Reginald le Chen (d.1293)

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Reginald le Chen
Baron Inverugie
Chamberlain of Scotland (1267-1269)
Arms of the Cheyne Clan of Scotland.png
Coat of arms of Reginald le Chen.
Spouse(s) Firstly: daughter of John Comyn of Buchan
Secondly: Eustacia Colville
Noble family Clan Cheyne
Father Bernard le Chen

Reginald le Chen or Cheyne (d.1293) was the Chamberlain of Scotland from 1267 to 1269. He was the Baron of Inverugie.

Reginald was the son of Bernard le Chen of Inverugie. He succeeded his father upon his father's death. Reginald held the lands of Inverugie, as well as immense estates in Caithness. His brother is Henry le Chen, Bishop of Aberdeen. He held the office of Sheriff of Kincardine in 1263.

He married firstly an unknown daughter of John Comyn of Buchan. They had Reginald le Chen (d.1312) and Robert le Chen. He married secondly Eustacia Colville, they had no known issue.

Reginald died in 1293 and was succeeded by his son Reginald.

References[edit]

  • Graves, Robert. Good-bye to All That. p. 7