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  1. Helen Of Galloway: Birth: 1208 in Galloway, Scotland. Death: Aft 21 Nov 1245


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  1. Helen (Elena) Mac Donald: Birth: 1208 in Carrick, Ayr, Scotland. Death: 21 Nov 1245 in Buckley, Winchester, Hampshire, England

  2. Thomas Mac Donald: Birth: Abt 1210 in Galloway, Wigton, Scotland.


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  1. Christian Of Galloway: Birth: 0002. Death: Bef 29 Jul 1246

  2. Dervorgilla Mac Donald: Birth: Abt 1218 in Galloway, Wigtown, Scotland. Death: 28 Jan 1289-1290 in Kemston, Bedford, England


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  1. Miss Macdonald: Birth: Abt 1210 in Galloway, Wigtown, Scotland.

  2. Thomas "Huntingdon" Macdonald: Birth: Abt 1212 in Galloway, Wigtown, Scotland. Death: PROB BY 1234 in Galloway, Wigtown, Scotland

  3. Miss Macdonald: Birth: Abt 1212 in Galloway, Wigtown, Scotland.

  4. Christian Macdonald: Birth: Abt 1214 in Galloway, Wigtown, Scotland. Death: Bef 29 Jul 1246 in Sp

  5. Marian Macdonald: Birth: Abt 1216 in Carrick, Ayr, Scotland.

  6. Alicia Macdonald: Birth: Abt 1219 in Altyre, Moray, Scotland.

  7. Alicia Galloway: Birth: Abt 1229 in Altyre, Moray, Scotland.


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1. Title:   13143.GED
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3. Title:   Ancestral File (TM)
Publication:   June 1998 (c), data as of 5 JAN 1998
Author:   The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
4. Title:   Ancestral File (R)
Publication:   Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998
Author:   The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
5. Title:   Ancestral File (TM)
Publication:   July 1996 (c), data as of 2 January 1996
Author:   The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

