Malise, earl of Strathearn, announces that, as Inchaffray Abbey were accustomed to receive six marks annually from Belnello in the shire of Fowlis (PER) in the name of the earl’s second teinds, and seeing that they bore patiently the conferral of that land upon his brother Sir G[ilbert], he wills and grants to the same religious that the said six marks are to come from the rents of his holding of Abercairney (PER), by the hand of whoever holds that land, at the two terminals of Pentecost and Martinmas. Moreover, as he is indebted to the said religious for 36 pounds which he took from Brother Hugh at the time of the terrario of the same monastery from the money of the late Roger of ‘Colin’ [Clunie?], clerk, which money Roger gave in donation for the fabric of the abbey church, and in ten pounds which he borrowed from the same by letters of obligation, and also in 24 marks from the payment of the aforesaid 6 marks from the rents of the land of Belnello, by him to the canons for the previous four years. He also grants and wills that the canons should receive at the two aforenamed terminals, four marks annually from the rents of Abercairney, to pay off those debts.
4 April 1268
4 Apr., prob. 1268
St Ambrose’s Day, ‘1218’ (evidently a mistake for 1268).