David, II Bruce, King of Scotland

(5 March 1323/24 - 22 February 1370/71)
     David, II Bruce, King of Scotland was born on 5 March 1323/24 in the Monastery, Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland. He was the son of Robert, the Bruce, King of Scotland and Elizabeth de Burgh.
     David II, (Bruce), king of Scotland, was the son and successor of Robert Bruce, at whose death, in 1328, he was only five years old. On the invasion of Scotland by Baliol, David was sent to France; but his party prevailed, after a bloody contest, and he returned home in 1342. He made several inroads on England, but was taken prisoner at the battle of Nevil's Cross, 1346, conveyed to the Tower, and did not recover his liberty till 1357, on paying a heavy ransom. David held the title of Earl of Carrick between 1328 and 1330.
     David, II Bruce, King of Scotland married Joan, Princess of England on 17 July 1328 in Berwick Upon Tweed, England. David became King of Scotland in 1329.
     David, II Bruce, King of Scotland married secondly Margaret Drummond circa 20 February 1363/64 in Inchmurdach, Fife, Scotland. She was the widow of John Logie, Kt whocdied before 5 April 1357. David, II Bruce, King of Scotland and Margaret Drummond were divorced in 1370.
     David died on 22 February 1370/71 in Edinburgh, Scotland, aged 46. He left no issue by either wife. He was buried in Holyrood, Edinburgh.

Elizabeth Mure

(between 1315 and 1320 - before 1355)
     Elizabeth Mure was born between 1315 and 1320 in Rowallan or Polkelly, Ayrshire, Scotland. T is not known which of Adam's wives was Elizabeth's mother. Adam's first wife was Joan, widow of Hugh Houston . She was the daughter of Adam Mure.
     She was Guardian of Scotland between 1338 & 1341 and again from October 1346.
     Elizabeth Mure married Robert, II Stewart, King of Scotland, son of Walter Stewart and Lady Marjory Bruce, after 22 November 1347. They received a papal dispensation 22 Nov 1347 which legitimized their four sons and five daughters. A marriage between Elizabeth Mure of the diocese of Glasgow & Hugh Giffard of the diocese of St Andrew's, contracted when he was 9 and she 11, was dissolved by the Pope xiii Kal. Juniii 1345. They had 10-13 children.
     Elizabeth died before 1355.

Children of Elizabeth Mure and Robert, II Stewart, King of Scotland

Euphemia Ross Countess of Moray

(circa 1330 - 1387)
     Euphemia Ross Countess of Moray was born circa 1330. Eupheme, daughter of Hugh, 6th Earl of Ross, by his last wife Margaret Graham. She was the daughter of Hugh, Earl of Ross, and Margaret Graham Countess of Ross.
     Euphemia Ross Countess of Moray married John Randolph 3rd Earl of Moray, son of Thomas Randolph Earl of Moray, before 1346. Euphemia was the daughter of Hugh, Earl of Ross, by his second wife, Margaret daughter of Sir David Graham. No issue.
     Robert, II Stewart, King of Scotland married secondly Euphemia Ross Countess of Moray after 2 May 1355 in Scotland. As Countess of Moray, she then married (Papal dispensation dated 2 May 1355) as his second wife, Robert Stewart, Earl of Strathearn, afterwards King Robert II. They received a papal dispensation by Pope Innocent VI.
     Euphemia died in 1387.