David of Lindsey, son of David of Lindsey, in compensation for the teinds of four acres of land in the feu of Tarsappie (PER), which the illustrious King A[lexander II] of Scotland granted to his mother to construct a monastery there, which teinds the monks remitted to his mother and the nuns who would serve in that place, has given, granted, and by this his present charter established a half stone of wax or 20d. annually on the feast of the Nativity of the BVM at Dunfermline to Dunfermline Abbey. He subjects himself to the jurisdiction of the bishop of St Andrews.
1220 X 1241
prob. × 1238
Death of David I of Lindsey × death of David II of Lindsey (see _CDS_ i, no. 1525). Geoffrey III, prior of Dunfermline, became abbot in ‘1238’. Also note that this charter apparently predates _Dunf. Reg._, no. 191.