People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/639/8 (Pais. Reg., 376)

John, called Pride, burgess of Renfrew, states that since a controversy was existing between the abbot and convent of Paisley on the one hand, and him on the other, for diverse reasons, he states that all those disagreements between them are over and to be relaxed, and he wishes and grants that if any charter may be discovered which will be a hindrance to them or helpful for him, [which was] made before the present agreement, it should be devoid from power and effect from now on.
Firm date
Sunday 29 July 1313
Dating Notes
on the Sunday nearest before the feast of St Peter which is called at chains, in the year of the lord 1313
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Source for Data Entry
Paisley Registrum, 376
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Pais. Reg., 376
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Date Short Summary Title Holder
Sunday 29 Jul. 1313 burgess of Renfrew John Pride, burgess of Renfrew
Sunday 29 Jul. 1313 Dominus (Lord/Sir) Hugh de Sparchynge, vicar of Kilmacolm
Sunday 29 Jul. 1313 Dominus (Lord/Sir) William of Luss, vicar
Sunday 29 Jul. 1313 vicar Hugh de Sparchynge, vicar of Kilmacolm
Sunday 29 Jul. 1313 vicar William of Luss, vicar