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SIR JOHN FROISSART Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.2

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SIR JOHN FROISSART
Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.2
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the river Mythe, and there declared that he would . not furrender his prifoner, the king of Scotland, to man * Andrew Campbell,—of Loudoun, In right of his mother, Sufanna Crawfurd, heritable fheriff of Airibire, anceftor of the earl of Loudoun. ' , ' Gilbert de Carrick,—anceftor of the earl of Daftilis. His fon affiuned the name of Kennedy. . 1 Robert Chifholm. * Nicholas Knockdolian,—called Ciopdolian by Knyghton, mi by Abercrombie Ciopodolian, in Galloway, although the name has a German air. * Fergus de Crawfurd.—Roger de Crawfiird. . * Bartholomew de Dennond,—« German, as the record in Ftedera bears.. This it mentiooed, becaufe Abercrombie, voL ii. p. 99» fays, * perhaps Drumnumd*9 although be bad perufed Fcedera. . * John Douglas,—probably• the younger brother of William Douglas of Liddefdale, anceftor of tbe earl of Morton. f William Douglas, the elder.—This perfon, I am confident, • k WilKam Douglas, tbe baftard brother of William Douglas of Liddefdale* There is no evidence that William lord Doug- . ks, fou of Archibald, furnamed Tineman, and firft earl of that family, was made prifoner at Durham, or, indeed, that he was prefentat the battle. Fordun, L. xiv. c. 6, e&prefsLy fays, that he did not come from France til after the battle. We learn from Fctdera, that he was at liberty while others were prL foners; and we do not learn from Fmdera, that he was ever a prifoner. To fupport an erroneous hypothefis of loece, concern. ' ing William lord Douglas, records have been mifconftruôed and • mifapplied. « Patrick de Dunbar.-—Adam de Fullarton.—John. Giflard.— Laurence Gilibrand* - « David Graham,—of Montrofe ; anceftor of 'the duke of Montrofe. * Alexander Haliburton,—John de Haliburton.—Doug-las, Peerage, p. 321« conjectures, not improbably, that they were 194


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