Gregory, bishop of Brechin, German, prior of Restenneth, and Denis, dean of Angus, recite letters of Pope Honorius III appointing them papal judges-delegate in the case between William, rector of the church of Gullane, and Walter, knight of Congalton concerning the parochial rights of the said church and other things. By the authority of this mandate, they cited Walter of Congalton, knight, to appear before them and respond to William of Gullane, rector of the church of Gullane, where by both parties consented to William, bishop of St Andrews so that peace could be ordained between the church of Gullane and the chapel of Congalton and between the said William and Walter, in the presence of John de Vaux, patron, and William de Vaux, persona in the following manner: That William, rector of the church of Gullane shall find a chaplain at his expense to serve in the chapel of Congalton, saving to the mother church oblations and obventions, and saving to the rector of Gullane the lands assigned in the territory of Congalton and East Fenton with one toft in Congalton and two tofts in East Fenton, and with free malt in East Fenton with the mill and common pasture in both villas, in free, pure and perpetual alms. The said knight, his wife, and men living in the villa of Congalton shall come to the mother church of Gullane thrice yearly to hear services and take the sacraments.
21 March 1224 X 18 March 1227
Appointment of papal judges delegate × death of Pope Honorius III