John de Wardrobe and Mary, his spouse, are held and obliged by Sir Robert, bishop of Glasgow, to appear in the court of Malcolm, earl of Lennox at his next plea at their land of Campsie in Lennox (STL), where they should come personally to confess that they have no rights in the lands of Cochno (DNB), Edinbarnet (DNB), Faifley (DNB), ‘Backan’ (?DNB), and ‘Druncreue’ (DNB). If they do have any rights they shall renounce, resign and quitclaim them to the abbot and convent of Paisley, by rod and staff, and at the first citation they shall appear by the said Sir Robert, bishop, before the lord king of Scotland to make the said renunciation, resignation and quitclaim and any other guarantees which Bernard of Airth and Helen his spouse, or Norrin of Monorgan and Forbflaith, his spouse, have made.
29 January 1273 X 1283
prob. same time as, _Pais. Reg._, 180-3
Source for Data Entry
Paisley Registrum, 183-9
Pais. Reg., 183-9
Belfast, PRONI, Abercorn papers, D/623/B/7/1/5
MS (copy): NAS, RH 1/2/900