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Families covered: Lundin or Lundie or Lundy of that ilk, de Londres of Ogmore and Kidwelly

Simon de Londres
1. Sir William de Londres of Ogmore and Kidwelly (a 1090)
  A. Maurice de Londres of Ogmore and Kidwelly (d 1149)
  i. William de Londres of Ogmore and Kidwelly
  a. Sir Thomas de Londres of Kidwilly
  m. Eva de Tracey
  (1) Hawise de Londres (d 1274) HJY
  m1. Patrick de Chaworth (d 1257) HJY
  m2. Walter de Braose
  B. Richard de Londres
Sir William was also possibly (by no means certainly) father or grandfather of ...
  C. Thomas de Londoniis of Lundin
  m. Eschelyn de Molle (dau of Uchtred de Molle)
  i. Malcolm de Lundin of Lundie (1st hereditary Doorward or Durward of Scotland)
  m. dau of Gilchrist, 3rd Earl of Mar
  a. Thomas de Lundin of Lundie (Durward of Scotland)
  m. Christina (or Margaret) of Atholl (dau of Malcolm, 2nd Earl of Atholl)
  (1) Alan of Lundin, Durward, Earl of Atholl (d 1275)
  m1. Isabella, Countess of Atholl (d 1236, dau of Henry, 3rd Earl of Atholl)
  (A) Lora, 'Countess of Atholl' (d 1269)
  m2. Marjory (dau of Alexander II, King of Scots)
  (B) Ermingard
m. William de Soules
  (C) Anna --
  m. Colban, 8th Earl of Fife (b c1244, d 1270) --
  (2) Sir Colin of Lundyn
  ii. Philip de Londoniis of Lundin (Chamberlain)
  It appears that some sources suggest that this Philip was the same person as Philip de Valoniis who was also Chamberlain to King William the Lion of Scotland. It is more generally viewed that they were different people.
  a. Walter de Lundin
  (1) Thomas de Lundin possibly father of ...
  (A) daughter --
  m. Robert, later de Lundin @@ below --
  iii. Eschelyn or Eschynne de Londonnia of Molle JRY
  m1. Robert de Croc
  m2. Walter FitzAlan, 1st Hereditary Steward of Scotland (d 1177) JRY



Robert, later Lundin of Lundie (d before 1235 ?)
m. daughter of Thomas de Lundin @@ above
The connections over the next few generations are not fully secure. It seems that Robert, a bastard son of King William the Lion, married an heiress of the family of Lundin and took their name. He was possibly father of ...
1. Walter de Lundin
  m. Christian possibly parents of ...
  A. Sir Richard Lundie of Lundie (a 1297)
  m. Margaret of Dunbar (dau of Patrick, 8th Earl of Dunbar)
  i. Walter Lundie of Lundie
  m. Euphemia Graham (dau of Sir John Graham)
  a. ?? assumed to be at least one intervening generation before ...
(1) William de Lundy (d by 1411)
  (A) John Lundy of that ilk
  m. Isobel or Elizabeth Wemyss (widow of Sir Walter Ramsay of Pitcruvie)
  (i) John Lundy of that ilk (a 1496)
  m. (mcrt 21.01.1434-5) Elizabeth Lindsay (dau (sb sister?) of Sir John Lindsay, 1st Lord of the Byres)
  (a) Sir John Lundin of that ilk, Governor of Stirling Castle (d c1516) --
  m. Elizabeth (Isabella) Forrester --
(b) Sir Robert Lundie of Balgonie --
  m. Elizabeth or Helen Sibbald (dau of Sir Andrew Sibbald of Balgonie) --
  (c) Andrew Lundie of Stratherlie (a 1522)
  m. _ Melville
  (d) Elizabeth Lundie --
  m. (c1485) Sir Andrew Wood of Largo (b c1460, Admiral) --
  (ii) Andrew Lundy of Pitlochy
  (iii) Margaret Lundy
  m. (c1435) George Leslie, 1st Earl of Rothes (d 1489-90)

Main source(s): 'The most ancient Family of Lundin or Lundie of that ilk. A History' by Dr. Robert Lundie Smith with cross-reference support from TSP, etc.
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