People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/15/107 (Kel. Lib., no. 239)

William, son of Patrick earl of Dunbar, makes known that Sir Hugh, abbot of Kelso and convent there has granted to him and his heirs that they may celebrate divine service in his chapel situated within his court at Makerstoun (ROX), saving oblations to the mother church of the said villa three times yearly, at Christmas, Easter and Feast of SS Peter and Paul and other dues. With the consent and assent of Nicholas, his son and heir, for the welfare of his soul, and of Christina Corbet, his wife, and of all his ancestors and successors, he has remitted and quitclaimed all right which he had in the lands of the chapel. He has taken an oath for this to Sir Geoffrey, bishop of Dunkeld, who also appends his seal.
Firm date
22 September 1241
Dating Notes
On the day after the feast of St Matthew the Apostle and Evangelist, AD 1241
Place date (modern)
Kelso Abbey (chapterhouse)
Place date (document)
domo capituli de Kelchou
Related Place
Kelso Abbey
Source for Data Entry
Kelso Liber, i, no. 239
Trad. ID
Kel. Lib., no. 239
Calendar number
Charter type

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
22 Sept. 1241 Chapel of Makerstoun (ROX) William, son of Earl Patrick (I) (d.1253)