Mairead inghean Eachann
Mairead nighean Eachann (English: Margaret, daughter of Eachann) was the spouse of Alexander Stewart, Earl of Buchan (also known as the "Wolf of Badenoch") and mother of Alexander Stewart, Earl of...
Adam de Gordon (died 1402)
Sir Adam de Gordon, Lord of Gordon (died 1402) was a 14th-century Scottish baron.
He was son and heir of Sir John de Gordon, knight, Lord of Gordon, and his wife Elizabeth Cruickshanks. When Georg...
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William Douglas of Nithsdale
Sir William Douglas of Nithsdale (c. 1370 – 1391 AD) was a Scottish knight and Northern Crusader.
William Douglas was an illegitimate son of Archibald the Grim, 3rd Earl of Douglas and an un...
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John Wishart (bishop)
John Wishart († 1338) was a 14th-century bishop of Glasgow. He was archdeacon of Glasgow from 1321 or earlier. After the death of Bishop John de Lindesay in 1335, John was elected to succeed him at Gl...
Artúr Dall Mac Gurcaigh
Artúr Dall Mac Gurcaigh was a Scottish poet. He was the author of "Dál chabhlaigh ar Chaistéal Suibhne" ("An arranging of a fleet against Castle Sween"), written c. 1310 during the Wars of Scottish In...
John of Fordun
John of Fordun (before 1360 – c. 1384) was a Scottish chronicler. It is generally stated that he was born at Fordoun, Mearns. It is certain that he was a secular priest, and that he composed his...
William Cleireach MacLeod
William Cleireach MacLeod (Scottish Gaelic: Uilleam Cleireach MacLeòid) (1365 – c.1402) is considered to be fifth chief of Clan MacLeod. He was a younger son of chief Iain Ciar and was originall...
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List of peers 1330-1339
This page lists all non-royal peers who held extant titles between the years 1330 and 1339.
Simon Locard
Sir Symon Locard, 2nd of Lee (1300–1371) was a Scottish knight who fought in the Wars of Scottish Independence. He accompanied Sir James Douglas in their curtailed attempt to carry the heart of Robert...
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Robert the Bruce
Robert I (11 July 1274 – 7 June 1329), popularly known as Robert the Bruce (Medieval Gaelic: Roibert a Briuis; modern Scottish Gaelic: Raibeart Bruis; Norman French: Robert de Brus or Robert de Bruys,...
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Uilleam II, Earl of Ross
Uilleam II of Ross was the second successor of Ferchar mac in tSagairt, as Mormaer of Ross (1274–1323).In 1284 he joined with other Scottish noblemen who acknowledged Margaret of Norway as the heir of...
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Alexander Stewart of Darnley (d.1404)
Sir Alexander Stewart of Darnley (died 1404) was a Scottish nobleman.
He was the son of Sir Alexander Stewart of Darnley. It is not known who his first wife was, but evidence that his son John Ste...
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Patrick de Leuchars
Patrick de Leuchars [also de Locrys or de Lochrys] was a 14th-century administrator and prelate in the Kingdom of Scotland. He first appears in the records in 1344 holding a church in East Lothian, an...
Battle of Neville's Cross
The Battle of Neville's Cross took place to the west of Durham, England, on 17 October 1346. The culmination of a Scottish invasion of northern England, the battle ended with the rout of the Scots and...
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Dungal MacDouall
Dungal MacDouall (Duncan Macdowall), was a 13th-14th-century noble, who was a key figure against Robert de Brus, later King Robert I of Scotland, in Galloway, Scotland. It is alleged that he was captu...
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Paul Mactire
Paul Mactire, also known as Paul MacTyre, and Paul M'Tyre, was a 14th-century Scotsman who lived in the north of Scotland. He appears in several contemporary records, as well as in a 15th-century gene...
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Irish-Bruce Wars (1315-1318)
The Bruce campaign was a three-year military campaign by Edward Bruce, brother of the Scottish king Robert the Bruce, in Ireland. It lasted from his landing at Larne in 1315 to his defeat and death in...
Alexander de Cokburne
Sir Alexander de Cokburne (b. c1310, d. c1370) was born into a minor aristocratic family in the Scottish Borders. Through his two marriages, Sir Alexander amassed considerable wealth and power in the ...
Edward Bruce
Edward Bruce (Norman French: Edward de Brus; Middle Irish: Edubard a Briuis; Modern Scottish Gaelic: Eideard or Iomhair Bruis; c. 1280 – 14 October 1318), sometimes modernised Edward of Bruce, was a y...
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Alexander Seton (d. 1332)
Sir Alexander Seton (d. 1332), also known as Alexander de Seton, was a 13th-14th-century noble. He was married to Margaret Murray. He died during the Battle of Wester Kinghorn on 6 August 1332.
Gaelic Ireland
Gaelic Ireland was the Gaelic political and social order that existed in Ireland from the prehistoric era until the early 17th century. Before the Norman invasion of 1169, Gaelic Ireland covered the w...
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Alexander Seton (Governor of Berwick)
Sir Alexander Seton, also known as Alexander de Seton (fl. 1311–1340) was the Governor (sometimes referred to as the Keeper or the Captain) of Berwick.He signed the Declaration of Arbroath of 1320 ass...
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Gartnait, Earl of Mar
Gartnait of Mar, also known as Gartnait mac Domhnaill (Gartnait, Donald's son), was the eighth known Mormaer of Mar, ruling from somewhere around 1301, perhaps as early as 1297, until his death in 130...
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List of peers 1320-1329
This page lists all non-royal peers who held extant titles between the years 1320 and 1329.
Christopher Seton
Sir Christopher Seton (1278 - 1306), also known as Christopher de Seton, was a 13th-14th-century noble. He was executed in 1306.
Christopher and his brothers John and Humphrey de Seton were the s...
Alexander Seton, Lord Gordon
Alexander Seton, Lord Gordon († 1440–1) was a Scottish baron, Lord of Parliament and progenitor of the Gordon Earls and Marquesses of Huntly.
Alexander Seton was the second son of Sir William Seto...
James Douglas, Lord of Douglas
Sir James Douglas (also known as Good Sir James and the Black Douglas) (c. 1286 – 1330) was a Scottish knight and feudal lord. He was one of the chief commanders during the Wars of Scottish Independen...
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