|, Marjory of England
, Marjory of England
Another name for Marjory was Marjorie.1
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Marjory married Adam GORDON 7th of that Ilk, son of Sir Adam GORDON 6th of that Ilk and Alicia DE GORDON.1 (Adam GORDON 7th of that Ilk was born about 1247 and died in 1296 in Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland.)
"ADAM OF GORDON, of whom little is known. He is named in a charter by his son, and this is almost the only reference to him on record. Ferrerius says he was the son and successor of the so-called William, and that he died on 14 September 1301. This is very precise, but it seems more probable that he was the Adam Gordon who deceased in or before 1296, and whose widow, Marjorie, received, on 3 September 1296, an order from King Edward I. of England for restitution of her rights in the Berwickshire lands. This suggests that Adam Gordon was of the patriotic party, and that his lands had been forfeited, but on this point all is conjectural."
e-books, The Scots Peerage ed. Sir James Balfour Paul vol. 4 (1907).
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