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WILLIAM (TEUDON 1, LISIARD 2, ANSOUD 3, ANSOUD 4, GUARIN 5, ANSOUD 6, PETER 7, GUARIN 8, ROBERT 9, ROGER 10, RICHARD 11, PETER 12)
m. Ethana, d. of John Vaux or de Vallilbus, Lord of Dirleton d. by 1312
Sir William was sheriff of Forfar at the death of Alexander III and was among the barons who swore allegience to Edward I at St. Andrews 10 July 1292. In 1293 he granted Radulph of Dundee the lands of Banavie and Balrothie.
The arms of the Maules of Panmure are distiguished from those of the French family by the border being partitioned and the charges counterchanged. The number of escallops was eight in the arms of Sir William drawn c.1296, but nine by his son Sir Henry c.1320.
14I. HENRY- m. MARGARET HAY
"The Scottish Nation"- William Anderson, A. Fullarton & Co., Edinburgh, 1880 "The Scots Peerage"- Vol.VII, p.6
Sir William Maule Sir William Maule was the eldest son of Sir Peter Maule and Christina de Valognes, Baron and Baroness of Panmure and Benvie. William succeeded as Baron in 1254 on his father's death. He was married to Ethana de Vallibus, daughter of John Vaux, Lord of Dirleton, and left one son, Henry Maule, who succeeded him as Baron.