Adam de Brus

( - 1172?)
     Lord of Cleveland. Of Skelton and Danby in Cleveland, co. York.
'Ada filio meo', witness to gift of father Robert of the manor of Appleton Wiske to St. Mary's, York ca. 1125-35 (EYC II: 1-2, cites Chartulary of St. Mary's)[3]. Adam de Brus was the son of Robert Brus.
     He inherited his father's English estates and settled there.
J P Ravilious wrote: Death: 1143[3],[2] lord of Cleveland
of Skelton and Danby in Cleveland, co. York
Visitation of Yorkshire pedigree shows his death in 1167[5]
'Ada filio meo', witness to gift of father Robert of the manor of Appleton Wiske to St Mary's, York ca. 1125-35 (EYC II: 1-2, cites Chartulary of St Mary's).
     Adam de Brus married Agnes Aumale, daughter of Stephen Aumale Count and Hawise de Mortimer, after 1151. She was subsequently married to William de Roumare II. Other sources suggest she married him first, but discussion on the medieval list supports a first marriage.
     1154 - Henry II forced Adam De Brus to give up the 'Castle of Danby, with the Lordship and Forest thereto appertaining' in exchange for the vills of Collingham, Berdesey and Rington.
1163 - Adam de Brus paid £16 in lieu of knight service in the Welsh wars.
1167 - Death of Adam de Brus of Skelton Castle, 26 years after inheriting., He is buried in Guisborough Priory and was succeeded by his son also called Adam.
     Adam died in 1172? In England. Visitation of Yorkshire pedigree shows his death in 1167. John Ravilious gives 1143.

Children of Adam de Brus and Agnes Aumale

Elizabeth de Burgh

(circa 1289 - 26 October 1327)
     Elizabeth de Burgh was born circa 1289 in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland. She was the daughter of Richard Og de Burgh, 2nd earl of Ulster (The Red Earl; 1259 - 29 July 1326).
     Elizabeth de Burgh married Robert, the Bruce, King of Scotland as his second wife, in 1302 in Writtle, Essex, England.
     Elizabeth died on 26 October 1327 in Cullen, Buckie, Moray/Aberdeenshire, Scotland. She was buried in October 1327 in in the choir of the Abbey, Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland.

Children of Elizabeth de Burgh and Robert, the Bruce, King of Scotland

Lucy Steer

(before 12 July 1827 - before 13 July 1827)
     Lucy Steer was born before 12 July 1827 in India.
     Lucy died before 13 July 1827 in Patna, Bengal Presidency, India. She was buried on 13 July 1827 in Patna, Bengal Presidency. She was the daughter of Lt Col William Frederick Steer and Lucy Gibbs (McDonald).