Robert of Lanark, subdean of the church of Glasgow, and Robert of Edinburgh, canon of Glasgow, vice-deputies of the abbot of Kilwinning, papal judge-delegate, in the case between the abbot and convent of Paisley and Maelmuire, called Hobolan, perpetual vicar of Kilfinan (ARG), make known that Sir Isaac, monk of Paisley, procurator of the said abbot and convent had proposed before them in court that Maelmuire the vicar unjustly and without known cause deprived the said abbot and convent of the penny land of Kilmory at Lochgilphead (ARG) and the chapel of Blessed Mary founded on the same land, in which they had been in peaceful possession for a certain time, the said vicar confessed before the vice-deputies in court whence the judges decreed the settlement to the procurator of the abbot and convent and commanded restitution to them of the possession the said penny land and chapel with all its pertinents; and the vicar resigned by solemn assent and spontaneous wish all right which he had or could have in the said land and chapel with all its pertinents, into the hands of the procurator, and granted that if at another time, other instruments are discovered that make mention of the land, they may be invalid and void. At the instance of the judges, the abbot and convent, having mercy on the vicar, granted to him the penny land with all its pertinents to hold at ferme for all his life, paying yearly to the monastery of Paisley, within eight days of the market of Glasgow, a half mark. The vicar renounced for himself and his all benefices of right, and all letters obtained and to be obtained, and the privileges of cross-bearing and cross-bearing granted or to be granted, and especially the benefit of restitution in full, reserving to the judges judicial power, subjecting himself to the jurisdiction and power of the judges.
16 June 1268 X 27 August 1268
16 June or 27 Aug., 1268
Monday before the feast of St John the Baptist, does not specify the Nativity or the Decollation