Archibald, bishop of Moray, states that because William of Fedderate and Lady Christina of Moray, his wife, will make amends to the bishop and his church for all the arrears and payment failures in which the bishop, the chapter and their church were owed by reason of the diminished annual pension which William and Christina were responsible for rendering for the land of Logie near the church of Duffus (MOR), and for the land of le Hermitdykes, and for the foundation or establishment of a mill in the bishop’s tenement of Auchter Spynie, and additionally, for the outpouring of blood and injury shed by Christina and him within the church of Duffus during the most recent the vigil of All Saints Day, he therefore thoroughly revokes all sentence of sequestration or deprivation of sasine, which he brought forward against William and Christina concerning the aforesaid lands and mill, giving and granting, by the good will and assent of his chapter, that William of Fedderate and Lady Christina, and additionally the heirs of Christina, may have, hold and possess the lands and mill just as any charter of sasine or infeftment records. William and Christina will annually render two shillings of sterling during the feast of the nativity of blessed John the Baptist, and they will provide the forinsec service of the king if it should pertain to the said lands. Additionally, the bishop promises that he and his successors will look after their rights.
Saturday 30 October 1294
Saturday nearest before the feast of All Saints (1 Nov.) in the year of the lord 1294