An extent was made in the presence of Sirs William of Douglas and Alexander Uvieth, of two pieces of the land of Carrick that the lord king holds in his hand, in the name of the wardship until a legitimate age of the rightful heir, by the oaths of responsible and faithful men of the country according to the royal mandate, namely by the oaths of Sir Roland of Carrick, Murethach mac Kennedy, Samuel mac Kennedy, Dungal mac Gillanders, Suibne (Sweeney) mac Ragnall, Macrath mac Niall, Henry de Ros, Murethach son of Somerled, Robert de Castello, Andrew the steward’s assessor, Henry mac Kennedy and Gillemuire the judex; and all the jurors said in truth that the land of Straiton (AYR), namely, 14 pennylands worth 76 marks annually; the land of Drumfad (AYR) and of ‘Glenop’ (poss. Glen App, AYR), namely, 10 pennylands worth 40 marks annually; the land of Dalquharran (AYR), two pennylands, worth 8 marks; the land of ‘Glenkenith’ (now Glengennet, AYR), namely, two pennylands worth 3 ½ marks annually; the land of Turnberry (AYR), in all things, according to the extent that was (?) or if demitted, 37 marks, 7s. 2d.; the ward of Bennane (AYR) and ‘Cunray’ (now Cundry, AYR), as much as belongs to the lord king, 4 ½ marks; the total of all the pennies being 160 (8 ×20) marks, 8 marks 12s. 2d. The said land was never demitted at a greater price up to the present time. Sirs W[illiam] of Douglas and Alexander Uvieth have appended their seals. Of the aforesaid money and escheats, it will be necessary to make expenses in the castles of Carrick, except the service of free tenancy.
Wednesday 21 July 1260
Wednesday after the feast of St Margaret the virgin, AD 1260