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a. Note:   NI139468
Note:   ANCESTRAL FILE; U.S. PRESIDENT #1 WASHINGTON; LORD OF GALLOWAT; BURI PLAC Abbey Of Dundrennan, Kirkcudbright, Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland Name: Alan MACDONAL Lord of Galloway Name: Alan MACDONAL Lord of Galloway Name: Alan FITZ ROLAND Lord of Galloway, Constable of Scotland LORD OF GALLOWAY; NAMED IN THE MAGNA CARTA; CONSTABLE OF SCOTLAND 1215-1234 BIBLIOGRAPHY: Baldwin, Stewart, Kings of Man - Table. Posting to soc.genealogy.medieval (email list GEN-MEDIEVAL) on 10/11/1997-005344. Subject: Kings of Man - Table. Available at http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/1997-10/0876531224. Author address: sbald at auburn dot campus dot mci dot net. Baldwin, Stewart, Kings of Man, in four parts. Posting to soc.genealogy.medieval (email list GEN-MEDIEVAL) on 3/22/1999-230941. Subject: Kings of Man - Part 1/2/3/4 of 4. Available at http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/1999-03/0922144181, http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/1999-03/0922144188, http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/1999-03/0922144195, and http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/1999-03/0922144201. Author address: sbald at auburn dot campus dot mci dot net. Cokayne, George Edward, Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain, and the United Kingdom, extant, extinct, or dormant. Gloucester: A Sutton, 1982. Louda, Jiri, and Michael MacLagan, Heraldry of The Royal Families of Europe. New York: Clarkson Potter, 1981. Morris County Library 929.6094. Maxwell Findlater, Alex, Summary of Stringer, Keith, A New Wife for Alan of Galloway, Transactions of the Dumfries & Galloway Nat Hist Society, 1972, Vol 49, pp49-55. Posting to soc.genealogy.medieval (email list GEN-MEDIEVAL) on 9/28/2005-133046. Subject: Re: 1st wife of Alan Fitz Roland of Galloway. Available at http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/2005-09/1127939446. Author address: maxwellfindlater at hotmail dot com. Miller, Mike, Translation of Curia Regis vol 7 entries. Posting to soc.genealogy.medieval (email list GEN-MEDIEVAL) on 9/27/2005-152158. Subject: Re: Style of Alan Fitz Roland lord of Galloway. Available at http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/2005-09/1127848918. Author address: Millerfairfield at aol dot com. Miller, Mike, Translation of quit-claim document. Posting to soc.genealogy.medieval (email list GEN-MEDIEVAL) on 9/28/2005-142615. Subject: Re:Evidence re. the identity of Alan Fitz Roland's wife. Available at http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/2005-09/1127931975. Author address: Millerfairfield at aol dot com. Paget, Gerald, The Lineage and Ancestry of H.R.H. Prince Charles, Prince of Wales. London: Charles Skilton Ltd, 1977. Nypl ARF+ 78-835. Ravilious, John P., Letter of Pope regarding Alan of Galloways third marriage. Posting to soc.genealogy.medieval (email list GEN-MEDIEVAL) on 9/29/2005-210435. Subject: 3rd wife of Alan of Galloway (was: 1st wife of Alan ......). Available at http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/2005-09/1128053075. Author address: therav3 at aol dot com. Redlich, Marcellus Donald R Von, Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants. Order of the Crown of Charlemagne, 1941. Richardson, Douglas, First wife of Alan of Galloway, final resolution. Posting to soc.genealogy.medieval (email list GEN-MEDIEVAL) on 10/9/2005-165908. Subject: Re: Richard de Chester, brother of Sir Roger de Lacy, Constable of Chester. Available at http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/2005-10/1128902348. Author address: royalancestry at msn dot com. Richardson, Douglas, Grant of Henry de Lacy to Pontefract Abbey. Posting to soc.genealogy.medieval (email list GEN-MEDIEVAL) on 9/26/2005-200226. Subject: Evidence re. the identity of Alan Fitz Roland'as first wife, _____ de Lacy. Available at http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/2005-09/1127790146. Author address: royalancestry at msn dot com. Richardson, Douglas, Passage of lands of Richard de Chester. Posting to soc.genealogy.medieval (email list GEN-MEDIEVAL) on 10/11/2005-124702. Subject: Re: Richard de Chester, brother of Sir Roger de Lacy, Constable of Chester. Available at http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/2005-10/1129060022. Author address: royalancestry at msn dot com. Richardson, Douglas, The 1214 Lawsuit from the Curia Regis Rolls. Posting to soc.genealogy.medieval (email list GEN-MEDIEVAL) on 9/27/2005-143345. Subject: Re: Style of Alan Fitz Roland lord of Galloway. Available at http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/2005-09/1127856825. Author address: royalancestry at msn dot com. Roberts, Gary Boyd, Ancestors of American Presidents, First Authoritative Edition. Santa Clarita, CA: Carl Boyer, 1995. Sanders, I. J., English Baronies, A Study of Their Origin and Descent 1086-1327. