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Between 1214 and 1226, Archibald de Douglas acquired the acquired the use of the lands of Hermiston and Livingston, with Maol Choluim I, Earl of Fife as his feudal superior.

 

Archibald of Douglas is thought to have married Margaret, daughter of Sir John Crawford of Crawfordjohn and had issue:

  • William of Douglas (c.1220-c.1274)

  • Andrew Douglas of Hermiston, progenitor of the Lords of Dalkeith & Earls of Morton and Lords of Mains.
  • Sir Andrew Douglas of Hermiston, younger son of Sir Archibald, living 1297 and who in 1396 swore fealty to King Edward I had issue, James, his heir, and Andrew of Cresswell, Co Lanark.

    James Douglas of Lothian in 1315 had a grant from Robert I of Kincavil and Calderclere. He died before 20 April 1323.

     

     

     

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