An agreement is formed between William de Brus, lord, and William de Heineville, whereby William de Brus gives to William de Heineville the land towards Logan beyond ‘Blakesbec’ (DMF), by stated bounds, and the lands of ‘Farmanflat’, which had belonged to Brus’s father and brother, and land between ‘Blabeck’ and ‘Serke’ which was cultivated in the time of his father and brother, and pasture in the wood. William de Heineville remits to William de Brus in common pasture those lands newly cultivated and established as having no right therein except by the lord’s sanction.
1194 X 1211
Death of Robert de Brus II × death of William de Brus
Source for Data Entry
Blakely, Brus Family, no. 144; CDS, i, no. 605
CDS, i, no. 605
Entered from an English summary
TNA, DL 25/90
A.A.M. Duncan, ‘The Bruces of Annandale, 1100-1304’, TDGAS 69 (1994), 89-102, document W9. According to Blakely, this document is ‘much mutilated’. See Loganhouse, Logan Mains and Logan Burn near Chapelknowe, DMF.