Family Group Sheet
Family Group Sheet
NameBUCHANAN, Sir Maurice, 10th Laird Of24,23, 18G Grandfather
Birthabt 1300, Buchanan Parish, Stirling, Scotland
Misc. Notes
As his father Sir Maurice [#25] had, so did also this gentleman adhere to the cause and interest of his prince and country, with much resolution, constancy and valour, to the evident hazard of his life and fortune, in imitation of his brave patron, that eminent patriot, Malcolm, earl of Lennox: who, with the lairds of Buchanan and Luss, the first the greatest nobleman, the others the best gentlemen, and of best repute and circumstances of any others in these parts of this kingdom, could never, by any artifice used by the kings of England, be induced to do any action prejudicial to their own honour, or the interest of their native country; as is demonstrable by their refusing to sign the ragman roll, which few others, or rather none, of any tolerable repute, or circumstances, either durst or did decline. There is a traditional account, that king Robert Bruce, after his defeat at Dalree, near Straithfillan, by Macdougal, lord of Lorn, and his adherents, came all alone, on foot, along the north side of Lochlomond, (being the most rugged way of any other of this kingdom,) the day after that battle, to the castle of Buchanan; where, being joyfully received, and for some days entertained, he was secretly conveyed, by the earl of Lennox and Buchanan, to a place of safety. This report is the most probable, in regard there is a cave near the shore of Lochlomond, in Buchanan parish, termed the King's Cave; it being reported, that king Robert lay over night in that cave, in his journey towards Buchanan. 4
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SpouseMONTEITH, Lady Margaret, 18G Grandmother
Birthabt 1300, Stirling, Scotland
BirthBuchanan Parish, Stirling, Scotland
SpouseMargaret , 17G Grandmother (~1352-)
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