People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Geoffrey, abbot of Dryburgh (fl.1203-09×)

Watt and Shead, Heads, 58: Geoffrey occurs as abbot of Dryburgh on 21 May 1203. He succeeded as abbot of Alnwick (Northumberland) in 1209.
1196 × 1208
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Date Short Summary Role Witnesses Source
unavailable Appointment of papal judges delegate Appointee 4/32/19 (Melr. Lib., no. 133)
6 Mar. 1204 Appointment of judges Appointee 2/137/25 (Robertson, Concilia Scotiae, ii, 234)
9 May 1204 Agreement between Melrose Abbey and Kelso Abbey concerning marches of lands in Roxburghshire Sealer 4/30/3 (Melr. Lib., no. 145)
24 Oct. 1205 Appointment of papal judges-delegate Appointee 2/137/30 (Med. Papal Reps., App. IV, no. 2)
9 Jun. 1206 Appointment of papal judges-delegate Appointee 2/137/36 (St A. Lib., 351)
12 Jun. 1207 Appointment of papal judges-delegate Appointee 2/137/49 (Melr. Lib., no. 133A)
17 Jun. 1208 X 1209 Settlement of case between Melrose Abbey and William, knight of Hownam Judge Acontius, master, subdeacon and papal chaplain; Adam of Perth, master, canon of Dunkeld (d.p.1210); Alan of Crichton, master (fl.1198×1211); Elias, monk of Coldingham; Henry of St Andrews, master (fl.1202×07-1210×16); Henry, abbot of Kelso (d.1218); Henry, archdeacon of Dunkeld (fl.1183×1203-1220×25); Hugh, monk of Kelso; John of Leicester, bishop of Dunkeld (d.1214); Laurence of Thornton, archdeacon of St Andrews (d.1238×40); Michael of Makerstoun; Michael, master, clerk, chaplain (fl.1201-1220×25); Richard Murray, master (fl.1204-27); Richard Nanus (le Nain); Richard of Coxwald; Stephen of Lilliesleaf, master, clerk, persona; Thomas Colville 'Scot', lord of Keresban (d.1219); Thomas, canon of Newsome; Walter of St Albans, bishop of Glasgow (d.1232); Walter, canon of Dryburgh; Walter, monk of Dunfermline; Walter, monk of Kelso ; William Malveisin, bishop of St Andrews (d.1238); William of Ednam, master, archdeacon of Dunkeld (d.1251×57); William, clerk of Alan of Crichton; William, monk of Coldingham 4/32/19 (Melr. Lib., no. 133)