David of Lindsey, son of David of Lindsey, for the welfare of his lord Alexander (II), illustrious king of Scots, and others, has given, granted and by this his present charter established to Newbattle Abbey in free, pure and perpetual alms, a certain part of his land in the territory of Crawford (LAN) (i.e., Glengonner and Glencaple), by stated bounds, between his land and the land of John son of Reginald of Crawford, free of all service, forinsec or private, and custom and demand, save his wild [beasts] and birds.
6 December 1214 X 23 February 1239
Inauguration of Alexander II × royal conf. (_Newb. Reg._, no. 140; _Handlist_, no. 242).
Source for Data Entry
Newbattle Registrum, no. 138
Newb. Reg., no. 138
May survive as an original as the ‘shorter charter’ also catalogued under NAS, GD 40/1/13. This would appear to be a different piece of land than that given by David’s grandfather William, although I can not be sure of this. Confirmed by King Alexander II, 23 Feb. 1239 (1/7/273).