Robert de Brus (3rd Lord of Annandale)

( - 1191)
     Robert de Brus (3rd Lord of Annandale) was the son of Robert de Brus 2nd Lord of Annandale and Euphemia de Aumale.
     Lord of Annandale. of Hartlepool, co. Durham
Had a grant of a messuage in Hartlepool to the monks of Durham by father Robert de Brus witnessed by sons, 'Roberto, Willelmo et Bernardo filiis meis..' and others, ca. 1170-1190.
     Robert de Brus (3rd Lord of Annandale) married Isabel Avenal of Scotland, daughter of William the Lion, King of Scotland, in 1183.
     Robert died in 1191 in Scotland. He died without issue. (1190?).

Jonathan Cockin

     Their descendant is Jane Tindall of Old Ouse Farm, Wistow, Selby YO8 0RP.
     Jonathan Cockin married Jane Popplewell, daughter of Robert Popplewell and Elizabeth Duckett, on 24 May 1820 in Adlingfleet, Yorkshire. Her descendant is Jane Tindale of Wistow, Yks. Marriage also recorded as Ardsley, YKS – same date..

William de Brus

( - June 1212)
     William de Brus was the son of Robert de Brus 2nd Lord of Annandale and Euphemia de Aumale.
     Lord of Annandale, of Hartlepool, co. Durham. Lord of Annandale [Scot]
'William de Brus', witness [with Bernard de Brus and others] to charter of Robert de Brus [called Robert II de Brus (more likely, the father of William] granted Elton, near Stockton, to William de Humetz, before 1184
[EYC II:4, no. 650 -note 3; cites Brit. Mus., Cott. ch. xviii, 50][3].
     William de Bruce (Brus) was the second son of Robert (II) de Bruce (d.1194?) and his wife, Euphemia, niece of William, earl of Albemarle. He had two brothers, Robert (III) (d.a.1191), and Bernard, and one sister, Agatha. He married Christina, by whom he had two sons, Robert (IV) and perhaps William. He died on 16 July 1211 or 1212. In A.A.M. Duncan, 'Robert (II) de Brus, lord of Annandale', ODNB, viii, 373; [http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/3749].
     Grant of a messuage in Hartlepool to the monks of Durham by father Robert de Brus witnessed by sons, 'Roberto, Willelmo et Bernardo filiis meis..' and others, ca. 1170-1190.
     William de Brus married Christina FitzAlan (Bruce), daughter of Walter FitzAlan and Eschyn de Molle of Huntlaw, before 1195 in Scotland. Her dower included a third of the manor of Hartlepool, co. Durham, as evidenced by agreement with her son and heir Robert de Brus: ' On 11 Nov 1218, an agreement between Robert Brus and Patrick, earl of Dunbar and C. the countess, records that Patrick was to retain one third of the market.
     He had charters for a market and fair, granted 1201 by King John to William de Brus; William owed 20m. for having a market and a fair lasting three days ' (PR, 3 John, pp. 249-50).
     William died |16 June 1212 according to John Ravillious and 16 July 1212 via Wikipedia. in June 1212 in Scotland.

Children of William de Brus and Christina FitzAlan (Bruce)