Alexander Bishop of Ross

Alexander Bishop Of Ross, in Scotland, was promoted to that see in 1357. and was bishop there in the thirtieth year of king David II (1359). He was bishop when king Robert II came to the crown. In August, 1404, he was witness to a charter by Isabel, countess of Mar and Garrioch, to Alexander Stewart, eldest son to Alexander earl of Buchan, granted upon the contract of marriage between them, and to an instrument in consequence thereof on Sept. 9 following; also to a charter and precept of seisin relative to the same on Dec. 9. Alexander was contemporary with Alexander bishop of Aberdeen and William Keith. See Keith, Scottish Bishops, p. 188.

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