Robert, son of Robert de Bruce IV, lord of Annandale, [grants] to the church of St Mary of Guisborough and the canons there, the church of Annandale, the church of Lochmaben with the chapel of Rockhall, the church of Kirkpatrick with the chapel of Logan, the church of Rainpatrick, the church of Cummertrees, the church of Gretna, and a certain meadow next to the grange of the said canons in Annandale, which they have from the gift of his father; they are permitted to use the lands and teinds as they wish and demit, give or sell them at ferme to anyone. He also grants and establishes all the lands and tenements with free men and serfs (nativis) of the same canons, which they have and hold from the feu of himself and his ancestors in the villas of Hartlepool, Hart, Stranton, Eden, Elleton and elsewhere in the bishopric of Durham; to hold of him and his heirs without impediment, action and secular demands, suit of court and without any claims in perpetuity, in free, quiet, pure and perpetual alms. He makes this grant and confirmation for the love of God and Blessed Mary and for the souls of his father and mother and all his ancestors. Appends his seal.
7 November 1292 X 4 April 1304
Robert VI as lord of Annandale × death of Robert VI Bruce