Richard, bishop of St Andrews, has given, granted and by this document confirmed to St Andrews Cathedral Priory the abbey of Lochleven with all its dependencies, namely, Kirkness with all its dependencies; half the toun of Auchterderran with its dependencies; the ecclesiastical toun of Scoonie and its dependencies; twenty measures of cheese and one pig from Markinch; twenty measures of cheese and four measures of malt and one pig from Auchmuir; twenty measures of barley from Balchristie [in Newburn, Fife]; twenty measures of cheese and one pig from [Wester] Bogie of Thorfin’s son; the teinds of the bishop’s house on the island and the teinds of all the revenues which the bishop is to receive at that house; books and ecclesiastical vestments and the rest belonging rightfully to the abbey.
28 March 1165 X 1169
Consecration of Bishop Richard × death of Gregory, bishop of Dunkeld.
Source for Data Entry
Scottish Episcopal Acta, i, no. 198 (formetly no. 199)
SEA, i, no. 198
This original charter (NRS, RH6/7) was not copied into the Register of St Andrews Cathedral Priory; another version of the same actum is to be found in the Register (St A. Lib., 175; cf. also 12), but is probably doctored. This actum is a renewal of the original gift of Bishop Robert (SEA, i, no. 132; [http://db.poms.ac.uk/record/source/1260/]).