Roger son of Baudric has given [granted and established by this his charter] to Coupar Angus Abbey, one oxgang of land in Carse (of Gowrie, PER), namely, that one which is on the south side of the grange, in perpetual alms, with all liberties and easements, free from all aid and custom and secular demand, saving the forinsec service of the lord king, and saving the service which Sir G[ilbert] de la Haye owes. Because Sir William de la Haye holds the same oxgang of land from him at ferme from Martinmas, 1252, for the term of five years, he has in the meantime given them another oxgang that lies nearer the mill of Sir Gilbert on the east side.
circa 11 November 1252
Land to be held at ferme from Martinmas 1252 for five years.
Source for Data Entry
Coupar Angus Charters, i, no. 57
C.A. Chrs., no. 57
Darnaway Castle, Earl of Moray Muns., 32/V/II/54.
See reference to the land of Baudric of Carse in charter of John son of David of Perth, Scone Liber, no. 90.