Alan son of Roland, constable of the king of Scotland, has granted, and established by his charter, for the soul of Roland his father, and others, and for the welfare of his soul, to St Andrew’s Priory, Northampton, one ploughgate of land in his lordship of Lauderdale (Newbigging, BWK) namely, that which his mother, Helen de Morville, gave the monks, in free, pure and perpetual alms, with common pasture pertaining to that land, and with all pertinents, liberties and easements. He wills and grants that the monks will have this land free and quit from all exaction and custom, as the charter of his mother Helen bears witness and establishes.
January 1201 X circa 2 February 1234
Succession × death of Alan son of Roland
Source for Data Entry
Stringer, ‘Early Lords of Lauderdale’, 67, App. no. 7.
Stringer, Lauderdale, no. 7
Roland died in Northampton and was buried in St Andrew’s Priory there. Stringer, ‘Records of the Lords of Galloway’, 227