Robert of Roxburgh has given, granted and by this his charter established to Dryburgh Abbey for the welfare of King Alexander [II] and for the soul of Robert of London (II) his uncle, that rent of Lessudden (ROX) which the said monks are pursuing (?), by gift of his uncle Robert of London, that is, 3s., saving his hospitality and saving to himself a payment of one pound of pepper annually in [the fair?] of Roxburgh by the hand of Alexander son of Laysing, in pure and perpetual alms.
6 December 1214 X 1229
Charter of Robert of London (_Dryb. Lib._, no. 60) × papal confirmation of Gregory IX (_Dryb. Lib._, no. 251)
Source for Data Entry
Dryburgh Liber, no. 61
Dryb. Lib., no. 61
Robert of London (II), his uncle, was an illegitimate son of King William (see royal family charters).