William Comyn, in the presence of the lord king William and his court at Alyth, has quitclaimed in perpetuity to St Kentigern and to William bishop of Glasgow and his successors in perpetuity, all right that he said and believed he had in that land called Muckcroft (LAN), over which there was a lawsuit between William Comyn and Bishop William, with William Comyn saying it belonged to Kirkintilloch, and the bishop saying it belonged to Bedlay. He wills and by his charter grants that the bishop and his successors in perpetuity shall have and hold the land of Muckcroft with all its just pertinents, free and quit from him and his heirs in perpetuity.
February 1201 X 1 March 1202
Arrival in Scotland of Bp. William × royal confirmation (_RRS_, ii, no. 430).