Agreement: TNA DL 36/1/120

Description (from Prosopography of Medieval Scotland)

This is the agreement made between Ingram, bishop of Glasgow, and Robert de Brus, being confirmed between Jocelin, bishop of Glasgow, and the same Robert de Brus, which complaint was called between the said bishops and Robert concerning certain lands in Annandale. Robert de Brus gave and granted to the church of Glasgow and Bishop Ingram in free and perpetual alms the church of Moffat (DMF) and the church of Kirkpatrick-Fleming, which he had in his demesne. He granted, and by his script made firm to the church of Glasgow and the same bishop, the patronage of the churches of Dryfesdale (DMF), Hoddam (DMF) and Castlemilk (DMF). So that this peace is made final between them, Robert de Brus gave homage to Ingram, bishop of Glasgow and his successors.

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Repository
The National Archives
Town or City
London
Shelfmark
DL 36/1/120

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Catalogue Numbers
POMS Document 4/16/2
SEA, i no. 108
Format
Unspecified
Text Date
1175 x 23 March 1189

Prosopography of Medieval Scotland (POMS Document 4/16/2)

This is the agreement made between Ingram, bishop of Glasgow, and Robert de Brus, being confirmed between Jocelin, bishop of Glasgow, and the same Robert de Brus, which complaint was called between the said bishops and Robert concerning certain lands in Annandale. Robert de Brus gave and granted to the church of Glasgow and Bishop Ingram in free and perpetual alms the church of Moffat (DMF) and the church of Kirkpatrick-Fleming, which he had in his demesne. He granted, and by his script made firm to the church of Glasgow and the same bishop, the patronage of the churches of Dryfesdale (DMF), Hoddam (DMF) and Castlemilk (DMF). So that this peace is made final between them, Robert de Brus gave homage to Ingram, bishop of Glasgow and his successors.

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