Recognition was made of the bounds between the land of the lord king of ‘Herbertoli’ (now Airntully, Kinclaven ph., PER), and the land of Inchturfin, which belongs to the abbot and convent of Dunfermline, by the following: Robert de Haye, William of Blair, John of Luncarty, William son of Roger of Clunie, Gillecrist father of the said Ewen, Ewen Makinkerd, Warin of Auchtergaven, Adam of Murthly, William of Pitkierie, Matthew mair of Glasclune, the suitor of ‘Lochnidi’ and with him, Furni and Bruide, the suitor of ‘Culmedi’ with Kelan and Gille Mo-Luóc, the suitor of Meikleour with Ralph and Robert, the suitor of Kendeloch with Martin and Gillemuire MacAlpin, the suitor of Auchtergaven, with Duncan Small and Colin Macindeor, Gilbert son of the suitor Inchtuthil with Roger son of Hugh and Gilbert son of Colin, the suitor of Balliefurth with Hugh and Robert of that place, the suitor of Caputh with Gillemuire and Maceroht, Robert of Caputh, the suitor of Murthly with William Callander, and the sergeand of Murthly, the suitor of Luncarty, the suitor of Dalmarnock, Cristin, suitor of Strathord with Colin MegDubgaill and Macbeth Macbanhyl, the suitor of Rait with Macbeth and Gillebrigte.
circa 1220 X circa 1250
Robert de la Haye and William of Blair are the only named individuals who can be dated fairly firmly. Robert de la Haye was a younger brother of Sir David de la Haye, lord of Errol, who was sheriff of Perth at various points in the 1220s and 1240s, and who made an agreement with Coupar Angus Abbey anent Airlie church in 1220 (_C.A. Chrs._, no. 26). Robert was witness to Alexander II’s grand confirmation to Dunfermline Abbey in 1227 (1/7/145; _RRS_, iii, no. 117; _Dunf. Reg._, no. 74). One or more individuals named William of Blair witnessed charters starting in 1204×13 (_Dunf. Reg._, no. 144) until at least 1260 (_St And. Lib._, 346), with a greater concentration from the 1220s to 1240s (Laing Charters, no. 6; _Scone Lib._, nos. 95, 118; _Moray Reg._, no. 62; _Dunf. Reg._, no. 179; _St And. Lib._, 44, 282, 393).