Pope Innocent III writes to the abbot and canons of Cambuskenneth, taking the church and the goods belonging to them, or which they might in future acquire into his protection, in particular, the churches of Kirkton (St Ninians) (STL) and Clackmannan (CLA), with the chapels, teinds, lands and pertinents, the churches of Kinclavin (PER), Tillicoultry (CLA), Kincardine [in Menteith] (PER), Blairgowrie (PER), Glenisla (ANG), Alva (CLA), Kirkintilloch (DNB), Crail (FIF) and Tullibody, the villas of Cambuskenneth and Kettlestoun (WLO), with the mill there, the lands of Cowie (STL), the Carse (STL) and Bandeath (STL), with the forest there, Tullibody (CLA), and the island called Redinche, situated between Tullibody and Polmaise, the land near the bank of the Forth between Polmilna (Polmaise?) and the road leading down from Stirling to the ships, one toft in the burgh of Stirling and another in Linlithgow, the cain of one ship at Stirling, one net in the water of the Forth, 20 ‘cudermis’ of cheese of the king’s rent at Stirling, one saltpan and the land pertaining to it, the fisheries of the Carse and of Tullibody, the immunities in regard to tolls and customs which the kings granted, 40s. of the king’s rent at Stirling, the fishing between Cambuskenneth and Polmaise, the half of hides, fat and tallow of the animals slaughtered for the king at Stirling, the mill of Clackmannan, 50s. of the king’s cain in Perth, one toft in the same villa, one toft in the burgh of Crail (FIF), a half ploughgate of land with common pasture in Pitcorthie (FIF), one toft in Haddington, one mark in Crail, the teinds of all the king’s pleas and profits of Stirling, Stirlingshire and Callendar, the teinds of the farm or rent of Stirlingshire, one toft in Renfrew, one fishing in the water of Renfrew, the whole of Deuglie (PER), one ploughgate in ‘Byning’ (prob. Binny, WLO), 4 oxgangs in Lundin (FIF) with the meadow and easements there, one toft in Ayr (AYR), 2 oxgangs in Dunipace (STL), and two oxgangs in the villa of Innermethin.