Patrick, earl of March, for the salvation of his soul and his spouse, and for the salvation of the souls of his father and his mother and all his ancestors and successors, has given, granted and by this his present charter established to Dryburgh Abbey all that land which is called Venatoris in the territory of his villa of Earlston (BWK), with all its pertinents and freedoms near the adjacent land of the abbot and canons to the west, with common pasture for three-hundred sheep, four oxen, and four cows, viz.: wherever the animals of his husbandmen of the villa of Earlston are being grazed, to be held and had from him and his heirs in free, pure and perpetual alms, with free entrance and exit, and with the rest of the common easements of the villa, without any service, exaction, custom or demand. Patrick promises warrandice.
1290 X July 1368
1290 × 10 Oct. 1308 or 10 Oct. 1308 × July 1368
not clear which earl of March, either Patrick IV or Patrick V