About Walter de Moravia
Sir Walter de Moravia Lord of Petyn, son of William, son of William, son of Freskin
Not extended in Burke's Peerage
A genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry ; or, Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland by John Burke Page 620
Walter de Moravia, who succeeded his father in 1226, and was the first of this family designed by the title of" Bothwell." In a deed in the chartulary of Moray, this Walter is stated to be the son of William, and in a charter of confirmation granted by Alexander II. anno 1248, and by another deed, in 1253, it is evident that David de Olifard was the successor of Walter de Olifard, and the ancestor of Walter de Moravia, which two deeds are taken from the chartularly of Glasgow, and are in the possession of the family of Panmure.
Walter de Moravia wedded a daughter of Duncan, earl of Fife, and had two sons, William and Andrew, by the elder of whom, Sir William de Moravia, Dominus de Bothwell, he was succeeded in 1284. He died, however, without issue, in 1293, and was s. by his brother, Sir Andrew Moray of Bothwell
(4) Sir Walter de Moravia, Lord of Petyn, d. 1244
Also on page 17
Sir Robert Douglas in his Peerage says that Walter Moray of Bothwell (No. 6 of this book) [This profile] married a daughter of the Earl of Fife; but the Scots Peerage says that it was Walter's father - Sir William Moray of Bothwell (No. 5), - died before 1253, who married a daughter of Malcolm, Earl of Fife.