Hugh Crawford of Loudoun & Crosbie, 2nd Sheriff of Ayr

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Hugh de Crawford

Also Known As: "de Crawford"
Birthdate: (77)
Birthplace: Loudoun, Ayrshire, Scotland
Death: circa 1297 (73-81)
Loudoun, Ayrshire, Scotland
Immediate Family:

Son of Sir Reginald de Crawford, 1st Sheriff of Ayr and Margaret, Heiress of Loudoun
Husband of Alicia de Dalsallock
Father of Margaret Crawford and Sir Reginald Crawford of Loudon
Brother of Sir John de Crawford, of Crawford; William Crawford and Adam Crawford

Occupation: Lord Of Loudoun
Managed by: Private User
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About Hugh Crawford of Loudoun & Crosbie, 2nd Sheriff of Ayr

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No male heirs found on record, thus the elder branch of the Crawford Family becomes Extinct in the Male line. So title passes to second son of Galfridus.


Sir John "acquired part of the Lordship and Barony of Crauford (known as Crawfurd-John) Crawfurd-John was the north part of the barony of Crawford

John, 3rd son of Sir Reginald de Crawford the first Sheriff of Ayr is the ancestor of the Clan branch at Craufurdland in Ayrshire. Married to Alicia de Dallsalloch


Hugh Craufurd; married Alicia, had with her a charter ofthe lands of Draffen 1271, and had, with a daughter (Margaret, mother of Sir William Wallace, Guardian of Scotland. [Burke's Peerage]


Hugh Craufurd; inherited his mother's property of Loudoun, granted 1226 and 1228 by Alan, Lord of Galloway, Constable of Scotland, the lands of Crosbie and Monnoch. [Burke's Peerage]


by his wife Alicia he left a son Reginald and a dau Margaret who m Sir Malcolm Wallace of Ellersley and was mother of the immortal patriot Sir William Wallace Hugh d in 1288 when he was 8 by his son


A distinguished patriot who was said to have been "treacherously murdered" in 1297. Crawfords of Auchinames are said to be descended for Viscount Hugh Crawford

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Hugh Crawford of Loudoun & Crosbie, 2nd Sheriff of Ayr's Timeline

1220
1220
Loudoun, Ayrshire, Scotland
1251
1251
Age 31
Loudoun, Ayrshire, Scotland
1255
1255
Age 35
Of Crawfordjohn, Clydesdale, Lanarkshire, Scotland
1297
1297
Age 77
Loudoun, Ayrshire, Scotland
1932
November 22, 1932
Age 77
November 22, 1932
Age 77
1933
January 5, 1933
Age 77
January 5, 1933
Age 77
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Sheriff of Ayr