When the lawsuit finally was moved between Abbot William and the convent of Arbroath, on one side, and Philip of Findon and Thomas, son of the thane of Cowie, on the other side, over the boundaries of their lands, in the full court of the justiciar, in the presence of Sir Hugh, bishop of Aberdeen, Sir Alexander Comyn, earl of Buchan and at that time Justiciar, Sir Reginald le Chen père, and many other kights and responsible men. In this way, the dispute was put to rest, amicably, by the counsel of both sides. For the good of the peace and final concord, the said abbot for himself and his convent, and the said Philip and Thomas, for themselves and their heirs, have granted that from the day of this court onward, forever, ‘Glacarethy’ until the burn of ‘Aldyny’ below the road, and from that road as far as ‘badvena’ and ascending until the ‘foth’ [foot?] of ‘Bodufygle’ shall be used and held in common by themselves and their successors. And this is recorded in the Justiciar Rolls of Kincardine.
30 April 1281
Wednesday, on the vigil of the Apostles Philip and James, 1281