William de Valognes

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Sir
William de Valognes
Lord Chamberlain of Scotland
Baron of Panmure
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Arms of William de Valognes
Paly wavy of six argent and gules
Died 1219
Resting place Melrose Abbey
Spouse(s) Lora de Quincy
Children Christina de Valognes
Lora de Valognes
Isabel de Valognes
Parent(s) Philip de Valognes

William de Valognes also known as William de Valoynes, was the only son of Philip de Valognes and was granted a charter of the baronies of Panmure and Benvie by King William the Lion, previously granted to his father.[1] On his father's death in 1215, William de Valongnes was made High Chamberlain to Alexander II.[2] He died in 1219 and was interred at Melrose Abbey.

Marriage and issue[edit]

William married Lora de Quincy, daughter of Saer de Quincy, 1st Earl of Winchester and Margaret de Beaumont. They had three daughters;

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Maule, Harry (1874), Stuart, John, ed., Registrum de Panmure. Records of the families of Maule, De Valoniis, Brechin, and Brechin-Barclay, united in the line of the Barons and Earls of Panmure, Edinburgh: Fox Maule-Ramsay 
  2. ^ Royal Historical Society (1986), Handbook of British Chronology, Cambridge University Press, pp. 184–185, retrieved 27 October 2010 
Preceded by
Philip de Valognes
Chamberlain of Scotland
1215–1219
Succeeded by
Henry de Balliol