Patrick, earl of Dunbar, for Newbattle Abbey; has granted half ploughgate of land called Southrig in holding of South Hailes (ELO), which is divided in four according to stones used for boundaries. He grants in augmentation of that half ploughgate of land, the whole half of that land which lies between exit which monks have for 300 sheep given them by Oliver, uncle of Sir Adam Fraser son of Odard Fraser, up to pasture towards ‘Dunpeldre’ and Southrig. Moreover, he grants them and establishes pasture for 100 sheep in holding of Southrig in addition to the pasture for 300 sheep in common pasture of Southrig which they have by gift of Oliver. They are to have all 400 sheep in common pasture of South Hailes, as charter of Adam Fraser establishes and bears witness, saving his service from said Adam.
circa 1200 X 31 December 1232
ca.1220, not 1209×13
Floruit of William son of Earl Patrick × death of Earl Patrick (I). William, son of the earl, was a hostage in England between 1209 and 1213.