Archibald, bishop of Moray, by the good will and consent of his chapter, has granted, given, and by this his present charter established to John, archdeacon of Moray, the whole land of the church of ‘Logynfythenach’ (i.e. Edinkillie, MOR), with all the rights, easements and commodities pertaining to it, and being owed to pertain to it in posterity, to be held and had during his life, in pure and perpetual alms, following the tenor of the charter of the late Alexander, king of Scots, who gave and granted the land to the late Andrew, bishop of Moray and his successors, viz.: that John will manage to acquire a chaplain who is to celebrate a mass for the souls of King Alexander and his ancestors and successors, and Bishop Andrew and his successors, and all the faithful of Christ, in the church. And John will secure for the sustenance of the chaplain one mark from the vicar of Dyke (MOR), whoever he may be at the time, viz.: half at the feast of St Martin in winter, and the other half at the feast of Pentecost nearest following. Archibald promises warrandice.
Tuesday 25 February 1288
Tuesday nearest after the feast of St Mathias the apostle (24 Feb.) in the year of the lord 1287