John de Haye, knight, lord of Balcomie, has given, granted and by this his charter established to Adam the marshall, all his land in the eastern part of Drumrack (FIF) in the moor of Crail, which had belonged to Walter le Messager, namely that land which William of Gaston restored by rod and staff on the Saturday after the feast of St John before the Latin Gate, AD 1278, in the presence of sworn men of the baronies, namely, Ralph son of Maud, John of Perth, Waltheof (?) burgess of Crail, John de Wardrobe and William of Cambo of the barony of Crail, Hugh Stalker and Maelduine of the barony of Kippo, William Bell and David Bell of the barony of Airdrie, Elias Truan and Thomas the smith of the barony of Carnbee, to the infeftment of the said Adam and his heirs or assignees, for an annual render of 6d on Martinmas for all service, custom, secular exaction and demand. Adam will be free and quit of hostage and aid, suit of court and marriage, ward and reliefs, and all forinsec service, for 1d. annually on Pentecost.
8 May 1278 X
Shortly after William of Gaston’s quitclaim (_Balm. Lib._, no. 42).