Robert de Brus, lord of Annandale, has given, granted, and by his charter established, William de Heneville, for his homage and service, 18 acres of land from his demesne in the villa of Moffat (DMF) [that is, that land which lies between the land of Sir Patrick, earl of Dunbar and the meadow of Sir Humphrey of Kirkpatrick, with one brewery in the said villa, which the baker used to hold in the same villa for a saltpan], with a third of the mill there, rendering three skips of flour for the 18 acres at Martinmas, and a pair of gilded spurs or 12d. for the third part of the mill at the Assumption.
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. 9.
Macquarrie, Bruces, no. 9
TNA, DL 36/2, no. 186
See Macquarrie, ‘Notes on some charters’, 78