Robert of Meckphen, with the assent of Lady Soliva, his wife, and of their children, has given and granted and by this his charter established, to Inchaffray Abbey, in pure and perpetual alms, two tofts and four acres in the villa of ‘Kenandheni’ which is also called Dolpatrick (PER), that is, that toft in which Alan of Kintocher lived at the time when he gave his charter to them, with an acre that pertained to that toft, and with buildings on that toft, and the toft and land which lay between the house of Richard and the house of Maelsnacht, and that land which he added elsewhere in a field in order to make up the four acres, and pasture for 20 cows, 60 sheep and two horses, with all common easements of the villa of Dolpatrick, free and quit from all exaction and secular service.
11 April 1227 X 1234
According to C. Neville, this charter dates to the period when Brice of Dunning was steward of the earldom. Neville, Thesis, Chapter 4, p. 175. Apparently after _Dunf. Reg._, nos. 213 & 214, when Master Christian was in the service of Earl Malcolm I of Fife. See Watt, _Graduates_, 522.
Source for Data Entry
Neville, Acts of the Earls of Strathearn, Add. Chrs., no. 25