Abbot Archibald and convent of Dunfermline make known that Archibald, son of W[illiam] of Douglas, with counsel of friends, and on account of money which Thomas, son of Edward of Restalrig, and his friends gave him, in full chapter of Dunfermline quitclaimed land of Hailes (Colinton, MLO) which he held of Dunfermline. Dunfermline Abbey, after this quitclaim, has given Thomas, son of Edward of Restalrig, said land of Hailes. Their brother is to be returned and will be accepted for burial at Dunfermline after his death as soon as part of money and property is produced.
14 October 1178 X 1198
Death of Abbot Geoffrey (II) × death of Abbot Archibald. Note that Thomas appears mostly after ca. 1209. Archibald Douglas is found as late as 1238, suggesting that both Archibald and Thomas were fairly young at this point.
Source for Data Entry
Dunfermline Registrum, no. 300
Dunf. Reg., no. 300
*Check the last sentence? Brother of Dunfermline Abbey, or mistake for brother of person mentioned in text?