Margaret De Moravia (Bruce), legitimate daughter of King Robert I, m. Earl of Sutherland (c.1315 - 1346) MP

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Birthplace: Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland
Death: Died in Balmuto, Fifeshire, Scotland
Managed by: Philip Alden Main
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About Margaret De Moravia (Bruce), legitimate daughter of King Robert I, m. Earl of Sutherland

Robert's only child by his first marriage was

  • Marjorie Bruce, married Walter Stewart, 6th High Steward of Scotland (1293–1326).

By his second wife Elizabeth he had four children:

  • David II,
  • John (died in childhood),
  • Matilda (who married Thomas Isaac and died at Aberdeen 20 July 1353), and
  • Margaret (who married William de Moravia, 5th Earl of Sutherland in 1345).

In addition to his legitimate offspring, Robert Bruce had several illegitimate children by unknown mothers.

  • Sir Robert (died 12 August 1332 at the Battle of Dupplin Moor);
  • Walter, of Odistoun on the Clyde, who predeceased his father; and
  • Niall, of Carrick, (died 17 October 1346 at the Battle of Neville's Cross).
  • Elizabeth (married Walter Oliphant of Gask);
  • Margaret (married Robert Glen), alive as of 29 February 1364; and
  • Christian of Carrick, who died after 1329, when she was in receipt of a pension

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Margaret De Moravia, legitimate daughter of King Robert I, m. Earl of Sutherland's Timeline

1315
1315
Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland
1344
November 10, 1344
Age 29
1346
March 30, 1346
Age 31
Balmuto, Fifeshire, Scotland
March, 1346
Age 31
Scotland