William, bishop of St Andrews, for Paisley Priory; has given churches of Innerwick (ELO) and Legerwood (BWK), saving portions which shall remain for sustenance of vicars, which bishop has assessed and ordained by his authority, that is, that vicar of Innerwick shall have altarage with one acre of land from west part of cemetery, rendering to monks 7 marks for his pension, and vicar of Legerwood shall have all altarage besides land, saving possession of Robert, chaplain of king, who shall hold church for his lifetime, following what bishop, with assent of said monks, has ordained, rendering to monks £15 yearly for pension. The vicars shall also answer for episcopal dues and all ordinary burdens.
1209 X 1222
1209 × 1212
Succession of Master Laurence as archdeacon of St Andrews × Andrew of Moray not yet bishop of Moray; prob. because Andrew ceases to witness Bishop William's acta after 1212 (cf. Watt, _Graduates_, 408)