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1960. Schwennicke, Detlev, ed., Europaische Stammtafeln: Stammtafeln zur Geschichte der europaischen Staaten, New Series. II: Die Ausserdeutschen Staaten Die Regierenden Hauser der Ubrigen Staaten Europas. Marburg: Verlag von J. A. Stargardt, 1984. Stephen, Leslie, and Lee, Sidney, eds., Dictionary of National Biography. London: Smith, Elder & Co, 1885-1901. Drew 920.042 D555d. Stewart, Peter, Was it John de Lacy or his cousin John de Chester? Posting to soc.genealogy.medieval (email list GEN-MEDIEVAL) on 9/27/2005-223851. Subject: Re: Evidence re. the identity of Alan Fitz Roland'as first wife, _____ de Lacy. Available at http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/2005-09/1127860731. Author address: p_m_stewart at msn dot com. Stringer, Keith J, A New Wife for Alan of Galloway, in Transactions of the Dumfriesshire and Galloway Natural History and Antiquarian Society, vol 49 (1972) pp49-55. NYPL CR (Dumfries) 75-116 v49. Stringer, Keith J, Acts of Lordship: The Records of the Lords of Galloway to 1234, in Brotherstone, Terry, and David Ditchburn, Freedom and Authority, Scotland c1050-c1650, Historical and Historiographical Essays presented to Grant G. Simpson. East Lothian, Scotland: Tuchwell Press, 2000. NYPL JFE 00-11883. Turton, William Harry, Plantagenet Ancestry. Baltimore, Genealogical Pub Co, 1968. Originally published London: 1928. NYPL ARF 83-3293. Watney, Vernon James, The Wallop Family and their Ancestry, Oxford:John Johnson, 1928. LDS Film#1696491 items 6-9. Weis, Frederick L, Magna Charta Sureties 1215: The Barons Named in the Magna Charta and Some of Their Descendants. 4th Ed. Baltimore: Gen Pub Co, 1991. Weis, Frederick Lewis, Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr, David Faris, Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists who came to America before 1700, 7th Edition, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co, 1992. White, Ky, 981227-040000, Descendants of Somerled. Posting to soc.genealogy.medieval (apparently missed on GEN-MEDIEVAL archives) on 12/27/1998-040000. Subject: Descendants of Somerled. Available at http://groups.google.com/group/soc.genealogy.medieval/browse_thread/thread/ 48105bbc09f4b3c9/cb97e848d2c565fc. Author address: KWHITEbsi at aol dot com. RESEARCH NOTES: Lord of Galloway [Ref: Weis AR7 #252, Paget HRHCharles p179, Weis AR7 #38, Weis MC #139] Constable of Scotland [Ref: Weis AR7 #38, Weis MC #139] Heriditary Constable of Scotland [Ref: Weis AR7 #94] named in the Magna Charta [Ref: Weis AR7 #38, Weis MC #139] c1205 (between Jan 1202 and 1 Oct 1211): Alan lord of Galloway, constable of Scotland, quitclaims to Roger de Lacy, constable of Chester, and his heirs the advowson of the church of Kippax [Yorkshire, West Riding] [Ref: Stringer LordsofGalloway p224] 1214: involved against Edmund de Lacy's father, John de warantia carte de terra de Kippes, his specific claim being that "John should warrant the charters of his father Roger, which Alan ... has concerning the maritagium of his sister." [Ref: Stringer AlanGalloway p51] 1215-1234: Constable of Scotland [Ref: Weis AR7 #38, Weis MC #139] Curia Regis Rolls, vii (London, 1935) speaks of John's father as "Richard", but (as Bain indicated in Cal. Docts. Scot., i, no 596) the name should be "Roger". Also, John's style is abbreviated to "John of Chester" - he had succeeded his father as constable of Chester whenhe came of age in 1213 [Ref: Stringer AlanGalloway p51(10)] it would appear that Roger de Lacy, before his death in 1211, gave the property of Kippax to Alan in marriage with a Pontegract Lacy, whose precise identity is uncertain because of the ambiguity of the source [Ref: Stringer AlanGalloway p52] The Lacy identity of Alan of Galloway's first wife was proposed by Stringer in 1972 (Dumfries & Galloway NHAS Transactions Vol XLIX). The evidence adduced by Stringer is sixfold: 1 In 1254 Roger de Quincy granted Kippax to Edmund de Lacy. Quincy was the husband of Alan's eldest daughter Helen, who we know was not a daughter by Margaret of Huntingdon as Helen was not an heir to Earl John, Margaret's brother, and who we know inherited the Constableship of Scotland, and so was an elder half sister of Dervorguilla. 2 In ca 1223 Alan ordered his bailiff to take possession, apparently as an escheat, of Swillington, which pertained to Kippax. 