People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 2/7/26 (SEA, i, no. 90)

Jocelin, bishop of Glasgow, for Kelso Abbey; he has granted all the churches it has in the diocese of Glasgow from the concessions of his predecessors and himself: the churches and schools of the king's burgh of Roxburgh; and also the church of Maxwell (ROX) and the chapel of Harlaw (ROX); the churches of Sprouston (ROX), Mow (ROX), Bowden (ROX), Selkirk (SLK), the other Selkirk, Dumfries (DMF), Lesmahagow (LAN), Kilmaurs (AYR), West Linton (PEB), Innerleithan (PEB), Wiston (LAN) with the chapels of the villas of Robert, brother of Lambin [i.e. Roberton, LAN] and of John, stepson of Baldwin [i.e. Crawfordjohn, LAN], Thankerton called Woodkirk (LAN), Symington (LAN), Cambusnethan (LAN), Dunsyre (LAN), Campsie (STL), Antermony (STL), Staplegordon (DMF), Dumgree (DMF), Trailflat (DMF), and Morton (DMF).
Firm date
1181 X 4 July 1195
Dating Notes
William as canon (after 1181 × 1185/6) × King William's confirmation (_RRS_, ii, no. 379)
Source for Data Entry
Scottish Episcopal Acta, i, no. 90
Trad. ID
SEA, i, no. 90
Calendar number
Charter type

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
1181 X 4 Jul. 1195 Roberton Robert, brother of Lambin
1181 X 4 Jul. 1195 Crawford-John John, stepson of Baldwin
1181 X 4 Jul. 1195 Thankerton Tancred (of Thankerton)
1181 X 4 Jul. 1195 Symington Simon Lockhart (12C)