Saer de Quincy, earl of Winchester, makes known that Duncan son of Hamelin and Adam his heir have quitclaimed in his full court at Leuchars, all right that they had or could have had in the land of Abbots Deuglie (PER) and have resigned all their charters which they had from him. Earl Saher, with the concession and assent of Robert his son, in the presence of the said Duncan, and with Duncan consenting for himself and his heirs, has given and granted and by his charter established the whole land of Abbots Deuglie to Cambuskenneth Abbey, in free, pure and perpetual alms, by the same bounds by which his grandfather Ness son of William, held it, and with all its other just pertinents.
13 March 1207 X Spring 1219
perhaps × 1211
Succession of Earl Saer × his departure on crusade; perhaps around the same time as previous charter
Source for Data Entry
Cambuskenneth Registrum, no. 73
Camb. Reg., no. 73
This charter is witnessed by William, earl of Salisbury, known as ‘Longespée’, an illegitimate son of Henry II and Ida de Tosny. See Matthew Strickland, ‘Longespée , William (I), third earl of Salisbury (b. in or before 1167, d. 1226)’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, Sept 2004; online edn, Oct 2006