See also

Sir BADENOCH ( -1305)

1. Sir John "The Red" Comyn, Lord of BADENOCH, child of John "The Black" Comyn, Lord of BADENOCH ( -c. 1303) and Alionora (Mary) de Baliol (c. 1246- ), died on [Julian] 10 February 1305.

 

Sir John's mother's mother's mother was Margaret of Huntingdon. Through this connection he had a strong claim to the Scots throne (given that that Margaret was elder sister of the Isobel of Huntingdon through whom Robert the Bruce had his claim). He was murdered by that Robert Bruce, after which the latter had himself crowned.

Second Generation

2. John "The Black" Comyn, Lord of BADENOCH, son of John Comyn I, "The Red" Lord of Badenoch , Justiciar of Galloway and Alicia de Ros, died circa 1303. He married Alionora (Mary) de Baliol.

 

3. Alionora (Mary) de Baliol, daughter of John de Baliol of Barnard Castle and unk, was born circa 1246. She and John "The Black" Comyn, Lord of BADENOCH had the following children:

 

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Sir John "The Red" Comyn, Lord of BADENOCH ( -1305)

Third Generation

4. John Comyn I, "The Red" Lord of Badenoch , Justiciar of Galloway (also known as John Comyn I, Lord of Badenoch), son of Richard Comyn, Lord of Badenoch, died after 1273. He married Alicia de Ros. He married Marian of Galloway.

 

5. Alicia de Ros was the daughter of Sir William de Ros of Helmsley. She and John Comyn I, "The Red" Lord of Badenoch , Justiciar of Galloway had the following children:

 

John II COMYN (1245-1303). John was born in 1245. He died in 1303.

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John "The Black" Comyn, Lord of BADENOCH ( -c. 1303)

 

6. John de Baliol of Barnard Castle married unk.

 

7. unk was the daughter of Margaret of Huntigdon. She and John de Baliol of Barnard Castle had the following children:

 

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Alionora (Mary) de Baliol (c. 1246- )