John de Vaux has granted, and by his charter established, to Dryburgh Abbey and the church of St Nicholas of Elbottle that donation which his father made to them in perpetual alms concerning the church of Gullane (ELO), as collated in his charter, in free, pure and perpetual alms, for the welfare of his lord, Alexander, king of Scots, and others, saving possession of William de Vaux [i.e. the rector of the church], his brother during his lifetime.
circa 16 April 1221 X 26 April 1267
perhaps × 8 Aug. 1223
_Dry. Lib._, no.23 × attestation of John’s successor, Alexander de Vaux; _Glas. Reg._, no.219; perhaps × _Dryb. Lib._ no. 267