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"Willo de Lindes Walt de Berk, Rob de Berk, Henrico de Graham" witnessed the undated charter under which William King of Scotland confirmed a donation to Melrose abbey by "Alanus filius Walteri dapifer eisdem monarch".

"Willelmus de Haya filius Johannis de Haya miles et ds de Lochqwerwerd" confirmed the donation of "petera de Lochqwerwerd Wulueftrother", donated by "Roberti filii David quondam dni de Locherum", to Newbattle abbey, witnessed by "dnis Hugonis de Berkelay" .

From a chronological point of view, it appears unlikely to be correct as the births of Maurice and Alices younger children can probably be dated to after [1170], later than the probable dates of the earliest charters in which the Scottish Berkeleys are named. "Willo de Lindes Walt de Berk, Rob de Berk, Henrico de Graham" witnessed the undated charter under which William King of Scotland confirmed a donation to Melrose abbey by "Alanus filius Walteri dapifer eisdem monarch", widow of ROBERT de Quincy, daughter of ---.

"Eua quondam uxor Roberti de Quinci" donated property "de Edmundesten" to Melrose abbey, for the souls of "dominorum meorum Robti de Quinci et Walteri de Berkeley et Rolandi fratris mei et Johis filii mei et Christine sororis mee", to Melrose abbey by undated charter.

In the 12th century, powerful families emerged which were unconnected with specific earldoms, in particular the Comyn, Bruce and Stewart families.

The latter two are dealt with in the document SCOTLAND KINGS (together with the Balliol family), but the Comyn family is shown in the present document.

A charter dated records that King Edward I granted permission to "Johanna de Clare comitissa de Fif uxor quondam Duncani comitis de Fif" to marry whom she pleases on payment of a fine of 1000 marks The mid-14th century Scalacronica records that William King of Scotland, after his release from captivity in England in 1174, returned to Scotland with "plusours dez filz pusnes dez seygnours Dengleterre" and granted them lands, naming in its list "les Berkleys".

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"Geruasius Auenel filius Roberti Avenel" confirmed the donation of "terram meam de Eschedale" made by "pater meus" to Melrose abbey, witnessed by "Walt Olif, Walt Corbet, Will de la Haia, Geruasi nepos Rob Auen, Glai nepos ei, Rob fili Rob Aue".

"Geruasi Auenel filii Robtii Auenel" donated "terram de Eskedale" to Melrose abbey, with the consent of "Geruasio filio meo", for the souls of "mea et uxoris mee", by undated charter, witnessed by "Sibilla uxore mea, Gervasio filio meo et herede Roberto filio meo", daughter of ---.

"Geruasi Auenel filii Robtii Auenel" donated "terram de Eskedale" to Melrose abbey, with the consent of "Geruasio filio meo", for the souls of "mea et uxoris mee", by undated charter, witnessed by "Sibilla uxore mea, Gervasio filio meo et herede Roberto filio meo" .

"Walt Olif, Walt Corbet, Will de la Haia, Geruasi nepos Rob Auen, Glai nepos ei, Rob fili Rob Aue" witnessed the undated charter under which "Geruasius Auenel filius Roberti Avenel" confirmed the donation of "terram meam de Eschedale" made by "pater meus" to Melrose abbey.

Balfour Paul names the daughter and heiress of Roger Avenel (who died 1243) as the wife of Henry [III] de Graham, adding that she brought the lordships of Abercorn in Linlithgowshire, Kilbucho and Newlands in Peeblesshire, and Eskdale in Dumfriesshire to her husband, but he does not cite the primary source on which the information is based (after ) as her second husband, JOAN de Clare, widow of DUNCAN Macduff Earl of Fife, daughter of GILBERT de Clare Earl of Gloucester & his first wife Alix de Lusignan (1264-after 1322).

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