Alicia, daughter of John, son of Ranulph, with the consent of her son and heir John, has given, granted and by this her present charter established to Blessed Queen Margaret and Dunfermline Abbey, in free, pure and perpetual alms, six acres of land with toft and croft in the villa of Cramond ‘of the Scots’ (MLO), namely, one acre with toft and croft nearest the land of the lord king towards the west […], and another acre next to the meadow of Sir William of Ingleby towards the south, and a third acre around the hill of thorns, and the fourth next to the well of the kiln, and the fifth and sixth acres in ‘Langflat’on the east side of the loch, in perpetuity, in free, pure and perpetual alms, free and quit from all service, aid, exaction, custom and demand, with usage of the land within the said villa which is vulgarly called ‘Loning’ (?), with pasture for two animals and with six carts of peats in her peatary.
circa 1230 X circa 1240
Waltheof of Strachan, who witnesses, grants a charter dated probably in the 1230s (_St And. Lib._, 276-7). Constantine (son of Philip) of Lochore grants a charter dated 23 Feb. 1235 (_Dunfermline Registrum_, no. 179). Cf. her sister Agnes’s charter, _Dunfermline Registrum_, no. 172, above.