Hugh Brito has received from Earl David, brother of the king of Scotland, in exchange for Conington (Cambs.), the land that was Gillandres Buch’s in the Garioch (i.e., Glanderstone, ABD), a half ploughgate of land in Flinder (ABD) and 7 acres of land near to Loenig and Drocion [?], and that land which Abraham the mair and Eyncus (Angus?) held, and he (Hugh) has quitclaimed all his right and claim in Conington, and has sworn to this in the presence of William, king of Scotland, in the hand of David of Lindsey, justiciar of the king of Scots, also that whenever Earl David by counsel of his men require security from him, he will perform it for him in England.
circa 1208 X 4 December 1214
David of Lindsey as justiciar x death of King William.