Reginald le Chen (died 1345)

Sir Reginald le Chen of Inverugie and Duffus (died 1345) was a 13th–14th century Scottish noble. He was Baron of Inverugie and Duffus.

Coat of arms of le Chen of Inverugie and Duffus

Reginald was the son of Sir Reginald le Chen of Inverugie and Mary de Moravia.

He was taken prisoner by the English at the Battle of Dunbar and sent to England, there to remain until his release in 1299. He signed the Declaration of Arbroath in 1320.

FamilyEdit

Reginald married Helen, daughter of Malise, Earl of Strathearn and Joanna Menteith and had the following issue:

He died in 1345, his two daughters inheriting the titles and lands between them.

CitationsEdit

  1. ^ a b c Notes and Queries, Series 7, Volume 10, July - December 1890. Oxford University Press, 1890, pages 123–124

ReferencesEdit

  • Cheyne, Archibald: The Cheyne Family in Scotland
  • Godsman, James: A History of the Burgh and Parish of Ellon, Aberdeenshire