Name: Robert "Fursan" De Roos
Suffix: 4th Baron of Hamlake
Birth: ABT 1170 in of Helmsley, Yorkshire
Burial: 1227 Temple Church, London, Middlesex
Occupation: Magna Charta surety.
MEM: Temple Church, London: The oldest of the of the 9 effigies
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Change Date: 20 NOV 2009
Robert De Roos, "Fursan", Magna Charta Surety. Became a Monk for about 1 year.
He was IVth Baron of Hamlake Manor.
... John Balliol and Robert Ros, lord of Wark, Helmsley and Sanquhar were guardians of the young king and queen of Scotland between 1251 and 1255.
(Scotland in the reign of Alexander III, 1249-1286?. Norman H. Reid, Conference of Scottish Medieval Research. Meeting. 1990. Page 17.)
He appointed two experienced Anglo-Scottish barons, namely Robert de Ros, lord of Wark, Helmsley and Sanquhar (and the King's cousin), and John de Balliol.
Robert the Bruce's rivals: the Comyns, 1212-1314?. Alan Young. 1997. Page 53.)
Father: Everard De Roos b: 1153 in of Helmsley, Yorks
Mother: Roese "Roysia" Trussebut b: 1151 in of Watre in Holderness, Yorks
Isabel of Scotland b: ABT 1164 in of Edinburgh, Scotland
- Change Date:
14 APR 1998
- Note: 16:08:18
- William De Roos b: ABT 1192 in of Helmsley, Yorks
- Robert de Ros