Peter son of William of Ashby, of a lawful age, in health and power, restored to Dryburgh Abbey all hereditary right that he or his father had in 'Inglisberry' (now Grangehall, LAN), and resigned that right and the charter that his father had accepted from the canons, accepting also from the canons 10 marks in the presence of Sir Henry, clerk of Glasgow, at Lilliesleaf. He granted all this in synod at Roxburgh, and did so again in the presence of the king’s sheriff of Lanark. He also restored at Nenthorn in the presence of Lady [Christina], widow of William de Moreville, John de St Clare and William his son, Simon of Nenthorn and others. He has sworn that this grant cannot be revoked by any occasion or machination, while touching the Gospels, and strengthened by the testimony of good men.
Saturday 10 June 1200
3 Ides June; Saturday after the feast of Holy Trinity. Scribe more like to calculate ides numeration incorrectly than to forget it is the Sabbath.
Source for Data Entry
Dryburgh Liber, no. 222
Dryb. Lib., no. 222
The following charter (3/52/3) describes this event as occurring on the fourth, not the third, of the ides of June.