Supposed A.D. 1062 Supporters of King Malcolm III, Canmore

The following is a list of Norman knights who reportedly left France bound for Scotland, some by way of the royal courts of England or Hungary:

In Scotland1

In Normandy2

Surname

Via

Surname

Location

Caulder

England

Caddella (Note 3)

?

Lockart

England

Locard

?

Seyon

England

Say (Note 4)

Say/Sai

Lauder

England

Lodres

?

Wawan

England

Wawein

?

Meldrum

England

*

*

Schaw

England

*

*

Leirmouth

England

-

-

Libertoun

England

*

*

Wachop

England

Baa/Baugh > Waugh

Bahais near St.-Lô

Strachquen

England

-

-

Cargill

England

*

*

Ratry

England

Rattray (Note 5)

?

Dundas

England

*

*

Cockburn

England

*

*

Mirtoun

England

-

-

Inglis

England

Anglicus

?

Menzies

England

Maneriis

Mesnieres near Rouen

Abercrumy

England

*

*

Lesly

England

*

*

Cuilra

England

-

-

Mar

England

Mare

La Mare near Pont-Audemer

Lindsay

England

Toesni > Limesi

Limesi near Rouen

Waus

England

Vaux > Wace

Vallibus

Ramsay

England

Beauchamp

Beauchamp

Loual

England

-

-

Towirs

England

Umfrevilles > Tours

Tours

Prestoun

England

Taillebois

?

Sandelandis

England

-

-

Bissart

England

Biset

Boissay near Rouen (Note 6)

Fowlis

England

Fowell

Fauvel

Wardlaw

England

*

*

Maxwell

England

unknown (Note 6)

?

Creichton

Hungary

unknown (Note 6)

?

Fotringham

Hungary

*

*

Giffart

Hungary

Giffard

Giffard

Meluil

Hungary

Maulia (Note 8)

Maulia

Borthwik

Hungary

*

*

Manlis

Hungary

-

-

Gordon

France

Say

Say

Fraseir

France

Fresel

Touraine [in France]

Sinclare

France

St. Clair

St. Clair near St.-Lô

Boswel

France

Bosville

Bosville near Caudecec

Mowtray

France

Mowbray

Molbrai near St.-Lô

Montgumery

France

Montgomery

Montgomeri near Alecon

Campbel

France

(Note 7)

?

Boyis

France

Bois

?

Betoun

France

Bethune

Artois

Tailzefer

France

Telfer

?

Bothwel

France

-

-

Brise

France

Brus/Bruce

Châtellenie de Brix

Monteth

France

Mare > Montalt

La Mare near Pont-Audemer

Notes:

1.   Page 72, Volume II, The Lives and Characters of the Most Eminent Writers of the Scots Nation, George MacKenzie, Garland Publishing, 1971 [1708].
2.   The Norman People, Genealogical Publishing, 1975 [1874].
3.   Cawdor web page (www.castles.org).
4.   Seton web page (www.electricscotland.com).
5.   Rattray web page (www.electricscotland.com).
6.   “Normandy Roots” by Archie McKerracher.
7.   Campbell web page (www.familykinship.com).  The Campbell name in itself is not Norman, but they married into the Beauchamp family while living in Normandy, circa 1040.
8.   Page 42, Anglo-Norman Families in Scotland 1057-1200, James Coutts, ScotPress, 1999 [1923].
*    No Norman connection found for surname on the Internet.
-     No mention of surname found on the Internet.

 

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