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  • ID: I14261
  • Name: Robert Lauder
  • Suffix: of the Bass
  • Prefix: Sir 1
  • Sex: M
  • Death: BEF 2 DEC 1337
  • Occupation: Chamberlain of Scotland
  • Note:

    A companion of Wallace, and was appointed Justiciary of the Lothians by King Robert the Bruce and made a plenipotentiary to sign the English-Scottish truce on the 3rd May 1323,(Refer Rymer?s Foedera vol.III, p.1022).
    The same Sir Robert de Lawedre was again ambassador for Scotland 17th March 1327 (refer Robertson?s Index folio, p.101) and in 1328 at Northampton. John Scott, in The History of Berwick notes that he was Governor of Berwick Castle 1329/1330. He was noted at an Inquest at Aberdeen on 10th September 1333 as Chamberlain of Scotland (refer The Douglas Book by Sir William Fraser, volume II - The Douglas Correspondence p.587) and was present as an aged observer at the Battle of Halidon Hill in 1333.
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    Pedigree Resource says he died ?probably Tyninghame Manor, Haddingtonshire, Scotland?
  • _UID: 238520A55599413CACC20532D256C456BF3F
  • Change Date: 1 NOV 2005



    Father: Robert Lauder b: BEF 1275

    Marriage 1 Elizabeth
    • Married:
    Children
    1. Has Children Robert Lauder

    Sources:
    1. Type: Gedcom File
      Title: Familysearch.com Pedigree Resource
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