Freskin de Moray

Freskin de Moray (died c. 1269), Lord of Duffus and Strathbrock, was a Scottish noble.

Freskin de Moray
Lord of Duffus and Strathbrock
Diedc. 1269
BuriedChapel of St Lawrence, Duffus
Noble familyde Moravia family
FatherWalter de Moravia
MotherEuphemia de Ross

He was the eldest son of Walter de Moravia and Euphemia de Ross. Freskin was a signatory of an agreement between Scotland and Wales in 1258, that the kingdoms would not make peace with King Henry III of England, without the consent of each other. Freskin died circa 1269 and was buried in the Chapel of St Lawrence, Duffus. His lands where split in moieties between his daughters.

Marriage and issueEdit

Freskin married Joanna, Lady of Strathnaver,[1] they are known to have had the following issue:[2]

  • Mary de Moray, married Reginald le Chen, had issue.
  • Christian de Moray, married William de Fedderate, had issue.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Volume 12, Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 1878. p.573.
  2. ^ The Scots Peerage: Banff-Cranstoun Volume 2 of The Scots Peerage: Founded on Wood's Edition of Sir Robert Douglas's Peerage of Scotland; Containing an Historical and Genealogical Account of the Nobility of that Kingdom, James Balfour Paul. D. Douglas, 1905.