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Laurentius Denomination Roman Catholic Church Senior posting See Diocese of Dunblane Title Bishop of Dunblane Period in office 1155 × 1161–1165 × 1178 Consecration unknown Predecessor M. Successor Simon Personal Born unknown unknown Died 1165 × 1178 Laurence [or Laurentius] is the first Bishop of Dunblane to be known by name. A document dating to 27 February 1155, had an M. de Dunblan, but no more is known of this man and it is unlikely that M. is a mistake for La..[1] Laurentius episcopo de Dunblain appears as a witness to a charter of King Máel Coluim IV of Scotland, a charter granted from Perth to the church of St John the Baptist of Perth in 1161.[2] His next appearance occurs witnessing a charter of Richard, Bishop of St Andrews, sometime between 1165 and 1169.[3] A charter which Bishop Laurence himself issued to Cambuskenneth Abbey has survived; it dates to some time between 1165 and 1171, and granted the church of Tullibody to that monastic house.[4] The grant had followed (i.e. was a confirmation of) an earlier grant from the local landowner, Simón son of Mac Bethad, and was only to take effect after the death of the rector, the royal clerk Hugh de Roxburgh.[5] This is the last notice of Bishop Laurence; he may have been bishop until 1178 at the latest, when his successor Simon appears in the sources for the first time.[6] Notes ^ Dowden, Bishops, p. 193. ^ Barrow (ed.), Acts of Malcolm IV, p. 223. ^ Bruce (ed.), Liber Cartarum Prioratus, p. 133; Watt & Murray, Fasti Ecclesiae, p. 99. ^ Fraser (ed.), Registrum monasterii S. Marie, pp. 313-4; Watt & Murray, Fasti Ecclesiae, p. 99. ^ Cockburn, Bishops, p. 27; Fraser (ed.), Registrum monasterii S. Marie, pp. 313-4. ^ Watt & Murray, Fasti Ecclesiae, p. 99. References Barrow, G. W. S. (ed.), The Acts of Malcolm IV, (Regesta Regum Scottorum, Volume I, Edinburgh, 1960) Bruce, O. Tyndall (ed.), Liber Cartarum Prioratus Sancti Andree in Scotia; E Registro Ipso in Archivis Baronum De Panmure Hodie Asservato, (Edinburgh, 1841) Cockburn, James Hutchison, The Medieval Bishops of Dunblane and Their Church, (Edinburgh, 1959) Dowden, John, The Bishops of Scotland, ed. J. Maitland Thomson, (Glasgow, 1912) Fraser, Sir William (ed.), Registrum monasterii S. Marie de Cambuskenneth, A. D. 1147-1535, (Edinburgh, 1872) Watt, D. E. R., & Murray, A. L., Fasti Ecclesiae Scotinanae Medii Aevi ad annum 1638, Revised Edition, (Edinburgh, 2003) Religious titles Preceded by M. Bishop of Dunblane 1155 × 1161–1165 × 1178 Succeeded by Simon v · d · eBishops of Dunblane Pre-Reformation Bishops of Dunblane "M. de Dunblan" · Laurence of Dunblane · Simon of Dunblane · Jonathan of Dunblane · Abraham of Strathearn · Radulf (bishop-elect) · Osbert of Dunblane · Clement of Dunblane · Robert de Prebenda · William · Alpín of Strathearn · Nicholas of Arbroath · Nicholas de Balmyle · Richard de Pontefract · Roger de Balnebrich · Maurice of Inchaffray · William de Cambuslang · Walter de Coventre · Andrew Magnus · Dúghall of Lorne · Fionnlagh MacCailein · William Stephani · Michael Ochiltree · Walter Stewart · Robert Lauder · John Herspolz · John Spalding · James Chisholm · William Chisholm (uncle) Italics indicate non-consecrated or titular bishops. Post-Reformation Bishops of Dunblane William Chisholm (uncle) · William Chisholm (nephew) · Andrew Graham · George Graham · Adam Bellenden · James Wedderburn · Robert Leighton · James Ramsay · Robert Douglas Persondata Name Laurence of Dunblane Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth unknown Date of death Place of death