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Bruce: Bruce of Brix, Bruce of Skelton
Br31. Robert de Bruges Castellan of Bruges 1046, emigrated to Normandy 1051
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www.baronage.co.uk 'Baronage' suggests that this Robert may have been a younger son of Lambert I, Count of Louvain after considering heraldic and other clues but remains a reasonable hypothesis. It is thought that this Robert settled in Normandy at a place which became known as Brix, a corruption of the family name.
m Emma of Brittany dau of Allan, Earl of Brittany
Br30-1. Adelm or Allan de Brus, Sn de Brix remained in Normandy
Sources disagree whether the son of Robert de Bruges who was ancestor of the Bruces of Scotland was called Adelm/Allan or Robert, although most seem to agree that it was the second son who was that ancestor.
Br30-1-1 Adam de Brus, Sn de Brix
Br31 =30 =29 Robert de Brusse came to England with William the Conqueror in 1066, d c1080 Various sources, including TSP, show this Robert as the Robert who married Emma of Brittany. However, because we have seen that sources which look before the Robert who came to England some of which appear reasonable have attributed her to the previous generation, we provisionally follow them and presume that TSP and others attributed Emma of Brittany to the wrong generation. BLG1850 shows this Robert's wife as Agnes de St. Clair who is also mentioned by 'Baronage'' in its articles which suggest the descent of this family from the House of Louvain.
m Agnes de St. Clair dau of Waldonius, Earl of St. Clair
Br29-1 William de Brusse
Br30 =29 =28 Adam de Brusse of Skelton, Lord of Cleveland d 1098
m ? Emma de Ramsay dau of Sir William de Ramsay
Br29 =28 =27 Robert de Bruce, Lord of Skelton and 1st of Annandale d 05.1141
m Agnes de Paganell b c1076, dau of Fulk de Paganell
Br27 Adam le Brus, Lord of Skelton b c1021, d 1143
m Jueta or Ivetta or Yvette d'Arches dau of William d'Arches =Guillaume Giffard, Viscount d'Arques
Many of the details of this part of the family have been found on sundry web sites which are not always convincing as to dates, etc..
Br26 Adam le Brus, Lord of Skelton d 1196
m1?. Joanna de Meschines dau of Ranulph 'de Gernons' de Meschines, 2nd Earl of Chester
m2?. Agnes or Hawise of Aumale dau of Etienne, Count of Aumale
Some web sites show Joanna as mother of Piers but others show Agnes as his mother. There are others still that indicate that she was a wife of Piers but the dates lead us to prefer to show her of this generation with a preference but no real reason to indicate that Agnes was mother of Piers simply because the perhaps unreliable dates indicate that her first husband died about 1150/2 so she may have promptly married Adam and produced Piers. On the other hand, of course, the dates could also support the view that Adam took another wife soon after Joanna had died soon after giving birth to Piers. This matter will be reviewed further in due course.
Br25 Piers Brus, lord of Skelton b c1152 ?, d c1222
m Joan le Grammaire b c1158, dau of Richard le Grammaire
Br24=28 Peter/Piers Brus, lord of Skelton and Danby b c1181, d 07.09.1241
m Hawise de Lancaster b c 1190, d after 09.1226, dau of Gilbert FitzReindfride
BE1883 Lancaster confirms Peter dsp, Margaret shown as eldest daughter, Agnes, Lucy and Laderine as their children.
Br23-1 Peter/Piers Brus, lord of Skelton b c1209, dsp 18.09.1272
m Hilary de Mauley dau of Piers de Mauley
Some sites show this Peter as father of the Lucy who married Marmaduke de Thweng. We follow TCP Thweng which names her parents as Peter Brus and Hawise de Lancaster.
Br23-2 Joan Brus b c1211, d before 13.10.1243
m Piers de Mauley d before 15.07.1279
Br23-3 Agnes Brus b c1215, d before 05.1279
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m1 William de Lancaster, Lord Kendal
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m2 Walter de Fauconberg of Ryse d before 1272
Only this second marriage, which is confirmed by BP1934 Conyers, is mentioned by BE1883 Lancaster.
Br23 =27 Lucy Brus b 1216, d after 1282
m c1242 Marmaduke de Thweng of Kilton d c1283
Br23-5 Margaret Brus b c1218, d before 30.01.1306/7, 3rd daughter?
m Robert de Ros of Wark or Werke Castle d before 20.04.1274
Br23 Laderina Brus b c1219
m John de Bella Aqua/Bellew/Beaulieu of Carlton, Lord d 1301
TCP Bellew identifies their children as ....
Be22 Sibyl or Isabel Bellew
m Miles Stapleton d Bannockburn 24 Jun 1314
Be22-2 Joan Bellew
m Aucher FitzHenry
Br23-7 Avelina de Bruce b c1206
Br23-8 Isabella de Bruce b c1207
Br23-9 John de Bruce b c1213
Br23-10 Alice de Bruce b c1220, Margery b c1221
Br24-2 oSimon de Bruce b c1183
Br24-3 Roger de Bruce b c1184, d after 1237
Br24-4 Thomas de Bruce b c1186
Br24-5 Robert de Bruce b c1187
Br24-10 William de Bruce b c1189
Br25-2 Isabel de Bruce d after 1230
Y
m Henry de Percy d c1198
Y
Br26-2 William le Brus b c1136
Br27-2 Sir Robert de Bruce, 2nd Lord of Annandale b c1103, d 1194
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m Euphemia
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Br27-3 Pagan de Bruce possibly ancestor of Bruce of Pickering
Br28 =27 =26 Agatha de Bruce b c 1105
m Ralph Taillebois, lord of Middleham b c1100 . . . Y
Br28-2+ other issue - William d 1155, prior of Gisburne, Duncan, Rosselina

Sources: various web sites
TSP Bruce of Carrick, BLG1850 Bruce of Kennet, in supplement, BE1883 Bruce of Annandale
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