Hugh of Calder has given, granted, and by this his charter established, to Scone Abbey 40 acres of cultivated land in Buttergask (PER) with a toft and croft in the same villa, with common pasture and other easements of Buttergask, in free and perpetual alms, for the welfare of his soul and that of his wife Sara
1203 X 9 July 1214
1203 × 9 July, 1211 × 1214, prob. circa July 1211 × 9 July 1212
× royal confirmation (_RRS_ ii, no. 508); rest of date identification depends on appearance of Master John of ‘Hetun’, who appeared in the household of Bishop Richard de Prebenda of Dunkeld without the title of master, and again in the household of Bishop John of Leicester of Dunkeld with the title (See Watt, _Graduates_, 268-9).