Thomas of Moulton, lord of Coupland, son and heir of Sir Thomas of Moulton, has inspected and understood the charters, muniments and agreements which the abbot and convent of Holm Cultram hold from the gift and concession of his ancestors and others, viz. a certain charter of Sir Thomas son of Sir Thomas of Moulton, his ancestor, by which he gave to the abbot and convent of Melrose, in free, pure and perpetual alms, the land in the villa of Saint Botulph (Boston, Lincolnshire?) for monks and their successors to make a building which as has been presented to the abbot and convent of Holm Cultram. And in addition, the charter of Sir Gilbert son of Gilbert of Dundraw by which he gave and granted to Holm Cultram Abbey, in free, pure and perpetual alms, twenty acres of arable land in the villa of Distington (Cumbria) within certain bounds and four other acres of land within other bounds, and a small moss below ‘Stodfald’ for a courtyard to be made and pasture in the field of Distington for 600 sheep, eight oxen, seven cows, one bull and two horses and a peatery, etc. And in addition, two charters concerning the gift and concession that Hugh of Morrisby made to Holmcultram, in free, pure and perpetual alms, of six acres of arable land in the villa of Distington and four acres of meadow with the pertinents in the same _villa_ as are contained in the charters of Hugh. Thomas ratifies and confirms the donations, concessions and confirmations to Holm Cultram, in free, pure and perpetual alms.