Inquisition at Lanark on Monday, morrow of St Thomas the Martyr, 1303 [30 Dec. 1303], by the king’s command in the presence of Magnus of Strathearn and Nicholas of Bannatyne, vicegerents of the earl of Carrick, sheriff of Lanark, by Patrick of Auchinleck, Hugh de Galbraith, Adam the Black, Adam of Dowane, William Casse, John son of the widow, William Crille, Adam the miller, David son of Adam, Laurence son of William, John Little, John Cabok, jurors; who say that Sir John Comyn, grandfather of the present Sir John Comyn, gave the land of Dalserf (LAN) to Sir William de Galbraith, in frank marriage with his daughter. It is held neither by ward and relief, nor any other service till the third heir. The said Sir William gave it to his son, William, in frank marriage with Lady Willelma, daughter of the late Sir William de Douglas, which ‘said Williams’ begot four daughter co-heiresses. Johanna, the mother of Bernard de Cathe, was the eldest, to whom the demesne should belong, and was at the king’s peace at her death at Candlemas 1301. Her mother Lady Willelma died after her daughter, in possession of the tenement, within the Feast of the Lord’s Nativity 1302. They say that Dalserf was held of the late Sir John Comyn and now of Sir Robert the Constable by the king’s gift. The fourth part pays yearly £3 4d. in all issues. The seals of Patrick of Auchinleck and Hugh de Galbraith are only appended as the others have no seals. The inquisition is enclosed under Nicholas of Bannatyne’s seal only as the seal of Magnus is lost.