People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 2/8/34 (Pluscarden, App. K)

Andrew, bishop of Moray, makes known that his lord, King Alexander [II], has bestowed for sustenance of house of Pluscarden, which he founded, and for sustenance of brethren there, mill of Elgin (MOR) with all mills and others pertaining to it. That is, mill of Forres (MOR) and Dalpottie (MOR) and those mills from which churches of Elgin, Forres and Dyke (MOR) were accustomed to receive teinds. At instance of king, and with consent of chapter and rector of church of Forres, that is, the archdeacon of Moray, the bishop has quitclaimed to Pluscarden all teinds from said mills if those happen to be within soke of said mills, except teinds of profits of mills. He also has quitclaimed all teinds which ought to be paid to bishops from revenues of lands of 'Fernanan' (Fernway?), 'Tulidum', 'Kep' and Kintessack Magna, saving what pertains to mother church.
Firm date
25 March 1237 X 24 March 1238
Dating Notes
Source for Data Entry
Macphail, Pluscardyn, App. K
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Pluscarden, App. K
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Charter type

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Foundation of Pluscarden Priory no
25 Mar. 1237 X 24 Mar. 1238 Quitclaim of certain teinds yes

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Date Short Summary Subject Object
25 Mar. 1237 X 24 Mar. 1238 Lord (dominus) of Andrew Murray, bishop of Moray (d.1242)(Tenurial & lordship relationship) Alexander II, king of Scots (d.1249) Andrew Murray, bishop of Moray (d.1242)