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(d. 1199)
  • A. A. M. Duncan


Jocelin (d. 1199), abbot of Melrose and bishop of Glasgow, came of a family with rights in the church at Dunsyre, Lanarkshire, probably with land there. He became a monk at Melrose Abbey on 29 March 1157, when Waldef was abbot, and was elected prior under ...

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