Patrick, earl of Dunbar, for Newbattle Abbey; has granted that whole land which Mary of Hailes, daughter of Kilvert and sister of Oliver, gave to them in free widowhood, in territory of North Hailes (ELO), in that place which is called ‘Mylnehalc’ beside the River Tyne. The earl wills that monks may have and hold the lands in alms in perpetuity, with his confirmation and protection, as set out in charter of Mary of Hailes, saving earl’s service.
circa 1200 X 31 December 1232
ca.1220, not 1209×13
Floruit of William son of Earl Patrick × death of Earl Patrick I. William, son of the earl, was a hostage in England between 1209 and 1213.