William son of Earl Patrick of Dunbar, with the assent and wish of his spouse Christina, daughter and heiress of Walter Corbet, has granted, and established by his charter, to Kelso Abbey in free, pure and perpetual alms, a certain land called ‘Colpinhope’ [Coldsmouth?], with a mill, pastures and other easements, adjacent to the said land, by its right bounds, granted and established by Sir Walter Corbet his (William’s) predecessor, and by said Christina his spouse, by stated bounds. Moreover, he has granted to the same monks all easements of his villa of Shotton (Northumberland) with easements and pasture.
circa 1200 X 31 December 1232
Floruits of grantor, Bernard of Hawden and Master Stephen of Lilliesleaf × death of Earl Patrick (I) of Dunbar