Robert Dictus Boyt

Male - Abt 1270


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  • Name  Robert Dictus Boyt 
    • (10) Robert, Dictus Boyt, first mentioned (1262) in a charter by Sir John Erskine, of the lands of Halkill, in which he is designated as Robertus de Boyd, Miles. He took part in the Battle of Largs, in Ayrshire, October 3, 1263, between the Scots and King Haco (or Hacon) of Norway, for possession of western Scotland and the Islands. The result was a complete victory for the Scots. The word Goldberry was placed on his Arms in commemoration of his services in this battle in the vicinity of Goldberry Hill, near Keppenburn. He also received a grant of several lands in Cunninghame, Ayrshire, from King Alexander III. He died about the year 1270...
    Gender  Male 
    Died  Abt 1270 
    Person ID  I9607  adkinshorton
    Last Modified  2 Jan 2013 

    Father  Robert Boyt,   d. Bef 1240 
    Family ID  F26997  Group Sheet

    Notes 
    • This ancestral lineage of Robert the Bruce 1274-1329 is incorrect. His father was Robert de Brus, 6th Lord of Annandale, preseded by Robert 5th, Robert 4th, etc. Lineage people need to be reviewed, detached or deleted, and correct lineage linked.
    Children 
    >1. Robert the Bruce Boyd, King of Scots,   b. 11 Jul 1274,   d. 07 Jun 1329
    Family ID  F26998  Group Sheet


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