Sir Gregory, master of nuns, and Froelina, prioress of South Berwick, with consent of chapter in presence of Brother James, confessor of pope and chaplain of Holy See, legate in Scotland, renounce all rights that they had in church of Gullane (ELO) when complaint was called before legate between nuns for one part and abbot and convent of Dryburgh Abbey and William de Vaux for other, saving to all that they held at time of lawsuit in parish of same church and saving all garbal teinds of Kingston which they will have and will pay after death of William de Vaux, persona of Gullane. They have sworn in presence of legate that they will move against none of canons of Dryburgh regarding church of Gullane. They have resigned all charters and instruments that they have concerning church into hands of said legate, who has established this resignation by his authority.
circa 15 April 1221
On or soon before 15 Apr. 1221
Made in the presence of James the legate, who confirmed it on 15 Apr. 1221 (_Dyrburgh Liber_, no. 36)