Duncan, earl of Fife, has given, granted and by his charter established to St Andrews Priory the chapel of Kettle (FIF) with land, teinds, oblations, and rights pertaining to the chapel, without reclamation by his heirs, holding perpetually in alms.
1154 X 1178
Death of Earl Duncan I × royal confirmation (_RRS_, ii, no. 151), which is dated by death of Walter de Bidun, the chancellor in 1178, prob. after 14 Oct. The witness lists to Duncan's charters anent Kettle, Cupar, Markinch and Nydie (nos. 22, 23, 24, 26) are very similar, and may suggest they were drawn up at or around the same time.
Source for Data Entry
St Andrews Liber, 243
St A. Lib., 243
Dunecanus Comes de Fif is missing from the printed edition but clearly there in the original.
NLS, Adv. MS 15.1.18, no. 70.