Malise, earl of Strathearn, has given, granted, and established by his charter, to Sir David of Graham, his whole lands of Kincardine (PER), Coul (PER), Cloan (PER), Foswell (PER), Pairney (PER) and Bardrill (PER), with all their pertinents and easements, in feu and heritage, in perpetuity, with courts, escheats, bloodwites, hereyelds (heriots), merchets of women, and all other liberties pertaining to the said lands, for an annual render of 1d in the name of blench ferme on Pentecost.
22 August 1259 X circa 1272
Consecration of Robert, bishop of Dunblane × approximate time at which David of Graham was succeeded by his son, Patrick.
Source for Data Entry
Neville, Acts of the earls of Strathearn, nos. 59, 59a.