An agreement is formed between Andrew, bishop of Moray, on one side, with the counsel and consent of the dean and chapter of the church of Moray, and Gillebrigte (or Gilbert), son of Gillebrigte late earl of Strathearn, on the other, whereby Gillebrigte will hold at feuferme from the bishop one half davoch of ‘Kyncarny’ (in modern parish of Duthil and Rothiemurcus, INV), by its right bounds, with all its just pertinents, for an annual render of three marks for all service and exaction, half at Pentecost and half at Martinmas, making forinsec service to the lord king. If the land is destroyed by war, according to the arbitration of good men, the rent will be reduced. Saving also to the bishop all the native men (neyfs) of the said land. If Gillebrigte or his heirs presume to act against this agreement, they shall owe the bishop of Moray 10 marks.
12 September 1232
1232, 1 Idus Sept.
Source for Data Entry
Neville, Acts of the Earls of Strathearn, Add. Chrs., no. 13.