Brother Bernard, abbot of Arbroath, and the convent of the same place have given, granted and by the present charter assigned, by the unanimous consent of their whole chapter, all the garbal teinds of the little villa of 'Crofergi' [Culfargie, PER?] to Master Roger of Ballinbreich, rector of the church of Blairgowrie, which pertained to them by reason of the monks’ church of Abernethy (PER), to be received by him and converted for his use annually, for the whole time of his life, for his faithful service, council, aid and labour to the monks and their monastery, as often as the monks may have required it to be expended, and also [so that] he may have been interceded for or legitimately safeguarded by them. Additionally, they granted to the same Master Roger, as often as he may wish to come to their monastery, decent maintenance in the food and drink, viz.: just as one of their monks and for one wardrobe, two grooms, and two horses, just as the wardrobes, grooms and horses of the abbot [are maintained], and the monks promise [this] by a solemn statement in good faith. And in relation to his service of faithfulness, Master Roger presented an oath to the monks, as fully contained in certain letters marked by his seal.
Tuesday 13 November 1313
Tuesday on the feast of Saint Brice the bishop and confessor (13 November) in the year of grace 1313