Agnes, daughter of John, son of Ranulph of Cramond, with the consent of William her heir, has given, granted and by this her charter established, to Dunfermline Abbey in pure and perpetual alms, her toft with a croft on the north side of the villa of Cramond ‘of the Scots’ (Karramund Scottorum) (MLO), in perpetuity.
Early 13th century
Richard de Maleville suggests an early date, but sister’s charter (Dunfermline Registrum, no. 202) prob. 1230s.