NameLady Roslyn , F
Spouses
Birth Dateabt 1296
Birth PlaceRoslyn, Midlothian, Scotland
Death Date25 Aug 1330
Death PlaceMalaga, Andalucia, Spain
Death MemoKilled by the Saracens on the way to the Holy Land
MotherLady Alice de FENTON , F (~1274-1336)
Marr Dateabt 1320
Marr PlaceRoslyn, Midlothian, Scotland
ChildrenWilliam , M (~1321->1358)
 Margaret , F (~1330-)
Notes for William (Spouse 1)
He married Alice de Fenton, who survived him, and whose dower was forfeited and given to Geoffrey Moubray, on 10 september 1336.

He had issue:

1. Sir William his heir.

2. John, who accompanied his brother on the expedition to Palestine with the heart of Bruce, and was slain in Spain by the Saracens 25 August 1330.

Source: THE SCOTS PEERAGE, ed. by Sir James Balfour Paul, Vol VI, Edinburgh, 1906, pp. 165-6
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Sir William St. Clair
had a grant of a pension of £40 in anticipation of his services in the Holy Land 1329, being one of the knights chosen to accompany Sir James Douglas to Palestine with the heart of Bruce, but was

slain in Andalusia by the Saracens 25 August 1330.

He was the father of:

1. William
2. Margaret, married, first, dispensation dated 3 June 1353 to Thomas Stewart, Earl of Angus, who died in 1361. They were said to be related in the fourth degree. She married, secondly, Sir John Sinclair of Hermandston. She had a pension from King David II from the lands of Tollie.

He [William] is also said to have had issue:

3. Thomas, Bailie of Orkney for the King of Norway; a witness to a resignation by Bernard de Rowle to Hugh de Ross of the lands of fouleroule in Aberdeenshire on 20 January 1364, and died before 1 November 1371, leaving a son:

(1) Alexander, who attested an instrument at Kirkwall in 1364, had a charter rom King David in confirmation of a charter by Hugh Ross of Philorth to him of the lands of Estertyre 1 November 1369, and of one by William, Earl of Ross of the lands of Bray, in the sheriffdom of Inverness, on 1 November 1369.

4. John, a witness in 1367.

Source: THE SCOTS PEERAGE, ed. by Sir James Balfour Paul, Vol VI, Edinburgh, 1906, pp. 566-7
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