Roger de Mowbray, lord of Methven, the knight, has given, granted and by this his present charter established to Matthew of Moncreiffe, son of Sir John of Moncreiffe, for his homage and service, a third part of all the land of Easter Moncreiffe (PER), which formerly belonged to Christina de Maule, and a third part which formerly belonged to William Comyn of Kilbride, which lands John of Moncreiffe, father of the said Matthew, returned and resigned to Roger in his court of Methven at la Farnyhille of Kelkery, with rod and staff, for him and his heirs. The lands are to be held in feu and heritage, and Matthew is to provide the forinsec service of the lord King which pertains to the land, and three suits per year at Roger's court of Methven, for all secular service, custom, exaction and demand. Roger promises warrandice.
This charter would be granted immediately after the resignation. The feast of St. Benedict was on 21 March, almost the end of the year 1312. The charter may have been granted on or after 25 March, the beginning of the new year 1313 (see _Moncreiffes_, p. 642)