Thankyou for your reply. I had been looking up the Adairs in old Scottish Government records, and when looking through my files by co-incidence I had photocopied an index which had mention of an Echlyne. It was in "The Register of the Great Seal of Scotland" (or "Registrum Magni Sigilli Regum Scotorum") Vol. I. A.D. 1306-1424 - Echlyne, Johannes de, vicarius de Kynnef, page 914.This may be the one you mention. Sometimes they gave another reference to an earlier charter where they were granted the land, and sometimes it mentions families who may have inherited.I also recall seeing entries in later books for the Echlins of Pittadro (however spelt). Believe these Govt. Books were published under direction of the Deputy Clerk Register of Scotland, and are available in some good libraries.