Constantine son of Adam son of Edulf has given, granted, and established by his charter, to Newbattle Abbey in free, pure and perpetual alms, a certain part of his land in the territory of ‘Louchogov’ (prob. PEB) which is next to the land that his father gave the monks, that is, ‘Langessage’ and ‘Pardomanhalc’ by stated bounds, with all pertinents, liberties and easements, free and quit from all service and exaction and suit of court and demand.
The disappearance of Thomas of Galloway, earl of Atholl, as Adam son of Edulf’s lord, suggests that this charter was written after his death in 1231. It is likely that the lands passed from Alan of Galloway to Roger de Quincy by his marriage to Helen of Galloway, after Alan’s death in 1234. Roger de Quincy is not yet called constable or earl.