David II of Strathbogie, Mórmaer of Atholl

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David II of Strathbogie, Mórmaer of Atholl

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Birthplace: Strathbogie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Death: Died in Castle Chilham, Badlesmere, Kent, England
Immediate Family:

Son of John of Strathbogie, 9th Earl of Atholl and Margaret of Mar, Lady Sutherland (4th)
Husband of Joan Comyn and Isabel de Chilham
Father of Margaret MacKenzie; David III of Strathbogie, Mórmaer of Atholl; Sir John of Strathbogie and Sir Aymer Atholl of Strathbogie
Brother of Isabella of Strathbogie and John of Strathbogie
Half brother of Helena Campbell, of Lennox; William, 5th Earl of Sutherland; Nicholas de Sutherland; Eustachia Sutherland and Nn daught. de Moravia

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About David II of Strathbogie, Mórmaer of Atholl

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Sir David II Strathbogie (died 28 December 1326) was Earl of Atholl, Constable of Scotland, and Chief Warden of Northumberland.

The eldest son and heir of John Strathbogie, Earl of Atholl by his wife Marjory (or Margaret) daughter of Donald, 10th Earl of Mar, Sir David was a prisoner in England in 1300. He succeeded his father in 1306 and was restored to his earldom and Scottish estates in 1307 by the surrender of them by Ralph de Monthermer, to whom was paid a large sum of money.

That year he rebelled against Robert the Bruce who banished him, forfeiting his office, title, and lands, the latter being given to Sir Neil Campbell. Strathbogie received three manors in Norfolk as a compensation for his Scottish possessions. In 1321, he was granted the feudal barony of Chilham, Kent, which had belonged to his father and grandmother. In 1322 he was summoned to the English parliament as Lord Strathbogie. His wife was co-heiress in 1324 to her uncle, Aymer de Valence, knt., Earl of Pembroke, by which she inherited the manor and castle of Mitford, the manor of Ponteland, and lands in Little Eland, Northumberland, and the manor of Foston (in Foston-on-the-Wolds), Yorkshire.

In 1325 he was commander of the English troops in Gascony.

Marriage

Strathbogie married Joan, elder daughter of Sir John III Comyn, Lord of Badenoch, Joint Guardian of Scotland, by his spouse Joan (1292–1326), daughter of Sir William de Valance, Knt., Lord of Pembroke, Valence, Montignac, Bellac, etc., uterine brother of King Henry III of England.

His claim to the earldom of Atholl was maintained by his eldest son and heir, David III Strathbogie, titular Earl of Atholl, a leading supporter of Edward Balliol.

His second son, Sir Aymer de Strathbogie, Knt., of Felton, Jesmond, Ponteland, and Tarcet (in Thormeburre), was Knight of the Shire for Northumberland (as Adomar de Atholl) in 1381. Sir Aymer married Mary, said to be a daughter of Walter Steward. They are buried in the chancel of the Holy Trinity of St. Andrew's, Newcastle-upon-Tyne (brass now destroyed) and left issue.

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David II of Strathbogie, Mórmaer of Atholl's Timeline

1274
1274
Cromarty, Highland, UK
1290
1290
Strathbogie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
1307
1307
Age 17
of,Badenoch,Inverness-Shire,Scotland
1309
February 1, 1309
Age 19
Strathbogie, Aberdeenshire, , Scotland
1310
1310
Age 20
1311
1311
Age 21
Strathbogie,Aberdeen,Scotland
1326
December 28, 1326
Age 37
Castle Chilham, Badlesmere, Kent, England
1992
November 10, 1992
Age 36
1993
January 14, 1993
Age 36
January 14, 1993
Age 36