Walter Hose, for the soul of his father and of his mother, and for the salvation of his ouwn soul and of his heirs' and brothers, with the advice of his friends, he has given and granted, and made firm by this his charter, to St James and St Mirin and St Milburga and the monks of Paisley, in free, quiet and pure alms, the church of Craigie (AYR) in his land, to wit, in Kyle, with all its pertinents with one ploughgate of land, namely, half which his father gave to Paisley Abbey, and half a ploughgate of land which he himself gave afterwards to the same church in free alms, by the same bounds by which John Hose, his brother, persona of that church, held the same half ploughgate of land of him. The said John shall hold the same church just as before as long as he lives; and if he should wish to take up the religious life, or if he should die, then the said church shall remain free and quit with the monks of Paisley. In recognition of this alms, John shall give yearly to the said monks three pennyworth of iron.
25 March 1173 X 1177
Papal confirmation of Pope Alexander III × death of Walter son of Alan the steward.