Adam of Gordon, son of Sir Adam of Gordon, granted and by this his present charter established to Melrose Abbey, in free, pure and perpetual alms, that donation which Sir Adam, his father, made to them of a certain land in Eastergordon (BWK) contained within bounds which are secured in the charter of his father that the monks have relating to the land. Additionally, he granted to the monks the common pasture of the villa of Gordon so that their animals may freely feed in it which are to be taken to Berwick and returned with carriages. Adam promises warrandice and acquitance from all service.
late thirteenth or early fourteenth century
Adam son of Adam of Gordon appears around in the turn of the century (_Kelso Liber_, i, nos. 119, 125).