People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 4/32/43 (Dryb. Lib., no. 84 )

Laurence, archdeacon of St Andrews, Richard, prior of May, and the prior of Dunfermline, recite letters of Pope Honorius [III], appointing them papal-judges delegate in the complaint made by the abbot and convent of Dryburgh against the abbot and convent of Kilwinning, concerning their respective rights in the church and parish of Lauder (BWK). The parties having been called to their presence, it was established before the judges, by the counsel of common friends and prudent men, that both parties, with the consent and assent of Sir Alan, son of Roland the constable of Scotland, ought to divide the teinds which belonged to Master Andrew of Moray in the said church at the time the dispute arose, that is all the teinds of Trabrown (BWK), Pilmuir (BWK), the lands of Walter the Doorward, the land of Martin (that is, Whitlaw, BWK), Glengelt (BWK), the land of Uhtred of Glengelt, ‘Ailinuspeth’ (Allanbank), Samson’s land (that is, Todlaw (BWK)), Addinston (BWK), Whalp Law (now Lyleston Hill, BWK), Lyleston (BWK), and Burncastle (BWK), and from anything new which may emerge within the limits of those villas, saving to the church of Lauder the remaining obventions.
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Dryburgh Liber, no. 84
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Ferguson, Medieval Papal Reps., App. I, no. 55

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1222 Son of Roland, lord of Galloway (d.1200) (Familial relationship) Alan, lord of Galloway (d.1234) Roland (Lachlan), lord of Galloway (d.1200)