[COLDINGHAM EXTENT CONT.] LAMBERTON SUPERIOR (BWK): In Lamberton superior are six ploughgates of land with tofts. Lord Ingram de Guines held one ploughgate of land with tofts, paying in rent to the Prior of Coldingham 4s yearly. He owed homage and suit. Out of this ploughgate William of Lamberton held six oxgangs. And Lord William was at peace. Lord Henry of Halliburton, who was betrothed to the heiress of Mordington, held two ploughgates paying to the Prior 5s per year in rent. He owes homage and suit. Henry of the Orchard held one ploughgate paying to the Prior annually ... He owed homage and suit. John of the Orchard held a half ploughgate from Henry of the Orchard for the term of his life. William of Hessewell held a half ploughgate paying to the Prior annually... He owes homage and suit. It is known that Lord Ingram de Guines made a fine of 40s for the multure of the whole toun of Lamberton , because they were wont to grind their corn at the mill of Ayton. And the whole toun of Lamberton used to perform 45 works at the manor of Ayton every year. The brewhouse belongs to Lord Ingram.