Andrew a Scottish prelate, was elected bishop OF CAITHNESS in 1150, and was the first bishop of that see. He was bishop there in the reign of king David I, and was witness to a donation by this prince to the Monastery of Dunfermline, and was also witness to the same king's donation of Lochleven, etc., in the time of Robert bishop of St. Andrews. He was bishop there in the time of king William, and of Matthew, and the two Simons, bishops of Aberdeen, Moray, anid Dunblane., He was also witness to the erection of the Monastery of Abroath. He was present at the Council of Northampton in 1176. He probably died Dec. 30, 1184. See Keith, Scottish Bishops, p. 205.