Henry son of Adam of Lour has granted [and by this his charter established?] to Coupar Angus Abbey his whole land of Kincreich (ANG), with the increase of the territory of Lour (ANG), and with all liberties and easements pertaining to the lands, and with the named bounds in the charter of Adam son of Abraham of Lour (3/363/2) and in the charter of David Ruffus of Forfar, who, about to set out for Jerusalem, donated these lands to the monks in perpetual alms, and as contained in the charter of Adam, his father, which makes special mention how forinsec service of the lord king ought to be made when the army service of knights and Scottish service happens to be called out. He also establishes to the monks his fulling-mill in his territory of Kincreich, to have as the charter of Adam, his father, testifies.
circa 1257 X 7 March 1273
prob. × 5 Mar. 1271
From about the time of the preceding charter (3/363/4) × inspection (2/98/4).
Source for Data Entry
Coupar Angus Charters, i, no. 60
C.A. Chrs., no. 60
‘One seal remains’. This charter is contained in an inpection by Nicholas, abbot of Scone, Master Robert de Stuteville, dean of Dunkeld, and Robert, treasurer of Dunkeld, dated at Dunkeld on 5 Mar. 1271 or 7 Mar. 1273, probably the former (2/98/4).