Robert of London, brother of Sir Alexander, king of Scots, to Arbroath Abbey; has given all his tofts with all their pertinents in each burgh and lodging of lord king throughout kingdom of Scotland, except lodging (hostilagio) that is in his toft next to market of Aberdeen, which he granted to Sir Alexander, his brother, and excepting annual rent of a stone of wax that he gave to Arbroath to light altar of Blessed Virgin Mary
17 June 1219 X 23 January 1226
1 Jan. 1221
Death of Abbot Guy of Lindores × death of Robert of London; probably at same time as RRS, iii, no. 55.