Foreman, Andrew was prothonotary apostolic in Scotland in 1499, in 1501 was promoted to the see of Moray, and together with it held in commendam the priories of Pittenweem in Scotland, and of Cottingham in England. About 1506 he was appointed by king James IV as his ambassador, to procure a personal conference between him and Henry, king of England. In 1514 he was translated to the see of St. Andrews, and in 1517 was also perpetual commendator of the monastery of Dunfermline. He died in 1522. See Keith, Scottish Bishops, page 35, 146.