Gilbert called ‘of Fintray’, burgess of Aberdeen, has given, granted and by this his present charter established to the Carmelite Friary of Aberdeen an annual rent of 3s. 6d. from that land which Alexander son of Hugh Crine holds of him at feuferme in ‘le Grene’ street in the burgh of Aberdeen on the south side of the street between the land of John his son-in-law on the east side and the land of Walter Belle on the west side, which rent he has assigned for the quittance of the rent for which the friars are held to the lord king for those lands which they have in the burgh of Aberdeen, until such time as a relaxation of the said rent is effected by the lord king, in which case, he assigns the said rent for the provisioning of a stone of wax to illuminate the [altar of] the Blessed Virgin Mary in the said house.
Monday 11 February 1275
Monday before the feast of St Valentine the Martyr, 1274.