John de Vescy has given, granted and by his present charter established to William of Sprouston the chaplain, for his homage and service, the whole land which belonged to Amicia de Capella in the villa of Mow (ROX) with the head messuage there, with his neyfs and chattel and with other specified pertinents. William is to make good, during his whole life, suit at John’s court of Sprouston 3 times per year with forinsec service. And after the death of William, his heirs or his assignees will make for the tenement and for the tenement which was of Henry of Mow one full suit at the court of Sprouston and the other forinsec service which is owed from the same tenements.
1253 X 1286
death of William de Vescy x _Melrose Liber_, i, no. 347; ii, App. no. 22