People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 4/32/17 (Glas. Reg., no. 82 )

[William], abbot of Holyrood, [Adam], abbot of Newbattle, and [Walter], prior of Inchcolm, notify that in the case called before them as papal judges-delegate of Pope Innocent [III], between Master Michael, rector of the church of St Cuthbert in Dryfesdale (DMF), and Osbert, clerk of Hutton, concerning the church of Hutton (DMF), it was amicably settled thus: Osbert confessed publicly, by the assertion of good men, that the chapel of Hutton is part of the church of Dryfesdale and pertains to it, and he resigned the same chapel into the hands of the judges and to Master Michael, and thus he restored it to Master Michael; Master Michael gave and granted to the same Osbert the perpetual vicarage of the same chapel. Thus, Osbert may possess the chapel of Hutton in the name of the church of Dryfesdale for as long as he lives and for everything that pertains to the chapel, he shall pay ½ mark yearly at Pentecost and as much episcopal dues as pertains to the chapel. Osbert swore a faithful oath to the church of Dryfesdale and placed himself under the jurisdiction of Master Michael, rector of that church; if anyone goes against this convention, they shall suffer a settlement of excommunication.
Firm date
23 March 1206
Dating Notes
1205, 10 kal. Apr.
Place date (modern)
Place date (document)
Castellum puellarum
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Source for Data Entry
Glasgow Registrum, i, no. 82
Trad. ID
Glas. Reg., no. 82
Calendar number
Charter type
Ferguson, Medieval Papal Reps., App. I, no. 16

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Appointment of papal judges-delegate no
23 Mar. 1206 Settlement between Michael, rector of Dryfesdale and Osbert, clerk of Hutton yes
23 Mar. 1206 *Quitclaim (agreement) of chapel of Hutton yes
23 Mar. 1206 *Gift (agreement) of perpetual vicarage of chapel of Hutton yes