People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Beauly Priory

Biography
Beauly Priory is located in the village of Beauly (INV), in the Moray diocese. It was founded as a Valliscaulian house around 1230 by Sir John Bisset but by the early fifteenth century, it had become a Cistercian house. It was one of the three Valliscaulian houses in Scotland.
Floruits
1227 × 1314
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Beauly Priory
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Date Short Summary Role Witnesses Source
unavailable Gift of church of Abertarff (INV) Beneficiary 2/8/23 (Beauly Chrs., no. 3)
unavailable Oligation for forty marks Beneficiary 3/254/17 (Beauly Chrs., no. 9)
unavailable Agreement between Beauly Priory and David of Graham resulting in 17 marks of debt for David Party 2 3/254/17 (Beauly Chrs., no. 9)
unavailable Charter (gift?) of land of 'Ochterwaddale' (Upper or Wester Tarradale, ROS) Beneficiary 3/301/1 (Beauly Chrs., no. 6)
unavailable Gift of ‘Sitheney’ (lost, in Kilmorack parish, INV), Craigscorrie (INV) and fishery of Forn (Beauly River) (INV) Beneficiary 2/140/40 (Beauly Chrs., no. 1 )
Mar. 1227 Gift of teinds within parish of Abertarff (INV) Beneficiary Andrew of Binnie, canon of Moray/Elgin; Henry, master, treasurer, chancellor of Moray; Ralph, chaplain of Moray; Richard Murray, precentor of Moray (fl.1226-30); Robert, treasurer of Moray (fl.1230-63); Simon (de Gunby), bishop of Moray (d.1251); Simon, chaplain of Moray; William, canon of Moray, master 2/8/23 (Beauly Chrs., no. 3)
Mar. 1227 X 1235 Gift of church of Abertarff (INV) Beneficiary Andrew Murray, bishop of Moray (d.1242); Bartholomew Fleming, knight; Bridín, chaplain; Gilla Andréis mac Isaac ; Godfrey, arblaster (crossbowman); Henry, cook (INV); Hugh Corbet; Hugh, son of Augustine of Moray, knight (LAN); Ivo, hunter (INV); John Bisset; John, chaplain (13C); Ralph, chaplain of Bishop Andrew of Moray; Ranulf, archdeacon of Moray; Simon (de Gunby), bishop of Moray (d.1251) 3/90/5 (Beauly Chrs., no. 2)
20 Aug. 1229 Confirmation of land of Sitheney (lost, in Kilmorack, INV) Beneficiary 1/7/156 (RRS, iii, no. 153)
1230 Confirmation of possessions with protection Beneficiary 2/140/40 (Beauly Chrs., no. 1 )
20 Dec. 1230 Confirmation of multure from half-davoch of Lovat (INV) and mill of 'Dowatrie (probably Dounie, INV) Beneficiary 1/7/168 (RRS, iii, no. 164)
Tuesday 16 Sept. 1255 Quitclaim of rights in ‘Bromihalu’ and in ‘Insula’ (INV or ROS?) Beneficiary David de Giulan ; Gilbert, steward (ROS); John, vicar of Inverness ; R. de Eglinton, master, precentor of Ross (fl.1255); R., chancellor of Ross; William Roher 3/301/1 (Beauly Chrs., no. 4)
circa 1270 X 1307 Quitclaim of land of 'Ochterwaddale' (Upper or Wester Tarradale, ROS) Beneficiary Alan, brother of Andrew Murray; Andrew Murray, knight, justiciar, lord of Petty and Avoch; Búachaill Beg ; Duncan Duff ; Isaac mac Gilla Andréis; John, son of Christian MacGillon; William (II), earl of Sutherland (d.1306/7) 3/301/1 (Beauly Chrs., no. 6)
Thursday 10 Jan. 1275 * Provision (concession, agreement) of protection Party 1 4/33/22 (Beauly Chrs., no. 5)
Thursday 10 Jan. 1275 Agreement between Beauly Abbey and Master Henry of Nottingham, rector of Tarradale Party 1 Robert de Bosill, monk of Pluscarden; Robert, vicar of Duffus; Walter Surays, master, official of Moray; William of Dunn, dean of Moray (fl.1260-75); William, prior of Pluscarden 4/33/22 (Beauly Chrs., no. 5)
Thursday 10 Jan. 1275 *Provision (gift, agreement) of two horses and two garcons Party 1 4/33/22 (Beauly Chrs., no. 5)
Friday 16 Sept. 1278 Gift of two marks at the New Castle of 'Eddyrdor' (Redcastle, ROS) Beneficiary Colin Gove, constable of Tarradale; Duncan, chancellor of Ross (fl.1278); Isaac mac Gilla Andréis; John, dean of Ross (fl.1278); John, son of Christian MacGillon; Robert of Fyvie, bishop of Ross (d.a.1295); Robert of Rolloc (? Pollok); Stephen, son of Geoffrey the miller; William (II), earl of Ross (d.1323); William Hay (IV), lord of Borthwick (son of John); William, master, succentor of Ross; William, vicar of Eddyrdor (Redcastle) 3/93/4 (Beauly Chrs., no. 7)
Friday 16 Sept. 1278 * Quitclaim of letters concerning donation of 2 marks from Eddyrdor (Redcastle, ROS) Beneficiary 3/93/4 (Beauly Chrs., no. 7)
Mar. 1314 X 17 Apr. 1325 Gift of third part of his land of Altyre (Kilmorack, INV) in exchange for the multures of Lovat, Fingask and Donaldston (INV) and various monetary renders Beneficiary Alan de Lascelles (14C); Alexander Corbet, esquire; Andrew Grant; Harald, son of Donald of the Aird; John of Fenton, son of William of Fenton; John, son of Christian of the Aird; Thomas of Dundee, bishop of Ross (1293-1325); William of Fenton, lord of Beaufort 3/254/17 (Beauly Chrs., no. 9)
Mar. 1314 X 17 Apr. 1325 Gift of third part of land of Altyre (Kilmorack, INV) Beneficiary Harald, son of Donald of the Aird; Henry, chaplain of Beaufort; Patrick Graham (II), knight; Peter, chaplain of Farnway; Robert, clerk (MOR - 14C) 3/90/14 (Beauly Chrs., no. 8)


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Thursday 10 Jan. 1275 Teinds of church of Tarradale Holder (possession) 4/33/22 (Beauly Chrs., no. 5)