People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/355/3 (Kel. Lib., no. 333)

Simon Lockhart son of Malcolm Lockhart, for the salvation of his soul and all of his predecessors and successors has granted, and established by this his present charter, to Kelso Abbey and its mother (i.e. the church of Wiston) the church of Symington (LAN) with all its pertinents and freedoms. Additionally, he quitclaimed to the monks all rights which his ancestors or he had or were able to have at any time in advowson of the church of Symington. He wishes and grants that they may have, hold and possess the church with its pertinents and freedoms for their uses in perpetuity, as contained in the authentic charters of the bishops of Glasgow and the Roman popes.
Firm date
26 April 1245 X 1247
Dating Notes
Robert de Stuteville's predecessor as dean of Dunkeld in office x death of Master William of Greenlaw (Watt, _Graduates_, p. 242-43)
Source for Data Entry
Kelso Liber, ii, no. 333
Trad. ID
Kel. Lib., no. 333
Calendar number
Charter type

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
26 Apr. 1245 X 1247 Master Walter of Yarm, master
26 Apr. 1245 X 1247 Master Hugh of Brechin, master
26 Apr. 1245 X 1247 Master William of Greenlaw, master (d.1247)
26 Apr. 1245 X 1247 Master Robert de Stuteville, bishop of Dunkeld (d.1282×83)