Walter the baker of Perth and Hawise his wife, daughter and heir of the late Nicholas Pape, burgess of Perth, notify that in the dispute between themselves and Inchaffray Abbey over the land that was the late Nicholas Pape’s, which lies between the land of Geoffrey called ‘brother of John the dean’ and the land of Duncan called ‘of cellar’ which he holds at ferme from the said religious, in the full court of Perth, in front of Sir Robert, bishop of Dunblane, Sir William of Moray, knight, and the baillies of Perth, the matter was called into question concerning the rights which they believed they had in the said land, by letters of the king in the said curia. With the consent of both parties, the composition was agreed thus: Walter and Hawise his spouse have given and granted to the said religious all right and claim that they had in the said land, for a certain sum of money which the said religious gave them in their great need, which they have received.
22 August 1259 X 18 December 1284
prob. circa 1266×
Robert as bishop of Dunblane, Christin de l’Isle as sheriff of Perth