NameHugh ROSE Of Geddes , M
Birth Dateabt 1198
Birth PlaceNairn, Nairnshire, Scotland
ChildrenHugh (1) , M (~1225-)
Notes for Hugh ROSE Of Geddes
The family of Rose of Kilravock appear to have been settled in the county of Nairn in the reign of David I, their first designation being of Geddes.

In the beginning of the reign of Alexander II, that is, about 1219, Hugh Rose of Geddes was witness to the foundation charter of the priory of Beauly by Sir John Bisset of Lovat.

His son, also named Hugh Rose of Geddes, acquired the lands of Kilravock, which became the chief title of the family, by his marriage with Mary, daughter of Sir andrew de Bosco, by Elizabeth his wife, daughter and coheiress of Sir John Bisset of Lovat; which elizabeth, designed Lady Kilravock, in her widowhood disponed the land of Kilravock to her son-in-law, Hugh Rose, and her daughter, Mary, his wife, and their heirs. The charter granted by her was confirmed by King John Baliol.

Source: THE SCOTTISH NATION, by William Anderson, A. Fullarton & Co., Edinburgh & London, 1877, Volume 3, p.360
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