Robert de Bonaire, burgess of Roxburgh, by the consent and assent of his wife and heir, has given, granted and by this his present charter established to Dryburgh Abbey, in free, pure and perpetual alms, half of the land which belonged to Edulf, the miller in 'Sendegate' (in Roxburgh, ROX), to be held and had free and quit from all service, custom and secular exaction. The canons are to annually render for the land to the nuns of Redesdale five pennies, viz. half at Easter and half at the feast of Saint Michael. Robert promises warrandice.
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Source for Data Entry
Dryburgh Liber, no. 148
Dryb. Lib., no. 148
[NB. cf. Robert de Bonerra W charter of Edward son of Peter of Restalrig, ca. 1170 (Newb. Reg., App. I, no. 1). Robert had a toft in St Andrews before 30.3.1183. Another Robert ‘Bonayr’ was a clerk of Bishop Gilbert of Aberdeen, 1228x39 (St And. Lib., 59, 152, 302). Thomas Boner, Aberdeen, 1281 (AR, ii,279; Black, _Surnames_, 88). John Boner, 1317 (_RRS_ v, no. 119).]