Searches of the Paradox of Medieval Scotland (POMS) Database yielded the following results for ‘Robert the Fleming’ and ‘Robert brother of Lambin Asa’- both confirmed names of Robert of Roberton, the progenitor of the Roberton families of Earnock, Bedlay, Lauchope, Kennedies and Roberton of that Ilk. For each charter extract there is a charter reference, date and permalink to the POMS website. All copyright and intellectual property reside with them and are gratefully acknowledged by us.
SEA, i, no. 90, 1181 X 4 July 1195
Jocelin, bishop of Glasgow, for Kelso Abbey; he has granted all the churches it has in the diocese of Glasgow from the concessions of his predecessors and himself: the churches and schools of the king’s burgh of Roxburgh; and also the church of Maxwell (ROX) and the chapel of Harlaw (ROX); the churches of Sprouston (ROX), Mow (ROX), Bowden (ROX), Selkirk (SLK), the other Selkirk, Dumfries (DMF), Lesmahagow (LAN), Kilmaurs (AYR), West Linton (PEB), Innerleithan (PEB), Wiston (LAN) with the chapels of the villas of Robert, brother of Lambin [i.e. Roberton, LAN] and of John, stepson of Baldwin [i.e. Crawfordjohn, LAN], Thankerton called Woodkirk (LAN), Symington (LAN), Cambusnethan (LAN), Dunsyre (LAN), Campsie (STL), Antermony (STL), Staplegordon (DMF), Dumgree (DMF), Trailflat (DMF), and Morton (DMF).