3 The Curia Regis Rolls of 1214 show Alan acting against John de Lacy (father of Edmund) "de warantia carte de terra de Kippes". Stringer quotes in English that " John de Chester shall warrant the charters of his father Richard (per Stringer recte Roger) which Alan ... has concerning the maritagium of his sister (the "his" is not specific between father and son and Stringer says "sister or dau of Roger de Lacy, constable of Chester") 4 A letter of Pope Honorius III of March 1222 states that Alan had married within the prohibited degrees of consanguinuity. His later wife was the daughter of Hugh de Lacy, Earl of Ulster (of the Weobley Lacys), so an earlier Lacy wife (of the Pontefract Lacys) would fit the bill. 5 Stringer also suggests that there would not appear to be a suitable earlier marriage in Alan's pedigree to allow for him and his descendants to hold Kippax. 6 He also refers to the Close Rolls 1242-47, apparently showing, but without quotation, that Helen of Galloway's maritagium was in the Honour of Pontefract. [Ref: Alex Findlater SGM 9/28/2005-133046] Following the granting of the manor of Kippax, Yorkshire to Alan Fitz Roland in marriage with the sister of Roger de Lacy [WTM: this opinion changed over the next several days of GEN-MEDIEVAL discussion], the manor passed by inheritance to Alan Fitz Roland's daughter, Ellen, and her husband, Sir Roger de Quincy. In 1233 there was a dispute about the advowson of Kippax, Yorkshire which involved Pontefract Priory, Roger de Quincy and his wife's nephew, John de Lacy, Earl of Lincoln. Here are brief extracts of the two pertinent documents: Document #1. Date: 1233. "To the reverand father in Christ, and very dear lord, W[alter], by the grace of God, archbishop of York, and primate of England, John de Lascy, earl of Lincoln and constable of Chester, greeting in the Lord ... We make known to your fatherhood that having seen the deeds and charters of my father, Roger de Lascy, and of my ancestors, piously granted by those ancestors to God and St. John the Evangelist of Pontefract, and to my monks there serving God, concerning the church of Kippax, the truth has been shown itself to be other than we believed ... we have remitted to them for ever all the right and claim that we claimed to have in the said church of Kippax ..." [Reference: Richard Holmes, ed. The Chartulary of St. John of Pontefract (Yorkshire Arch. Soc. Record Series 25) (1899): 39-40]. Document #2. Date: 1233. To all, &c. ... W[alter] ..., archbishop of York, &c. Know that whereas the contention raised between our dear sons, the prior and convent of Pontefract, on the one part, and the noble man, Roger de Quenci, on the other, concerning the last presentation of the church of Kippax, has been ended by the judgement of the court of the lord king, we at the presentation of the said prior and convent who recovered possesion of the patrongae of the said church, as the lord Henry, the illustrious king of England, has signified to us by his letter .." [Reference: Richard Holmes, ed. The Chartulary of St. John of Pontefract (Yorkshire Arch. Soc. Record Series 25) (1899): 74-75]. [Ref: Douglas Richardson SGM 9/26/2005-200226] The 1214 lawsuit from the Curia Regis Rolls is the only source that I know of that indicates the identity of Alan Fitz Roland's first wife. Michael Miller has kindly provided us a full translation of that text. The defendant in this case appears to have been John de Lacy (died 1240), later Earl of Lincoln, as we find elsewhere that he was known as John of Chester in 1214, and also that he was subsequently dealing with the advowson of Kippax, Yorkshire in 1233. As best I understand it, the manor and advowson of Kippax were granted in marriage to Alan Fitz Roland on his marriage to his first wife. It was this property that was the subject of the 1214 lawsuit. So, we have the right people and the right property matched to each other. As you are aware, the manor of Kippax, Yorkshire subsequently descended to Alan Fitz Roland's daughter, Ellen, and her husband, Roger de Quincy, 2nd Earl of Winchester. That Roger de Quincy thought he and his wife had the right to the advowson of Kippax is clear from two documents, one dated 1233 which implies Roger had recently claimed the right to present to Kippax, and the other, Roger's own charter dated c. 1254 in which he conveyed the manor and advowson of Kippax back to John de Lacy's son and heir, Edmund de Lacy, Earl of Lincoln (see Christopher Hatton's Book of Seals, pg. 288-289). Insofar as the 1214 lawsuit itself is concerned, the statement is made that Alan Fitz Roland had Kippax in marriage with "his sister." In the previous few words in the lawsuit, there are two men mentioned, namely John de Chester and his father, "Richard." As best I understand