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  1. 16 de jun. de 2024 · Robert the Noble died apparently before 1230, and was succeeded by his son Robert de Brus V, the first competitor for the throne of Scotland. Robert de Brus V is mentioned as the tenant of Hartness under Peter de Brus in 1272, and dated a charter at Hart in 1288.

  2. Hace 6 días · Yvo de Hariz witnessed for William de Hariz when he confirmed the grant of Robert de Brus of a saltwork in Rainpatrick to St. Bees (no. 68 of that Register). This Robert died in 1194, but his son, who confirmed this, died in 1191.]

  3. Hace 5 días · The early feudal returns for Hinderwell are clearly incomplete, but services and tenements here must have belonged to the family of Brus, as three branches of the heirs of the third Peter de Brus, who died in 1272, held lands here which can be traced until the 17th century.

  4. Hace 5 días · The Augustinian priory of Guisborough (or Gisburne, as the place was usually called in the Middle Ages) was founded by Robert de Brus, who endowed it on a magnificent scale. The Foundation Charter records that he had founded the house by the counsel and advice of Pope Calixtus and Archbishop Thurstan.

  5. 16 de jun. de 2024 · Even though as many as fourteen claimants put forward their claims to the title, the foremost competitors were John Balliol and Robert de Brus, 5th Lord of Annandale. The Scottish magnates made a request to Edward to conduct the proceedings and administer the outcome, but not to arbitrate in the dispute.

  6. Hace 6 días · Later, Annan Castle formed the original home of the 'de Brus' family, later known as the "Bruces", lords of Annandale, which most famously produced Robert the Bruce. The town received its charter from King James V in 1538.

  7. Hace 6 días · Genealogy for Christian de Trafford (de Chetham) (c.1156 - d.) family tree on Geni, with over 260 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.