Archibald (2)

Archibald (2)

a Scottish bishop, was archdeacon of Moray, and elected to the see of Caithness in 1275. He is said to have made a solemn composition of an affair that had been long in debate between his predecessors, Gilbert. William, and Walter, bishops of Caithness, and William, father and son, earls of Sutherland. He died in 1288. See Keith, Scottish Bishops, p. 210.

 
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