John son of Michael, by the assent and will of Michael, his heir, gave, granted and by this his charter established to May Priory, for the soul of himself and the souls of his father and his mother and his brother, Duncan, and his wife and his heirs, ancestors and successors, in free, pure and perpetual alms, the whole land on the southern part of ‘Caleburne’ (Penshiel, ELO), by stated bounds, with one acre of meadow and with pasture that may be sufficient for the sustenance of 300 mother sheep, 30 haulage cows and 24 haulage horses with the chattels and with certain other specified restrictions. John and his heir will warrant and acquit the aforesaid monks from all cultivation and expedition and all service, exaction and multure in perpetuity.
circa 1200 X 23 January 1226
prob. × 4 Dec. 1214
Robert of London is called ‘son of King William’ rather than ‘brother of King Alexander’; × death of Robert of London. Waltheof son of Merleswain, Duncan son of Adam of Kilconquhar and Thomas of Lundin (as with BL Add. Ch. 76748 above), all witness this document; also x _Melrose Liber_, i, no. 210