Malcolm, earl of Lennox, has given, granted and by this his present charter established to Christina and Margaret of Drummond, daughters of John of Drummond, and their heirs and assignees, all the land of Ardeureane and Ardenalochreth (?), which lands Malmure Hogg, returned to the lord, Malcolm's father, by rod and staff, by stated bounds, with all just pertinents, to be held and had in feu and heritage, with various specified freedoms, and with all their other easements, pertinents, commodities and freedoms. They are to provide for the land a twentieth part of the service of one knight, the common army service of Malcolm's lord, the king, and three head pleas yearly at the court of Lennox. Malcolm promises warrandice.
1286 X 19 July 1333
late 13th century × death of Earl Malcolm
Source for Data Entry
Lennox Cartulary, 46
Lenn. Cart., 46
Note: Christina and Margaret are daughters of John of Drummond (Person 6917) son of Malcolm Beg and brother of Malcolm; not the later John of Drummond. Scots Peerage says this charter is ‘usually said to be about 1290, but is more probably dated between 1304 and 1316.’