Gilbert of Cassingray, son and heir of Laurence and Ellota of Cassingray, has given, granted, and by this his present charter established, to Sir Nicholas de Haye, lord of Erroll, all his land of Cassingray (FIF), with all rights and all renders which he had in that land, holding it of the lord king, and making all custom and service for the land as he and his predecessors did.
circa 4 October 1282 X 1 August 1294
Alexander III charter of Cassingray to Sir Nicholas (_Handlist_, no. 140) × charter of King John (_Handlist_, no. 376; _Erroll Chrs._, no. 17). The attestation of John, archdeacon of St Andrews, suggests that the sequence presented in _Fasti_, p. 394 is possibly mistaken. The attestation of Ralph de Lascelles may argue for an early date in this range.
Source for Data Entry
HMC Fifth Report, App., ‘Muniments of Sir J. Bethune, Bart.’, 624, no. 5.