Robert, king of Scots, has [given, granted, and?] confirmed to his beloved and faithful Henry called ‘Buttirwambe’, for his homage and service, all the land of Tullyneddie beside Clunie (PER) which was the late William of Clunie’s, and which William resigned by staff and baton, and which he later infefted hereditarily to Angus son of Ewen [filii Eugenii = MacEwen?], and which Angus resigned by staff and baton in front of the magnates of the realm at Perth; holding by Henry and his heirs or assigns in feu and heritage, with sake and soke, pit and gallows, toll and team, infangenthef, for the service of one sergeand with hauberk on horseback, and making forinsec service pertaining to the land.
25 March 1306 X 7 June 1329
24 June 1314 ×
inauguration × death of King Robert I; prob. after battle of Bannockburn