Name: Philip De Mowbray
Suffix: of Barnbougle
Change Date: 30 APR 2002
Ancestor of the Scottish Mowbrays of Barnbougle.
There is a documented issue from Philip down to the present day, although some of the inheritance of the name has been through the female line. There is a great deal of information about this family in the W. Stephen's book "The History of Inverkeithing and Rosyth".
It is intended to deal with this in future editions of this web page. In the meantime e-mail David Mowbray to obtain information.
The second son, PHILIP DE MOWBRAY, espoused Galiena, daughter of Waldeve, Earl of Dunbar, and with her acquired considerable property, particularly the Baronies of Barbougle, Dalmeny, and Inverkeithing. The first mention of this Philip in the records of Scotland occurs in a charter dated 1208. He was ambassador to England in 1215 and 1220, to treat of the marriage of King Alexander II, with the Princess Joan. He had two sons. 1. Roger; and 2. Nigel
Father: Nigel De Mowbray b: 1145
Mother: Mabel Patrio
- Roger De Moubray