Walter son of Alan, steward of the king of Scotland, has given, granted, and by this his present charter established to Paisley Priory, for the souls of Henry (I), king of England, King David, King Mael Coluim and Earl Henry and all his dead ancestors, and for the welfare of his lord King William, and of David his brother, and himself and his wife, in perpetual alms, and free and quit from all temporal service, the church of Innerwick (ELO) with all its pertinents, and all of the mill, except one mark which he gave to Robert of Kent, and one ploughgate of land for their support which he has assigned between the sea and the church of Innerwick, and the church of Legerwood (BWK) with all its pertinents, and a ploughgate of land in Hassendean which Walter the chaplain held, and the church of Cathcart (RNF) with all its pertinents, and all the churches of Strathgryfe (i.e., Renfrewshire), with all their pertinents, except the church of Inchinnan (RNF). Moreover, he has given them and granted and by this his charter established the teinds of all his pennies from all his renders in all his land, except Kyle (i.e., Kyle Stewart, AYR).
25 December 1165 X 25 March 1173
Inauguration of King William × Pope Alexander III confirmation; prob. × episcopal confirmation by Richard, bishop of St Andrews