Robert de Brus V, lord of Annandale, for his soul and that of his spouse Isabella, has given, granted, and by his charter established, to Lindores Abbey, their land which is called villa of William [Williamston] in the Garioch, which lies between the monks’ lands of ‘Lethgaven’ and Wrangham, and their land of Boynds next to Caskieben in the parish of Inverurie, in exchange for the second teinds that the abbey was accustomed to receive from their lands, pleas, etc., beyond the Mounth in Garioch, by gift of Earl David, their grandfather, in free, pure and perpetual alms, free from all service, servitude, exaction and secular demand.
circa 7 August 1261 X 29 August 1261
Abbot Thomas’ charter of quitclaim of the second teinds survives in The National Archives in Kew (DL 27/39), dating to 7 Aug. (see also _CDS_, i, no. 2267); the agreement was confirmed by the king on 29 August (HLA3, no. 33).