the text, the words "his sister" can refer to EITHER John de Chester's sister OR his father's sister. [Ref: Douglas Richardson SGM 9/27/2005-143345] If we accept that John de Chester in the 1214 lawsuit is John de Lacy (and I do), then the only sensible conlusions that can be drawn are: (1) The reference to John's father Roger being called Richard in the lawsuit is a clerical error. (2) The words "his sister" refer to Roger de Lacy's sister, not John de Lacy's. [Ref: Douglas Richardson SGM 9/27/2005-143345] Neither point advanced here is proof that the person wasn't John de Lacy's cousin John de Chester. A modern editor's opinion and the sum of money involved are hardly conclusive: but even if it can be established that John de Lacy was still occasionally called "John de Chester" throughout his life, this doesn't go any way to changing the name of his father from Roger to Richard, or confirming the unnecessary amendment from one to the other that Richardson's case depends upon. [Ref: Peter Stewart SGM 9/27/2005-223851] Mar 1222: letter of Pope Honorius III notes that the pope had been informed by James, his legate to Scotland and Ireland, and many Scottish bishops that Alan of Galloway had married within the prohibited degrees of consanguinity; wife in question does not appear to have been Margaret; the Woebley alliance (said to have taken place in 1229) could be revised making it several years earlier [Ref: Stringer AlanGalloway p52] ----- [translations done by Mike Miller, posted to GEN-MEDIEVAL on 9/27/2005] Curia Regis Rolls, vol 7 (1935): pp 85-86 Willelmus de Jonesbi Alanus de Camberton Adam de Hocton tres milites de comitatu Cumberland missi ad Carleolum in occursum Elene de Morevil et Alani de Galweia filii ejus ad videndum quem atornatum ipsa Elena facere voluisset etc. in loquela que est inter ipsam et abbatem de Londores de advocatione ecclesie de Wissenden in comitatu Roteland et ad videndum quem atornatum idem Alanus facere voluerit etc. in loquela que est inter ipsum et Johannem de Cestr de warantia carte de terra de Kippes in comitatu Ebor dicunt quod Elena point [a transcription error for "posuit"] loco suo Adam de Torinton vel Hamonem Clericum versus abbatem de Londor de placito ecclesie de Wissenden in comitatu Roteland Dicunt etiam quod Alanus de Galweye posuit etc. eundem Hamonem Clericum vel Ricardum de Crevequor versus Johannem de Cestr de placito warantie carte de terra in Kipesc in comitatu Ebor Et dictum est illis tribus militibus quod eant sine die. Et quoniam Willelmus de Percy quartus miles non venit qui debuit testificasse simul cum ipsis atornatos predictorum consideratum est quod atachietur quod sit a die Pasche in tres septimanas Post venit Willelmus de Percy et dixit idem. "William of Jonesby Alan of Camberton and Adam of Hocton, three knights of the county of Cumberland, sent to Carlisle to see what attorney Elena de Morvill wished to appoint in the hearing between herself and the Abbot of Londores about the advowson of Wissenden in the county of Rutland and to see what attorney the same Alan of Galloway wished to appoint in the hearing between him and John of Chester about a warranty of the charter of the land of Kippax in the county of York, say that Elena appointed in her place Adam of Torinton or Hamon the clerk against the Abbot of Londor concerning the plea about the church of Wissenden in the county of Rutland. And they say further that Alan of Galloway appointed [in his place] the same Hamon the clerk or Richard of Crevecour agianst John of Chester concerning the plea about a warranty of a charter of the land of Kippax in the county of York. The said knights were told to depart with no day fixed [for their further attendance]. And since William Percy the fourth knight, who ought to have testified with them as to the attorneys of the said persons, did not come it was deemed that he should be attached that he should [appear] on the day of Easter in three weeks. Later came William Percy and said the same. [Ref: Mike Miller SGM 9/27/2005-152158] Curia Regis Rolls, vol 7 (1935) p. 86: Alanus de Galweye per predictos Hamonem Clericum et Ricardum de Crevequor optulit se quarto die versus Johannem de Cestr de placito quod idem Johannes warantizet cartas Ricardi patris sui quas Alanus de Galweye habet de maritagio sororis sue et ipse non venit vel se essoniavit etc. et summonitio etc. Et ideo atachietur quod sit ad predictum terminum etc. Alan of Galloway brought himself on the fourth day by the said Hamon the clerk and Richard of Crevecour against John of Chester concerning the plea that the same John should warrant the charters of Richard his father which Alan of Galloway held as the marriage portion of his sister. And