NameLady Bord , F
Spouses
ChildrenGeorge , M
Notes for William (Spouse 1)
James of Bord renounced to his cousin Malcolm Fleming of Biggar all his right in the lands of Overmenzean and Glenrusco on 3 November 1421, and he remitted to the said Malcolm Fleming and his accomplices having art and part in the decease of the said Patrick Fleming, his father, all rancour he had conceived against him by reason of the said death.

He had issue:

1. William Fleming of Bord, who had a charter from his cousin, Robert, Lord Fleming, as son and apparent heir of his father ...

Source: THE SCOTS PEERAGE, ed. by Sir James Balfour Paul, Vol VIII, Edinburgh, 1906, p. 525-6.
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William Fleming of Bord had a charter from his cousin, Robert, Lord Fleming, as son and apparent heir of his father, of the lands of Overmenzean in Peebleshire, on his father’s resignation.

There was an action before the Lords Auditors against him as heir of his father at the instance of Mr. John Fleming, prebendary, for payment of £160 on 20 March 1478, and on 3 January 1502-3 he had a charter from John, Lord Fleming of the lands of Nether Auchinreoch in the barony of Auchtermony in excambion for those of Menzean, in the barony of Olivercastle.

He married, first, a lady whose name is unknown,

He had issue by first marriage:

1. George, his heir
2. Janet, who brought an action before the commisary of Glasgow in 1502
3. Margaret, married to George Home of Broxmouth.

and [married] secondly, before 1 June 1493, Euphame, daughter of James, Lord Livingstone, and relict of Malcolm Fleming of Monycabock.

Source: THE SCOTS PEERAGE, ed. by Sir James Balfour Paul, Vol VIII, Edinburgh, 1906, p. 526.
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