Malcolm, earl of Lennox, states that since neither his ancestors nor he himself, used to receive any captions or prises in the lands of Sir Patrick of Graham, before the death of his lord, Alexander [III], king of Scotland, he acknowledges and grants that he has no right to acquire any captions or prises in the lands of Sir Patrick or his heirs from the goods of them or their men. Henceforth, he wishes and grants for him and his heirs that he will not seize, nor will he be permitted to seize, any prises or captions in their lands, unless they may wish to sell their goods to Malcolm and his heirs by their spontaneous good will.
1300 X June 1320
probably after charter in _RRS_, v, 2A.
Early 14th century × death of Thomas of Cramminan
Source for Data Entry
Lennox Cartulary, 39-40
Lenn. Cart., 39-40
Note: the elder Malcolm of Drummond (Poms 6200) witnessed charters in the Lennox in the 1270s and probably was the Malcolm Drummond captured at Dunbar in 1296 and again in 1301. Scots Peerage suggests he was never released at this point.
His son, Malcolm Drummond, floruit about 1310 – 1346. Thomas of Craminnan appearance suggests this is the earlier Malcolm
Thomas of Craminnan was dead by June 1320.