Robert, king of Scots, has given his beloved relative Duncan, earl of Fife, for his homage and service, all the underwritten lands and baronies, namely, the barony of Onele in the sheriffdom of Aberdeen (Kincardine O’Neil, ABD), the barony of Kinnoull in the sheriffdom of Perth, the barony of Calder (Calder-Comitis) in the sheriffdom of Edinburgh; holding by Duncan and the legitimate heirs of his body, with the homages and services of freeholders, advowsons of churches, bondsmen and bondages, neyfs and their offspring, mills and multures, etc., in feu and heritage, for service owed and wont. If Duncan has no legitimate bodily heirs, the king wills that all the aforesaid shall fall to Thomas Randolph, earl of Moray, and his legitimate heirs.
circa 23 August 1315
probably at same time as Earl Duncan’s agreement with King Robert: see RRS, v, no. 72