|Patrick de Oggiluill, who about 1267 is witness to a
mortification by Roger de Quincy, Earl of Winchester, for
the souls of his wife and himself, of the church of Lathrisk,
with the chapel of Kettle, to the Priory of St. Andrews.
Patrick de Eggilvyn signs an oath of fealty to King Edward I.
on 15 July 1296, and renews his homage with the other
magnates of Scotland at Berwick-on-Tweed 28 August, and
on 1 September 1305 was a member of the Inquisition held at
Perth to examine into the circumstances under which
Michael de Miggel was in company with Sir William