Henry of Maule, lord of Panmure, gave, granted and by this his present charter established to Alexander son and heir of John Young of Strachan, and Christina, his daughter, and their heirs procreated between them in free marriage, all his land of Carmyllie, his whole land of Drumnadych (Drummygar?), his whole land of Hacwrangdrom (Dustydrum?), half his land of Lochlair, the mill of the brewery of Strathyis Copresille (ANG) and a quarter part of 'Murcur' (Montquir?), with all their just pertinents, correct bounds, etc. They are to provide the forinsec service of their lord the king, as much as pertains to the land by right, and they are to render to Henry and his heirs one penny as a blanch-ferme. The land is to be held in feu and inheritance, and Henry promises warrandice. (damaged)
1 June 1298 X 1327
consecration x final appearance of John of Kinnimouth, bishop of Brechin
Source for Data Entry
Panmure Registrum, ii, 158-9; RRS, vi, 106.
Panmure Reg., ii, 158-9
NAS, GD 103/2/11 (Society of Antiquaries, Cartae Variae), 276-7. (transcript)