Simon de Quarrantilly, knight, makes known that there was a court case between himself and Lindores Abbey, over second teinds of his land of Crimond (ABD) and of Edingarroch (ABD) which he had by collation of Nobleman Earl John (of Huntingdon), in the presence of Master Abel, archdeacon of St Andrews, and the prior of May, papal judges-delegate, whereupon Simon has given and granted and by this present writing established to Lindores Abbey, for the said second teinds, 8s. annually in perpetuity at his house of Crimund on Martinmas. Moreover, he has renounced in perpetuity all right and claim that he had in the land of Tillykerrie (ABD), and has quitclaimed it in perpetuity.
Thursday 27 June 1252
Thursday after the feast of St John the Baptist, 1252. (not 1250 as SHS volume has)