Saer de Quincy has given [granted and by his charter established?] to Coupar Angus Abbey one chalder of corn, received annually from him at Leuchars (FIF) on Christmas, which his father Robert de Quincy gave, granted and by his charter established.
circa 1187 X 17 March 1207
David de Haya as witness × succession of Saer to earldom of Winchester. David de Haya first appears in royal charters in the early 1190s (see _RRS_ ii, nos. 302, 347, 375, 383, 391) Saer de Quincy appears as early as the late 1160s in a royal charter to Coupar (_RRS_ ii, no. 10), when he must have been very young still, but does not appear with more frequency until the late 1180s (_RRS_ ii, no. 273).