Sir Colin Campbell was knighted in 1280, and killed in 1296. There was no ‘King’ in Scotland from 1286 to 1292. The charter is probably of about 1295. ‘Duncan son of Ameledy’ and ‘Donald MacAnecol’ both appear in an Inhibition of 1294 in Paisley Registrum, p. 203 (Lamont Papers, p. 8).
in feu and heritage
Tenendas original language
in feodo et hereditate
saving forinsec service; saving king's common aid; saving suit of court
Exemptions original language
Faciendo [...] forinsecum servicium domini regis et eius auxilium et [...] sectam in curiam meam de Ardrorkynryke at tria placita per annum