Final agreement before G., son of Peter, Stephen de Turnham, William Briwere, Master Thomas de Hesseburne, Richard de Hereget, and others of the king’s lieges, between Adam of Carlisle, plaintiff, and William de Brus, defendant, regarding 8 ploughgates of land in Lockerbie (DMF). Adam remits and quitclaims to William his whole right therein forever. William [has given] to Adam 7 ploughgates of land in Kinmount (DMF), and in ‘Anticraft’ (? mistake for Osticroft?), and in ‘Leges’ (Logan?), and in […], and in ‘Nosbernecrot’, and in ‘Swelch’, and in ‘Bracansweit’, and a mill on the water of ‘Polranban’, for the service of a quarter of a knight. If William is unable to warrant the said land, he gives an exchange in his land of Hartness (Co. Durham).
Thursday 29 October 1198
Thursday before the Feast of All Saints, 10th regnal year (Richard, king of England).