H[ugh], abbot of Jedburgh, and ‘L.’ [sic Robert], archdeacon of Glasgow, notify that in the case called before them, as papal judges-delegate of Pope Innocent III concerning the teinds and parochial rights of ‘Addockis Ket’ and ‘Siwynis Ket’ (ELO) and the chapel there, decided between Alan, persona of Crichton (MLO) for one part and the abbot and monks of Dunfermline and Nigel the clerk for the other part, in the presence of the judges, it was agreed amicably between them in this manner, that the said Keith and the chapel shall belong to the church of Crichton in perpetuity, saving the rights of Nigel, the clerk, as long as he shall reside there. And the church of Crichton shall pay annually to Dunfermline, after the death of N[igel] one mark. N[igel] and his successors shall provide an oath of faith to Dunfermline as other clerics of the same place [did].
7 August 1205 X 16 July 1216
Death of Abbot Ralph of Jedburgh × (as dated in Fasti and Dunf. Syllabus; but Innocent mentioned as III so could be after his death?)