A dispute was moved between Sir Thomas of Rattray, knight, acting in the name of Christina, his wife, on one side, and the abbot and convent of Arbroath, on the other, over the bounds of the land of ‘Glencaueryn’ (Glencarity, in Lintrathen parish, ANG) of the aforesaid Thomas and Christina, and the land of Kingoldrum (ANG), of the aforesaid abbot and convent, before Sir Alexander Comyn, earl of Buchan, justiciar of Scotia, in the presence of Sir A[lbin], bishop of Brechin, Sir W[illiam], earl of Mar, chamberlain of the lord king, and others, cleric and lay, on ‘Coledunes’ in the territory of Kingoldrum, and was agreed amicably in the following manner. Thomas, acting as proxy for his wife Christina, in the presence of the lord justiciar, and his wife appearing personally, recognised in full court that they had no right in their claim, and they quitclaimed any right that they had or may have had to the abbot and convent in perpetuity, for the limits and boundaries named below, [by stated bounds]. The lord (Dom) abbot and Thomas made the sign of a cross on a stone. This agreement was inscribed in the ‘Capella Regis’ Rolls. Thomas and his wife have promised to procure this so that the monks may have the confirmation of the earl of Caithness concerning this quitclaim. The monks have given to them 30 marks in compensation for expenses.