/5/24 (Glas. Reg., no. 208)
16 Jun. 1268 X 27 Aug. 1268 Settlement of dispute between Paisley Abbey and Malmure Hobolan, vicar of Kilfinan (ARG) Judge Edgar, vicar of Glasgow ; Peter, son of Luke, chaplain (Paisley); Walter, marischal (Paisley); William of Cadzow, canon of Glasgow; William of Cunningham, chaplain; William of Fife 4/32/100 (Pais. Reg., 139-40 )
19 Dec. 1269 Settlement of suit between abbeys of Kelso and Melrose named person (transaction) Adam of Lochmaben, master, clerk; Alexander (13C); Bernard, master, vicar of treasurer; Edgar, vicar of Glasgow ; Hugh of Lochmaben ; John, precentor of Glasgow (fl.1269); Peter, chaplain (Kelso); Walter Lindsay, master; William of Cunningham; William of Eskdale; William of Swinford, clerk of bishops of Glasgow 4/32/101 (Kel. Lib., no. 179)
Friday 23 May 1270 X Sale of house and croft in Glasgow Beneficiary 2/41/14 (Glas. Reg., no. 220)
Friday 23 May 1270 Gift of a house Grantor Geoffrey, dyer, burgess of Glasgow; Richard of Dundonald; Richard, camber, burgess of Glasgow; Richard, chancellor of Glasgow (fl.1247×58-1270); Robert, treasurer of Glasgow (fl.1247×59-1299); Roger, skinner, burgess of Glasgow; Walter de Mortimer, dean of Glasgow (d.1270×71); William Gley, burgess of Glasgow; William, fuller, burgess of Glasgow 2/41/14 (Glas. Reg., no. 220)
18 Dec. 1273 Settlement of dispute between Kelso and Melrose Abbeys Judge 4/32/102 (Kel. Lib., no. 172)