William son of Ketell of Perth, his wife Eda, and his daughter Wymark, by common consent, after many plaints in the chapter at St Andrews, diverted together by their Christianity, have quitclaimed in perpetuity to Scone Abbey, that toft in the South Street of Perth which was Alan of the Bridge’s, which William had held of the aforesaid abbot and canons in feu, although the rent on many occasions was detained, and because the son of the aforesaid William and Eda his wife, Robert by name, was absent and outwith the kingdom, the abbot and convent have found the following pledges: Simon de Camera, William son of Joel, and James son of Ketell. Witnesses who swore before those present: Denis, dean of Forfar; Master John of Perth; Henry son of Geoffrey; Simon de Camera; William son of Joel; James son of Uhtred; James son of Ketel; Henry Bald, goldsmith; William of Lynn; William son of Serlo; Richard son of Andrew; John son of David; Richard, nepos of Master John. Sealed by Dennis the dean and Master John. Henry son of Geoffrey, alderman of Perth, by consent of the other burgesses at the petition of the aforesaid William son of Ketell, appended the seal of the commune of Perth.
1209 X 1245
perhaps circa 1212 × 1231
Dates are those of Denis as dean of Forfar; Master John of Perth only definitely appears before 1231.