It is the intent of the abbot and convent of Paisley to prove that all that land of ‘Monachkennaran’ (DNB?) over the River Clyde is unjustly alienated to Gilbert, son of Samuel, because the right ought to belong to the church of Kilpatrick (DNB), whence Gilbert sought to move it, and to revoke that land from the lawful right and property of the church of Kilpatrick. Witnesses were first produced by the abbot and convent against Gilbert on the Monday before the feast of St Matthew in the parish church of Irvine, in the year 1233. These jurors testified: Alexander son of Hugh, Thomas Gaskell, Dubgall son of Earl [Alwin II of Lennox]. Witnesses were secondly produced by the abbot and convent on the Saturday after the feast of St Martin, in the parish church of Ayr, in the same year. These jurors testified: Malcolm Beg, Anecol, Gillon, Gilbethoc, Fergus son of Cunningham, Hilary, Nehemiah, Ressin, Gillemuire, Ruadri Beg of Carrick, Rathel and Gilleconnel Manthac, brother of the earl of Carrick.