About David Winton de Andoch/Andyt (Wyntoun), Knight
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He is found as a witness to a charter of a piece of ground called " Le Haulch," in the ecclesiastical lands of Methlic, dated 1365. In it he is called of Andoch. In 1415, David Wynton Dominus de Andoch takes part in a perambulation between the lands of Tarves and Udny." He is said to have received the honour of knighthood. Sir David de Wynton married, and had issue, three sons : —
I. Ingeram, his successor.
II. John, of Drumdornoe, who attained from James, King of Scots, a charter of these lands in 1457,^ and dying without issue, these lands, in 15 12, reverted to Alexander de Wynton his nearest male heir.
III. James, who appears as a witness in a charter of the lands of Forglen,
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III. Ingeram de Winton de Andoch.
PAGE- 608 Charter of confirmation by James I King of Scotland confirming a charter of his cousin John Stewart formerly Earl of Buchan to David de Wintoun of the lands of Andyt in the earldom of Buchan to be held by the said David and Janet of Keth hii spouse and their heirs male whom failing by Ingcram de Wyntoun cousin of the said David and the heirs male of his body whom all failing by his nearest heirs male bearing the name and arms of Wyntoun Dated at Stirling 2nd Jannary 1411 Witnesses Malcolm Flemyng Lord of Bygurc Alexander Scton Lord of Gordon and others The charter of confirmation is dated at Edinburgh 17th September 1423
http://www.brucedurie.co.uk/heraldry/Scottish%20arms%201370-1678%20(1881)%20StodartV2.pdf Arms of Winton page- 121 s.*Wyntoune of Strakmartein. About 1672 Patrick Wintone of Strickmartine, co. Forfar, registered—argent, a chevron between three turtle doves azure. This coat is entirely different from that given for the name by Lindsay and Forman, and rather resembles that on the seals of persons of the name of Winchester early in the sixteenth century, where a chevron and two birds in chief are borne with other charges. Persons of the name figure as owners of land in several counties in the fourteenth century, and in 1417 David de Wyntoun, Lord of Handot. ScHERES OF YT Ilk, L. Sir David Lyndsay makes this family Lords.
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