John son of Richard was probably a brother of Geoffrey son of Richard of Inverkunglas (<em>C.A. Chrs.</em>, no. 44; <em>C.A. Rent.</em>, no. 69). Invertiel was part of the lands of Balwearie, which were held by the Inverkunglas family at this time. Roger de Mortimer, who witnesses this act, was certainly dead by 1227, and ceases his frequent charter attestations around 1217.
in feu and heritage; in free marriage; of me and my heirs
Tenendas original language
in liberum maritagium
de me et heredibus meis in feodo et in hereditate