James, steward of Scotland, has given, granted, and by this his present charter established to Stephen son of Nicholas, burgess of Renfrew, for his homage and service, all that land which formerly was Patrick of Selvinisland’s, lying between the burgh of Renfrew and ‘le Nese del Ren’ (‘the Ness of Ren’), where the Water of Gryfe descends into the River Clyde, with all its right bounds and its just pertinents, which the late Adam son of the same Patrick restored by rod and staff and resigned, holding and having in feu and heritage, rendering annually 12d. in the name of feuferme at his manor of Renfrew on the two terminals, namely, 6d. at Pentecost and 6d. at Martinmas, without multure and without ward and relief and without suit of court, for all services, secular exactions or demands.
1283 X 1306
Succession of James the steward × capture of Thomas Randolph
Source for Data Entry
‘Miscellaneous charters … from Sir William Fraser, 1165-1300’, ed. William Angus, SHS Misc. IV, no. 16