People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 2/6/2 (SEA, i, no. 40)

Gregory, bishop of Dunkeld, for Inchcolm Abbey; has returned (redidisse), quitclaimed and established canons' lands which, on orders of King David, he kept for work of canons until they should be on Inchcolm, as king ordered him to do, namely, island itself, Nether Cockairnie (FIF), Donibristle (FIF), Lennie (MLO), 'Ecclesmaline' (Legsmalee, FIF), 'Innerkynglassin' (poss. in FIF or ANG) and 'Tellin' (prob. Tealing ANG), so that he had no right in them except custody from King David and episcopal right from God. He returns all right which they had in church of Rosyth (FIF), namely teinds of whole demesne. He gives them teinds of all his cain on this side of Earnside (FIF) of all his pleas, of all his expenditure on island and of all his victuals which are brought there.
Firm date
24 May 1163 X 1169
Dating Notes
First possible date of elevation of Prior Robert as abbot of Scone × death of Bishop Gregory
Source for Data Entry
Scottish Episcopal Acta, i, no. 40
Trad. ID
SEA, i, no. 40
Calendar number
Charter type

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24 May 1163 X 1169 Clerk of Andrew, bishop of Caithness (d.1184)(Employment relationship) Murdoch, clerk of Bishop Andrew of Caithness Andrew, bishop of Caithness (d.1184)