Henry de Mundeville signifies that by sworn oath and the present script he is bound to the abbot and convent of Drybrugh for himself and his heirs that at no time shall the mother church of Channelkirk (BWK) be prejudiced by the chapel constructed in his court of Glengelt, but he shall establish all manner of obventions to the church of Channelkirk according to the tenor of the charter by the abbot and convent of Dryburgh concerning the divine celebrations in the said chapel, collated to him. He has also given and granted to Dryburgh Abbey three acres of land in his territory of Glengelt next to those seven acres of land which they hold by gift of Sir Ivo de Vieuxpont his ancestor, on the east side of the church of Channelkirk, in pure and perpetual alms.
prob. mid-13th century
Ivo de Vieuxpont’s charter (_Dryb. Lib._, no. 76) × some time after