Laurence, dean of Carrick, Richard, dean of Cunningham, and Alan, master of the schools of Ayr indicate to William, bishop of Glasgow, that they were made papal judges-delegate in a certain case called between the abbot and convent of Paisley and Gilbert, son of Samuel, of Renfrew, concerning that land of ‘Monachkennaran’ (DNB) which Gilbert held and still holds. They have approved the intention of the abbot and convent and adjudged possession to them, by the counsel of prudent men and skilled judges, and they condemn Gilbert to pay the expenses, that is £30 which was pledged from the monks’ part and which was valued and moderated by the judges. The judges thus entrust the bishop to execute their settlement against Gilbert by ecclesiastical censure.
12 November 1233 X 25 April 1235
_Pais. Reg._, 166-68 (dated Saturday after the feast of St Martin, 1233) × _Pais. Reg._, 170-71 (feast of St Mark the evangelist, 1235)