H[enry], abbot of Kelso, ‘G.’ [sic Thomas], prior of Coldingham; R[…], prior of Kelso, notify that in 1212, in the case called between Abbot P[atrick] and the convent of Dunfermline and Philip de Mowbray and his wife, Galiena, concerning the church of Inverkeithing (FIF) before papal judges [the abbot of Kelso and prior of Coldingham] delegated by Pope Innocent [III], whose letters they recite here, the suit was settled thus. In the presence of Lady Ermengarde, queen of Scots and Sir William, bishop of St Andrews, at Edinburgh, on the last day of May, it was settled that Philip de Mowbray and Galiena, his wife, conceded and quitclaimed in perpetuity to Dunfermline Abbey all the teinds of wheat which pertain to the church of Inverkeithing, to hold in free, pure and perpetual alms of Philip, Galiena and their heirs. Philip and Galiena also warrant the teinds against all men. The abbot and convent of Dunfermline quitclaimed to Philip and his wife the right of patronage of the church, saving to them all the teinds of wheat as contained in their charter. The clerics instituted in the church, at the presentation of Philip de Mowbray, shall answer for the episcopal dues and all other burdens.