he [sc. John] did not come nor did he essoign himself [ie. ask for an adjounment] so a summons [was issued] and so let him be attached to appear at the said date. [Ref: Mike Miller SGM 9/27/2005-152158] ". Sciant omnes presentes et futuri has Litteras visuri [et] audituri . Quod ego Alanus filius Roll(andi) . Dominus Galuuath' Scotie Constab(ularius) . quitam clamaui . Rogero de lascy . Centrie Constab(ulario) [et] heredibus suis . de me [et] heredibus meis . aduocationem ecclesie de kipeis . Hijs Test(ibus) . Eustacio de Vescy . Roberto Walensi . Willelmo de bello monte . hugone despensario . Thoma fratre suo . Gilberto fili(o) Cospatric . Radulfo de Campania . Ricardo clerico de creuequor litterarum scriptore . [et] multis aliis." Let all those living and to come who may see or hear these writings know that I Alan son of Roland Lord of Galloway, Constable of Scotland, have quitclaimed to Roger de Lacy Constable of Chester and his heirs for me and my heirs the advowson of Kippax these being witnesses Eustace de Vescy Robert Walensis William Beaumont Hugh the Despencer Thomas his brother Gilbert son of Gospatric Ralph de Campania (?Champagne) and many others. The document as cited bears no explicit date, but it must evidently have been made after the gift of Kippax as a marriage portion to Alan of Galloway: before that gift Alan would have had no possible claim to surrender. [Ref: Mike Miller SGM 9/28/2005-142615] Iudicibus, ut causam matrimonii Alani comestabularii regni Scotiae audiant. Reg. An. VI. epist. 331. HONORIUS EPISCOPUS etc. Venerabilibus fratribus .... Eboracensi Archiepiscopo et .... Karleolensi et .... Oxonensi Episcopis, salutem etc. Olim dilectus filius frater Iacobus capellanus et penitentiarius noster, tunc apostolice sedis legatus, et Ep'i quamplures Regni Scotie suis nobis litteris intimarunt, quod nobilis vir Alanus Comestabularius Regni eiusdem eo gradu consanguinitatis et affinitatis sue attineret uxori, quod sine mortali peccato illi non posset carnaliter commisceri. Idem quoque legatus, quid esset in huiusmodi causa facturus, per suas nos duxit litteras consulendos. Quare moti ex hiis pariter et inducti legato ipsi scripsimus, ut predicti Regni convocatis Ep'is, quos crederet evocandos, communicato quoque illorum et aliorum prudentum consilio, si constaret eidem computatis canonice gradibus et distinctis, quod predicti vir et uxor in gradu sibi prohibito attinerent, super hoc faceret, prout secundum deum prospiceret expedire. Sane cum procurator ipsius nobilis cum obtentis a nobis super hoc litteris remearet, quoniam ad legatum eundem applicuit, cum in itinere foret ad nostram presentiam redeundi, ad nos infecto negotio iterum est reversus, suppliciter postulans et humiliter ac instanter exposcens, ut ne sustinuisset in vacuum tot labores, negotium ipsum viris decretis committere dignaremur. Nos autem licet favore matrimonii hac sicut alia vice difficiles aliquandiu fuissemus, ne tamen negaremus iustitiam, in qua sumus omnibus debitores, et quam fieri super hoc procurator ipse attentius postulabat, fraternitati vestre in virtute obedientie districte precipiendo mandamus, quatenus habituri pre oculis solum deum, et reddituri de hoc in die districti examinis rationem, convocatis episcopis et aliis viris honestis, quos videritis evocandos, audiatis causam, in qua cum omni circumspectione ac diligentia processuri, nichil unquam de contingentibus omittendo, ut circumveniri et tandem redargui non possitis. Cum huiusmodi factum ex causis quibusdam, quas audivimus, non valeamus non habere suspectum, cum ea, qua decet, maturitate consilii, appellatione postposita, faciatis, quod secundum deum et animarum salutem fuerit faciendum. Quod si non omnes hiis exequendis potueritis interesse, tu ea, frater archiep'e, cum eorum altero etc. Datum Anagnie III. Kal. Aprilis, Pontificatus nostri anno sexto. ' [1] NOTES [1] Augustinus Theiner, ed. Vetera Monumenta Hibernorum et Scotorum (Osnabruck: Otto Zeller, 1969), pp. 20-21. [Ref: John P. Ravilious SGM 9/29/2005-210435]
b. Note:   BI139468
Note:   Sources for this Information: date: was of age before 1196 [Ref: Douglas Richardson SGM 10/11/2005-124702], parents: [Ref: DNB v39p169, Paget HRHCharles p179, Stringer AlanGalloway p49, Stringer LordsofGalloway p222, Turton Plantagenet p101, Watney WALLOP #430, Weis AR7 #38]
c. Note:   DI139468
Note:   Sources for this Information: date: [Ref: DNB v39p169, ES II #90, Louda RoyalFamEurope #12, Paget HRHCharles p155, Stringer AlanGalloway p49, Watney WALLOP #430, Watney WALLOP #886, Weis AR7 #252, Weis AR7 #38, Weis AR7 #94, Weis MC #139] 1233 [Ref: Sanders Baronies p119] 1234-5 [Ref: Paget HRHCharles p179]


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