Inquest taken at Edinburgh on the 28th day of February, regnal year 32 of King Edward, over the lands and holding which ought to fall to Matthew of Riccarton (MLO), through the death of John of Riccarton his late father, namely by, ... of Gorton, Andrew of Addinston, Alexander Parson’s son, Thomas of Binny, William [...], Malcolm son of Nicholas, Geoffrey son of Walter, John son of Richard, John son of Gilbert of Dalmahoy, John son of [...], William of Currie and John of Currie: these jurors said by their oath that they ought to descend to Matthew of Riccarton, the land of Riccarton (MLO) hereditarily by succession of the late John his father, and they said that the said John died at Dunbar at war against the peace of the king. And they also said that the said land is held of Lord John de Soules for 8s. rent yearly, and that the same John held the said land of the Steward of Scotland and it was valued in the time of peace in all profits yearly 41 (marks?) and now is worth 20. Their seals and those of the sheriff are appended.