Malise son of G[ilbert], late earl of Strathearn, knight, for the welfare of the soul of Malise, his son, and others, has given, granted, and established by his charter, to Inchaffray Abbey in pure and perpetual alms, that piece of land in the holding of Rossie (PER), by its right bounds, which he perambulated in person, the bounds stated in detail, with pasture for 12 cows, 20 sheep and one horse, with licence to take 20 cart-loads of peat annually.
16 May 1266
Master Thomas as dean of Dunblane × death of Malise in c.1272; also the appearance of Sir Patrick of Graham may argue for a date after around 1270.
Source for Data Entry
Neville, Acts of the Earls of Strathearn, Add. Chrs., no. 12
Neville, Strathearn, Add. Chrs., no. 12
Inchaffray Charters, no. 102
Inchaffray Liber, no. 63.
This is the Rossie in Strathearn, to the SE of Aberuthven.