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Sinclair, Sir Williamlocked

(d. 1299x1303)
  • Fiona Watson

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Sinclair, Sir William (d. 1299x1303), baron, was descended from the Anglo-Norman William de Sancto Claro, who received the barony of Roslin from David I. His father, another William, died about 1270 and either he or his son was sheriff of Haddington in 1264 and of ...

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