William de Muhaut has given, granted, and established by this his present charter to David of Denoon (ANG), that davoch of land of Farness (lost, in Cromarty parish, ROS), which lies between the other davochs of Farness, in the holding of Cromarty (ROS), in exchange for the land of ‘Kyppen’ which his father gave to the said David for his homage and service, and in exchange for two marks-worth of land in the land of Denoon (ANG), which David held of his brother, namely, that davoch of land of Farness which lies nearest the castle of Cromarty (ROS), except a certain other davoch of land of ‘Fernenes’, which will remain with David and his heirs; holding in feu and heritage, with all easements and just pertinents, by its right bounds, free and quit from all aids, customs, exactions and secular demands, rendering two marks annually, one on Pentecost and one on Martinmas, and making forinsec service of the lord king as pertains to a davoch of land.
January 1251 X 28 December 1272
prob. × 1271
Death of Earl Fearchar of Ross × death of Bishop Robert of Ross.
Source for Data Entry
Fraser, Cromartie, 445-6
Possibly either Kippen in PER or Kippen in STL. Laurence de Muhaut was rector of the church of Kinnettles (ANG), which is near Denoon. Cromarty Castle was destroyed in 1772 and replaced by Cromarty House.