Maldoven, earl of Lennox, with the consent and assent of Malcolm, his son and heir, has given, granted, and established by this his present charter, to Sir David of Graham, that ploughgate of land in Lennox called ‘Mukeraw’ (Muckcroft, STL), which Luke formerly held from him at ferme when he was dean; to hold in perpetuity, with all its pertinents, liberties and easements; doing the forinsec service of the lord king, as pertains to a ploughgate of land in the Lennox, for all services, customs, aids, exactions and demands. He has also granted to the said David that he should not make suit of court at his court of Lennox, unless annually at the three chief pleas, and that he may have his baillies come if he cannot attend in person. He is to hold the land at ferme by the same bounds by which Luke held it.
30 September 1234 X 27 December 1253
Last reference to Michael, dean of Lennox (Luke’s predecessor) × royal confirmation (1/8/21)