An agreement was formed between Abbot W[…] and the convent of Holyrood and Sir Roger de Quincy whereby Sir Roger demitted and granted to the canons all the teinds of grain of the parish church of Tranent (ELO). The canons shall consider a third free from multure; they will grind two parts at the mills of Tranent and Longniddry (ELO) until such time that anyone can grind up to 16 measures, and the canons shall grind the grain which is in hopper after Sir [Roger]. The remaining grain that they cannot grind there, they will grind it at the mill called ‘shirevis milne’; in addition, Roger granted and conceded to the canons the teinds of his mills at Tranent and Longniddry.
25 March 1222 X 24 March 1223
Source for Data Entry
Holyrood Liber, no. 62
Holy. Lib., no. 62
Printed from single sheet which was penes Lord Panmure in 1840, but was not among the Holyrood Charters deposited in SRO by Lord Dalhousie in 1955.