Bishop David of St Andrews settles the dispute between Lindores Abbey and Sir Henry of Denmuir, knight, concerning the service of the chapel of Denmuir. The parties appeared before him on 2 June 1248 at his synod at Perth and the dispute was settled thus. The abbot and convent shall give yearly 25s. to Sir Henry for the maintenance of a chaplain in the chapel, to be paid by the chaplain from the mother church of Abdie (FIF), 12s. at Martinmas and 12s. at Pentecost, saving the rights of the mother church. All the parishioners of Denmuir, except the familia of Sir Henry, are to go to the mother church three times a year, on Christmas, Easter and St Andrews Day, and receive their sacraments. Henry shall cause the chapel to be served and find all things necessary for the chaplain who celebrates service there. Henry shall not demand anything from Lindores Abbey except the said 25s. Both parties pledged themselves in the hand of Master Andrew of Aberdeen, then official of St Andrews.