Richard of Fans has given, granted and by this his present charter established to David, his brother, son of David of Graham, two tofts in Mellerstain (BWK), one of which belonged to Adam, 21 acres in Whitefield and in Kingseat and 35 acres near the Eden, within the villa of his dominion, for the homage and service which David made to Richard, free and quit from all service, custom, exaction and demand. John will return to Richard and his heirs annually for all the aforesaid, one pound of pepper or 8 pennies at the feast of Saint James during the fair of Roxburgh. Additionally, Richard wants it to be known, that he, by the consent and will of David, granted to Lady Amabel, their mother, the said land with the aforesaid liberties, to be held from David, her son, during her whole life. She is to return 12 pennies annually to David for all the aforesaid at ‘Hestildusham’ during the fair of Corebridge. If David should die without an heir, or if he, by chance, may transform his life (e.g. become a monk), the land will revert to Richard’s heirs, and if David should die before their mother, Amabel, she will have and possess the land during her life. She will pay to the children of David 12 pennies. If David may give birth to no children, Amabel, their mother, will hold the land with all its freedoms for every day of her life. She will return to annually to Richard of Fans or his heirs for the aforesaid the pound of pepper at the same dates.