David, king of Scots, has seen and diligently inspected a charter of William of Troup, son and heir of the late John of Troup. [Charter of William of Troup to John Gray, lord of Broxmouth, of the land of Criggie (KCD).] The king approves and ratifies its articles and confirms them to John Gray, saving his service.
8 September 1356
8 Sept., regnal year 27. Following A.A.M. Duncan in SHR 68 (1989), the regnal year calculation of this document is probably short one year, although it is possible that it was correct and thus datable to 1355.