Robert, king of Scots, has given his beloved and faithful James son of Donnsléibhe, for his homage and service, seven and a half old marklands (‘senemargis’) of his lordship of Kintyre (ARG), namely one old markland and one quarter of ‘Ardayardill’ (Airds, in Carrdale), one half old markland of Ugadale, one old markland of ‘Ardinlochu’, one old markland of Ardnacross, one and a half old marklands of Kilkeddan, three quarters of an old markland of Gartgreillan and of ‘Arngaffs’, a quarter part and an eighth part of an old markland of Grianan between the land of the abbot of Iona and the land of ‘Ardcardell’ (Airds, in Carradale), one old markland of Peninver, and eighth of an old markland of Laggan lying near Peninver; in feu and heritage, for the forinsec service of one ship of 26 oars with men and victuals.
25 March 1306 X 7 June 1329
24 June 1314 ×
inauguration × death of King Robert I; prob. after battle of Bannockburn