Abt 1325 - Bef 1385 (~ 60 years)
||Robert Stewart [1, 2, 3, 4, 5] |
||of Durisdeer and Innermeath |
||Innermeath, Scotland 
||Bef 20 Apr 1385 
||Aft 29 Nov 1386 
- IDENTITY: He received a charter from King David II. of the lands of Dalzell and others 23 March 1362-63. In 1374 he received a charter of the lands of Durrisdeer, and appeared at the Parliament of Scone, 4 April 1373, as 'Robertus Senescallus de Innermeath.' der Menzies of Redhall, 6th April 1374. He had a grant of 20 merks Sterling out of the
great customs of Inverkeithing, 29th November 1386, ancl died soon afterwards. 
||20 Jul 2013 |
||31 Jan 2013 |
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