Gilbert de Umfraville, earl of Angus, has given, granted and by his charter established to Alexander of Allardice one davoch of land, called Inverquharity (ANG), in the feu of Kirriemuir (ANG), for his homage and service, in feu and heritage, the same Alexander and Walter his son and heir, and the legitimate heirs of Walter, procreated of his body, by its right bounds, with the breweries pertaining to that land, for an annual rent of 1d. on the feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, at Kirriemuir (ANG), for all secular service, exaction or demand, and making the forinsec service to the lord king that pertains to one davoch of land.
12 October 1271
Monday before St Luke’s Day, 1271.
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Source for Data Entry
Fraser, Douglas, iii, Additional Charters, no. 286
Douglas, iii, no. 286
NAS, GD 205/1/1
Presumably Ballindalloch Castle in Strathspey near Bridge of Avon, but perhaps the place of the same name in Menteith.