William, son of Bernard, has given, granted and by his present charter established to Arbroath Abbey 2 oxgangs called ‘Rath’ in Catterline (KCD), namely 7 acres adjoining ‘Rath’ on the north and 19 acres on the seacoast, called ‘Treiglas’, as perambulated in presence of Philip de Maleville, sheriff of the Mearns, William, chaplain of Catterline, Robert the steward, Utting of Balcathie, Alan Homel, Walter son of Osbert, Geoffrey son-in-law of Simon the priest, Peter Marshall, Isaac, burgess of Arbroath and many others, in pure and perpetual alms, free and quit from all army service and expedition, and other aids, gelds, works and wards, pleas and plaints, and other customs, services, from multure, and all secular exaction. He and his heirs in perpetuity will acquit and respond for all services and accidents pertaining to that land.
17 February 1215 X 8 June 1222
perhaps × 11 Nov. 1221
Royal grand confirmation (_Arbroath Liber_, i, no. 100) × royal confirmation (_Arbroath Liber_, i, no. 126); perhaps × letter of Brice judex, in which Robert ‘senescallus’ of Inverkeillor is sheriff.