Robert of Dundonald grants and establishes to Sir Robert de Brus and his heirs those ploughgates in the feu of Ecclefechan (DMF), of which he gave sasine to Sir Robert in his full court at Dryfesdale (DMF), with the advowson of the church of Ecclefechan. Should he or his heirs ever question the grant, he obligates himself to a penalty of £100, and subjects himself to the jurisdiction of the bishop of Glasgow.
Thursday 29 July 1249
29 July 1249 or shortly thereafter
Thursday after the feast of St James the Apostle, AD 1249