People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 4/4/16 (Lind. Cart., no. 54)

Inasmuch as the monastery of Lindores had certain lands in the parish of Muthill (PER), that is, Wester Feddal, Beannie and ‘Concrag’, conferred on them in perpetual alms, and free from teinds by reason of a privilege granted by the Apostolic See, and inasmuch as the church of Muthill pertains to the mensa of the bishop of Dunblane, an amicable agreement was made between Sir Clement, bishop of Dunblane, with the assent of the chapter of Dunblane, in the name of the mother church of Muthill (PER) and Sir John, abbot, and the convent of Lindores, that the abbot and convent shall have all manner of teinds from the said lands, free and quit from all exaction and custom, paying yearly to the church of Muthill 6 marks, half at Michaelmas and half at Easter.
Firm date
7 April 1239
Dating Notes
7 Id. Apr., 1239
Place date (modern)
Trinity Gask
Place date (document)
Gask crist.
Related Place
Trinity Gask
Source for Data Entry
Lindores Chartulary, no. 54
Trad. ID
Lind. Cart., no. 54
Calendar number
Charter type

Total number of associated factoids: 21