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James, second Lord Ogilvy of Deskford and first Earl of Pindlater. By his wife, whose name is unknown, he had issue at least two sons and a daughter : — 1 Reg. Before 1177 he is found witnessing his lather's charter of Gillecamestone to the nuns of North Berwick, to whom also he confirmed his father's and grand- lather's gifts.' Soon after his He was admitted to possession of his earldom in 1284, and was chosen one of the six Regents of the Kingdom after the death of Alexander iii.
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had the custody of the lands in controversy after the death of Malcolm by reason of the nonage of Oolban, and in like manner, after the death of Oolban. Duncan, who as ' Duncan, son of Earl Duncan,' is a witness to the grant made by Oristina Corbet to the church of St. Andrews. Your cache administrator is webmaster.
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THE ANCIENT EARLS OF FIFE 5 Tlie name of Gillemichael's wife has not come down to us. comes ' or ' Head comes,' who appears as a witness to King David's charter of confirmation to the Abbey of Dunfermline, circa A.D. 1128 (Reg. Sig., 1 June 1537. " Reg. His last accounts were audited at Edinburgh on 25 October 1456 for the period from 17 July 1454 to that date.° He married, at least as early as 1436, when he
de Dunfermelyn, 15 ; Beg. and A. During his father's lifetime he could but remain a passive spectator of what was happening, but no sooner was his father dead, and Huntly's son in possession of the estates, than On his attainder and execution all his honours were forfeited, and the earldom of Fife was annexed to the Grown by Act of Parliament on 4 August 1455.
That after the death of Duncan, the son of Oolban, the lands were in the custody of the sovereign, by reason of the nonage of Duncan, the son of Duncan. Sig., 7 July 1509. ^ Records of Ahoy ne, 395. ' Acts and Decreets, xvii. 262. ' Reg. no solution? Adam.
B.S.O.D. The Latin memorandum of Ethelred's grant was written a considerable time after the grant was made, and the scribe adds that Ethelred's charter was confirmed by his brothers, David and Alex- He was a great lay-abbot, as was Crinan, the progenitor of the great race of Celtic Kings of Scotland. , . , II. Com., App.
The Earl, upon the death of the Countess Mary, shall have her whole third part. James, of wlioni below. 2.