The king to Master William of Greenfield, his chancellor. Commands restoration to Hugh of Penicuik, a Scottish rebel who was come to his peace, of his lands and heritage in England. St Andrews 14 Mar. 1304
Similar of same date for William Murray of Drumsargard.
Similar of same date for Gilbert de Embeldon for his father Robert’s lands in England.
Similar for Sir Aymer of Hadden for the lands of Isabella his wife in England. St Andrews, 15 March.
Similar for Geoffrey of Farsley for his lands in England. St Andrews, 24 March.
Similar to the chancellor for Walter of Barkstone and Andrew de Chartres’s lands in England. St Andrews 18 March.
Similar to the chancellor for John of Tynedale for his lands in England acquired by gift of Adam of Haltwhistle, chaplain. St Andrews 21 March
Similar same date for Gilbert of Carlisle for his lands in England.
Similar for Nicholas de Graham for his lands in the bishop of Durham’s hands. St Andrews 23 March
Similar for John de Somerville for the lands in England, held by gift of Sir William de Somerville, his father. St Andrews, 14 March
Similar for Nicholas of Fawside, for his wife’s dower lands in England, and for Thomas of Selkirk for his lands in England acquired by gift of Thomas Murray. St Andrews 16 March
Similar for Robert of Cresswell for his lands in England acquired from John Daguillon and Joanna his wife. St Andrews 14 March