Name: Reginald CRAWFORD Of Loudoun, Sir
Given Name: Reginald
Suffix: Of Loudoun, Sir
Birth: ABT 1253 in Loudoun,Ayrshire,Scotland
Death: 1297 in Murdered By The English At Black Parliament Of Ayr 1
Sir Reginald Craufurd; Sheriff of Ayr; murdered by the English garrison at the Black Parliame nt of Ayr c 1297; m. Cecilia -- and had [Sir Reginald, elder son, executed by English at Carl isle 13 Feb 1307], with a younger son. [Burke's Peerage]
Change Date: 3 Dec 2003 at 00:00:00
Sir Reginald was a "firm friend of King Robert the Bruce". He was given lands of Crumshine i n Cunningham, which had belonged to John Baliol. His sister Margaret was given one half of t he lands of Crawford-John.
Witness to a donation to the monastery of Paisley by James, Lord High Steward of Scotland 128 8. He distinguished himself at the battle of Bannockburn, receiving a grant for his service s to the Barony of Auchinames and the privilege of adding to his coat-of-arms two lances salt ire.
Note: The line I was following, with the notes immediately above, had Reginald's parents as J ohn de Crawford & Alicia de Dalsallock, but I believe that John was named, according to BP, H ugh Craufurd of Loudoun, who married Alicia Heiress of Draffen; and that these two couples ar e the same people; and that Roger Crawford, of Crumshuc (Crumshine?), is the "younger son" me ntioned by BP above.
Father: Hugh (John) CRAUFURD 4th Laird Of Loudoun b: ABT 1226 in Loudoun, Ayrshire, Scotland
Mother: Alicia Heiress Of DRAFFEN b: ABT 1230 in Draffen, Lesmahagow Parish, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Mrs Cecilia CRAWFORD b: ABT 1255 in Scotland
- Roger CRAWFORD Of Crumshuc, Sir b: ABT 1285 in Crumshuc,Cunningham,Ayrshire,Scotland
- Title: Burke's Peerage & Baronetage, 106th Edition, Charles Mosley Editor-in-Chief, 1999