Master Adam (of Makerston), provost of the church of St Mary’s in the city of St Andrews, and the chapter of the same place, have given, granted, and made firm by their present charter to John son of William son of Lambin the whole land of Lambieletham (FIF) and Kinninis (FIF) which Adam son of Gillemuire MacMartin held of them and their predecessors for his homage and service, for an annual render of 60s., namely, 30s. at Pentecost and 30s. at Martinmas, for the former cain of barley, cheese, and for all other services, exactions and demands, which could be sought from the said land, performing forinsec service of the lord king as pertains to the said land, saving to themselves and their successors pleas and plaints that ought to pertain to a chief lord.
15 October 1273 X 1286
last attestation of predecessor of Gregory, archdeacon of St Andrews × known year Adam of Makerston was dead
Source for Data Entry
EUL, Laing Charters, no. 3023 [1466 transumpt]
EUL, Laing Chrs., no. 3023
Contained in an inspection by William Comyn, provost of the church of St Mary’s of the city of St Andrews, who held that post from 1287 to 1329.
Barrow, Kingdom of the Scots, 2nd edn, 194; Place-Names of Fife, iii, 112-3
Cal. Laing Charters, no. 15