David, marischal of the lord king of Scots, has given, granted and by this his charter established to William Lunnok and his heirs his fisheries of the Tweed, namely his whole fishery of ‘Holdman’ and one net around Shipwell (BWK) which Jocelin Lunnok, his father, held, free from all service, custom, and exaction. William is to render to David 20 shillings each year, half at Pentecost and the other half at the feast of Saint Martin.
1182 X 17 August 1214
prob. × 1212, prob. ca. 1196×
Succession of Patrick (I) to earldom of Dunbar × succession of William Comyn to earldom of Buchan; probably after David the marischal’s first appearance as witness to royal charters