The book "Calendar of (English) Documents relating to Scotland, Vol. II 1272-1307", contains the "Ragman Roll" - "Roll whereon are recorded the original instruments of submission and fealty by John de Balliol King of Scotland, with the clergy, nobles, and community of Scotland, to Edward I., in the 25th year of his reign, commonly called in Scotland 'The Ragman Roll' ". On page 205 on this roll there is an entry for Thomas de Kithehilt. I had wondered whether this may be the ancient spelling of Kinhilt ? Would an Adair, possibly in Scotland, be able to clarify this for us ? Next name on the roll to Thomas de Kithehilt was del counte de Wiggetone. Possibly the answer may be in the records of the Earl of Wigtown's chest (charter rolls, etc.) which I believe are on film at the LDS.