John of Menteith, son of Sir Walter, sometime earl of Menteith, granted to Ewen, son of Finlay, for his homage and service, the whole pennyworths of land which the grantor held from Sir Walter Steward of Scotland, within his vavassourage of Ardmernog (Ardmarnock, Kilfinan parish, ARG?) that is to say, two penny-lands of Lynsay-beg and of Lynsay-more (Lindsaig), a penny-land of Glencha and a penny-land of Darenager1, to be had by Ewen and his heirs, of the grantor and his heirs, in feu and heritage. Ewen and his heirs are to provide to the John and his heirs the service of one bowman in the common army of the king of Scotland, and suit at the John’s court of Ardmernog, at three head pleas yearly.
16 July 1309 X 1325
Death of James Stewart × ?
Source for Data Entry
Lamont Papers, 1231-1897, ed. N. Lamont (1914), no. 13
Lamont Papers, no. 13
Occurs in Notarial Transumpt of 1465 which is in English