Peter de Haga has given, granted, and by this his charter established to Dryburgh Abbey for the welfare of his lords, and himself, and for the soul of Ada his late wife and others, two oxgangs of land in his lordship of Bemersyde (ROX), namely ‘Thirlestanflat’, and in ‘Crosserigeflat’ nearest the land of the canons, and one messuage in the villa of Bemersyde, namely, the fifth to the east in the house that formerly belonged to his mother Goda, of good memory, on the condition that the abbot and convent shall place one man with his own family in that messuage, and that man will have three cows and 20 sheep in the pasture with the men of the said villa. He also has granted to the same canons by his gift, all that part of the wood which was in dispute between the canons and himself, namely, ‘Trepewod’, as far as the great road which divides that wood from ‘Flatwod’, in free and perpetual alms.
23 May 1165 X 1212
poss. 10 May 1183 ×
Bishop Richard of St Andrews’ general confirmation (_Dryb. Lib._, no. 235) × Bishop William of St Andrews’ general confirmation (_Dryb. Lib._, no. 237); poss. Pope Lucius’ confirmation × (_Dryb. Lib._, no. 249)