Memorandum that on 30 July in King Edward’s 25th year, the king of his special grace freed John earl of Atholl from prison, on the mainprise of Hugh de Mortimer, lord of Castle Richard in Salop, John ap Adam of Somerset, Guncelin de Badlesmere of Kent, and others, before Walter de Beauchamp, steward of the household; the earl undertaking to deliver his eldest son as a hostage, and to serve the king beyond seas and elsewhere on pain of forfeiture.
Similar for Richard Siward on the mainprise of Antony bishop of Durham [and others] and delivering his son John as a hostage.
Similar for John Comyn son of John Comyn lord of Badenoch on the mainprise of the bishop of Durham, Sir John his father and Aymer de Valence, and delivering his son as a hostage.
Similar for Alexander Comyn brother of Sir John Comyn of Badenoch, Godfrey de Ros, David de Graham brother of Patrick de Graham, John of Glenurquhart, Hugh of Airth, David de Graham son of Patrick de Graham, and Robert Comyn brother of Sir John Comyn of Badenoch on the mainprise of John earl of Atholl, Sir John Comyn of Badenoch, John of Inchmartine, John le Botiller, John Comyn of Badenoch junior, and Ralph de Esinge.
Similar for John Grant, Laurence of Angus, Alexander Corbet, Ralph Grant, Brice Taylor, Alan de Lascelles, Herbert de Morham, Alexander son of Glay, William Marischal, and William de Ros, on the mainprise of John Comyn of Badenoch senior and David de Graham.