Laurence son of Guy, with the good will and assent of Henry his son and heir, and of all his other children, has sold and granted and by this his charter established to Balmerino Abbey, one land of his which he held of the lord bishop of Dunkeld in the villa of Perth in the street which leads to the Inch; that is, that which is nearer, which Gilbert the Small gave him with his daughter in marriage, lying between the land of Dernulf the dyer and Alan the tanner, rendering annually to the lord bishop of Dunkeld and his successors one pound of pepper on the feast of St Peter in chains (1 Aug.). And because he does not have his own seal, at the petition of himself and his heirs, the common seal of the town of Perth was attached to this document in the presence of the grieves and of all the good men of the whole villa.
13 December 1229 X 24 March 1232
Foundation of abbey × episcopal confirmation (_Balm. Lib._, no. 26; ‘1231’).
Source for Data Entry
Balmerino Liber, no. 25
Balm. Lib., no. 25
Confirmed by Bishop Geoffrey of Dunkeld, 1231 (Balm. Lib., no. 26).