From "Calendar of the Close Rolls" King Edward I of England. Vol.III. A.D.1288-1296. page 480. 16th May 1296. The King ordered that the Scottish prisoners were to be sent to various castles throughout England where they were later exchanged with the Scots for their English captives.King Edward I ordered - "send to divers parts of the realm certain prisoners, enemies of the king, who were lately captured in the castle of Dombar in Scotland and in the conflict there between the king and them." "and to keep them safely in prison so that he may be able to answer for them to the king body for body.This he shall not omit to do in any manner under pain of forfeiture of life and limb and of all that he possesses in the kingdom." "The king has ordered the sheriff to pay to the prisoners their wages until further orders, to wit, 4d. per day to each knight, 3d. a day to each esquire, and 3rd. a day to each of their keepers." Mak Beth of Athole was sent to Walingford castle,then perhaps later to Berkhampstede, William Curry was sent to Nottingham Castle, John Currie to Rochester castle, and Thomas Cambel to Northampton castle, all were paid wages.There were about 3 pages of names of Scottish prisoners. Walter Currie's head, then, was not on the Adair crest.