Eustace de Vescy has given, granted and by this present charter established to Kelso Abbey, in free, pure and perpetual alms, 20 shillings annually from the mill of Sprouston (ROX) which he holds, taken from the teinds of mill, for illumination of the church of Kelso, two-thirds at the midpoint of Pentecost and the other one-third at the midpoint of the feast of Saint Martin. Kelso received his, his wife, his heirs and all his ancestors and successors into the fraternity and fellowship of the church of Kelso, they absolved the soul of his father, his mother and the souls of his ancestors and successors and they made them participants in all the spiritual benefit which occur and will occur in the monastery of Kelso perpetually.
18 September 1202 X 13 March 1214
prob. same day as no. 210
the bishop of St Andrews with a chaplain called Edward was William Malveisin (postulated 18.9.1202) x John of Maxwell successor in office as sheriff of Roxburgh