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Charters of the Abbey of Coupar-Angus

Coupar-Angus Abbey

Charters of the Abbey of Coupar-Angus

by Coupar-Angus Abbey

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Published by Printed by T. and A. Constable for the Scottish History Society in Edinburgh .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementtranscribed and edited by D. E. Easson
SeriesPublications of the Scottish History Society, 3d ser., v. 40-41, Scottish History Society (Series) -- 3rd ser., v. 40-41
ContributionsEasson, David Edward, 1897-
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14712676M
LC Control Number48009936

Coupar Angus Abbey was established in by Malcolm the IV and, by the 14th century, had become what was probably the wealthiest religious house in Scotland. The Abbot and monks have left their mark on the map of the area. The town grew up around the site of the market outside the gates, to the north of the Abbey. The earls of Cromartie (Edinburgh, ) CrossraguelCharters of the Abbey of Crossraguel (AHCAG, ) Culross ChrsDouglas, W., ‘Culross Abbey and its Charters, with notes on a fifteenth-century manuscript’, PSAS 60 ( 26), D to L. Abbreviated formFull reference DCMDurham, Dean and Chapter Muniments Dip.

Charters of the Abbey of Crosraguel Item Preview remove-circle Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Title in red and black Edited by F. C. Hunter Blair, with contributions by J. A. Morris. Furthermore, c Bishop Hugh de Sigilla (/30) confirmed charters of his predecessors, bishops Richard de Prebenda () and John de Leicester () concerning teinds from Keithick whch pertained to ‘our church’ of Cargill which had been granted to the monks of Coupar Angus .

Coupar Angus (Royal (10 rooms; R and b, 7s 6d), Strathmore, Rail-way) has vestiges of the wealthy Cistercian Abbey founded here by Malcolm IV in " Angus " is the old name, now officially re-adopted, for the county of Forfar, and is here used to distinguish the town from Cupar in Fife Coupar Angus is, however, regarded as being in Perth-. Rental Book of the Cistercian Abbey of Cupar-Angus, with the Breviary of the Register [Grampian Club], volume 1 (), pp: $ Add: $


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It was founded on the old royal manor of Coupar in x with the patronage of Máel Coluim IV ("Malcolm IV"), King of Scots, by Cistercian monks from Melrose became an abbey of medium to large size and wealth and enjoyed more than four centuries.

History of the Abbey Church Building. Church of Scotland: Charity Number SC The church is on the site of the ancient Coupar Angus Abbey, which was established in and destroyed in the 17 th Century. It was one of the richest in Scotland, and responsible for the creation of drainage that made farming in the area successful.

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to the monastery of Cupar. Introduction. Register of tacks () Rental of the monastery of St. Marie of Cupar, of the year Appendices: I. The chamberlain's account of the thirds of the abbey of. D.E. Easson - Charters of the Abbey of Coupar Angus (2 vols, Edinburgh: Scottish History Soc., ) Charles Rogers (ed.) - Rental Book of the Cistercian Abbey of Cupar-Angus (2 vols, London: Grampian Club, ) - vol._1, vol._2.

Statistical accounts of Coupar Angus. Old Statistical Account of the s - vol. 17, p. Rental book of the Cistercian abbey of Cupar-Angus, with the breviary of the register. # Coupar Angus Abbey (Coupar Angus, Scotland)\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0 I.

The chamberlain\'s account of the thirds of the abbey of Cupar in II. Charters, from originals in General register house. III. Charters, from the Brockie ms. preserved in.

Charters of the abbey of Coupar Angus, ed. D.E. Easson (Scottish History Society, 3rd Series, two vols, Edinburgh, ) Charters of the abbey of Inchcolm, ed. D.E. Easson and A. Macdonald (Scottish History Society, 3rd Series, ) Charters of Endowment, Inventories and Ancient Rolls of the Priory of Finchale in the County of.

'Charters of the Abbey of Coupar Angus Vol. I; Charters I to CXVIII, ' on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The endorsement of the present charter, however, speaks of the annual pensio as derived from the small teinds of Banchory, Crugwy and Clarwat, i.e.

Banchory, to the W. of Coupar-Angus; Creuchies, N.E. of Blairgowrie; and Clayquhat, on the right bank of the Black Water, at the S. end of Glenshee. Charters of the Abbey of Coupar Angus Jervise. Epitaphs & inscriptions from burial grounds & old buildings in the north-east of Scotland Mitchell.

Monumental Inscriptions (pre) in North Perthshire. Willsher, B. Stones and Understanding Scottish Graveyards. Appendices: I. The chamberlain's account of the thirds of the abbey of Cupar in II. Charters, from originals in General register house. III. Charters, from the Brockie ms.

preserved in the library of the Catholic college of Blairs. IV. Charters, from originals in the charter room, Cortachy castle. V. Books Best Sellers New Releases Children's Books Textbooks Australian Authors Kindle Books Audiobooks Books › History › Europe Author: Martha Jane Sievwright.Coupar Angus Abbey: | | Coupar Angus Abbey | | | ||| | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most.