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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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man or woman except to his lord the king of lïrigf-land. That fame day were taken prifoners, the earls • ' » of- were the brothers of Walter de Haliburton. But he ought not to have referred to Forduu, v, ii« [L. xiv. c. 3.] in proof of this, for Fordun mentions them not. f Walter de Haliburton,—predeceffor of the lords Haliburton of Dirieton, 4 Patrick Heron.—William de Jardin. • Roger de Kirkpatrkk.—Made prifoner by Ralph de Hayings, HafUngs died of his wounds. He bequeathed the body of Roger de Kirkpatrkk to his joint legatees/Edmund Mailings of Kynthorp and John de Kirkeby ; Fcedera, T« v. p« 535. « Thomas de Lippes,—called, in Calendars of Antient Charters, chevalier. 'If be was not a foreigner, I kuow not who be was. • William de Livingfton. x " « ———Lorein,«—faid, in the record, to have been the fon of Enlace. Lorein. This Euftace, called Tossy by Fordun, L. xiv. c. 5. was captain of Rokeiburgh under Douglas of Liddef-dale, tbe governor. • Duncan M'Donnel.—Not in the lift in Fœdera, T. v. p. 535, but mentioned as a prifoner, Foedeft, T. v. p. 554. 4 Duncan M'Dounel.—See Foedera, ib. the fon of the former. « „ • de Makepath.—Were it not for the particle de, I fhonld fuppofe that fome perfon of the name" of APBeth was here uttderftood. • John de Maxwell,—of Carlaverock, anceftor of the eari of Nitbfdale. , ' • Walter Moine.—David Moray.—William de Moray.—William More —William Moubray. • Patrick de Polwarth,—anceftor of the etfl of March, mont « John de Prefton,—fuppofed to have been the anceftor of Prefton lord Dingwall. v O ft 4 Alexander 19J5


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