Alan Durward, justiciar of Scotia, has given, granted, and by this his charter established, to the hospital he founded at Kincardine O’ Neil (ABD), two davochs of land, one called Sluie (ABD) and the other called Kincardine O’Neil, with two lands within the davoch of Kincardine O’Neil, namely ‘Pathkellok’ and Carlogie, by their right bounds, as perambulated in the presence of himself and of responsible men, stated in full herein, with all pertinents and easements. Moreover, he has given and granted to the said hospital for the support of the brothers, by the authority of Bishop P[eter] of Aberdeen, and the consent of the chapter of Aberdeen, the church of Kincardine O’Neil with all its just pertinents and two acres on which is situated the church of Lumphanan (ABD) with the right of patronage of that church with its chapel of ‘Forthery’, and with all teinds, rights, liberties and other pertinents, in free pure and perpetual alms. He and his heirs will do the forinsec service of the lord king pertaining to the said lands, in perpetuity. Moreover, he has granted that brothers who have died, except the master, will be substituted by the consent of the master or warden and brothers of the said hospital and the person who shall be elected shall be presented to him and to the bishop.
4 May 1250
On the morrow of the Feast of the Discovery of the Holy Cross, 1250.