Richard of Liddel has given, granted and by this his charter established to Richard of Liddel his nepos, for his homage and service, ‘Athentouchro’ (ELO?) by its right bounds, with all its just pertinents, in feu and heritage, with freedom to mill the corn of that land at his mill to the twenteith vessel, for an annual render at the fair of St Andrews of one pound of cumin or 3d. for all secular service custom and demand. Moreover, he wills and grants that Richard and his heirs will have hereditarily common pasture amongst his own beasts.
circa 1220 X circa 1240
Master Alexander de St Martin was very active in this period, as member of Bishop William Malveisin’s _familia_.