Robert son of Alexander of London has granted and made firm by this his present charter to Melrose Abbey, in free, pure and perpetual alms, that donation which his father made to them of their land seated in ‘Lekehalu’ (ROX?) which was given to Alexander by Walter de Burdon and Matilda, his wife, in exchange, as the charter of his father testifies.
late 13th century
Nicholas of Rutherford appears after death of Alexander II (_Glasgow Registrum_, no. 216, NAS, RH 6/60, _HMC Mar and Kellie_, 1-2)