Watt, Graduates, 127: Adam of Crookdake (Crokedayk) was from Cumberland, taking his name from Cookdale, Broomfield parish, where he is buried. He is found as Master from 1271-2, and was chosen by Robert Bruce (d.1295) as an auditor in the Great Cause of 1291-2. He appears mostly in England, but spent time in the service of Robert Bruce. He died just before 20 March 1304/5. He had a son John, his heir, and another, Alexander. He also had two daughters, Juliana and Christina (or Alice).