Indenture of St. Benedict’s day, 1299, recording an agreement between Coupar Angus and Adam of Glenballoch whereby Adam rents to the monks all his land of Drimmie (PER) with the mill and all the usual pertinents of the mill, except only the demense of Glenballoch (PER), for a term of eleven years from Martinmas, 1299, for a certain sum. Adam and his heirs will do military service in respect of that land and free it from all burdens. Provision is made to cover the destruction or laying waste of the land by war, the erection of new buildings, compensation for straying animals and the alienation or pledging of the land only with the consent of the abbot and convent. Adam places himself and his heirs under the jurisdiction of the dean of Dunkeld and other ecclesiastical ordinaries within whose jurisdiction they may fall for the observance of these terms and finds pledges.
21 March 1300
in the year of the lord 1299 at the feast of St Benedict the abbot in March