Robert de Brus, lord of Annandale, has given, granted, and by his charter established, for himself and his heirs, to Henry of Kirkcudbright all his land of Cummertrees (DMF) and all his other land of Ryehill (DMF), which John son of Reginald and his mother, Simon son of Reginald, and Reginald, son of Eliot, held of Robert de Brus in the villa of Ryehill; they shall have power to grind corn at Robert’s mill free from multure, rendering four skips of malt, half at Pentecost and half at Martinmas for all services.
circa 1242 X 31 March 1295
prob. circa 1260 × 31 Mar. 1295
Majority × death of Robert (V) de Brus; probable date suggested by Macquarrie based on witnesses
Source for Data Entry
Alan Macquarrie, ‘Notes on some charters of the Bruces of Annandale, 1215 – 1295’, TDGAS 58 (1983), 72-9, no. 8.
Macquarrie, Bruces, no. 8
TNA, DL 36/3, no. 84.
See Macquarrie, ‘Notes on some charters’, 78.