William called Brown, son and heir of the late John of the Burn, burgess of Dundee, has given, granted, and made firm by this his present deed, to Adam son of Simon his kinsman (consanguineo meo) that perch of his land which he previously gave to Agnes his daughter, on Castlegate in the burgh of Dundee (ANG), between the land of Adam of Pilmore on the east side and the land of William of Garioch on the west side, for an annual render to the lord king and the portioner of the town of Dundee, 6d. and to the heirs of the lord Ralph of Dundee, 3s. on the two customary terminals. If it happens that his daughter Agnes should return to Scottish parts, he wills and grants that Adam shall have all his expenses made before Agnes recovered it. William binds himself to a payment of 20s. for the fabric of the church of Brechin should anyone act contrary to this grant.
circa 1300 X 1329
early 14th century × death of Andrew ‘de Botha’ (_ER_, I, 213)