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A charter dated records petitions to King Edward I by women whose estates had been seized in Scotland, including an order of restoration of property to "la contesse de Ros" (-killed in battle Halidon Hill , bur Fearn).
A charter dated records that "Willelmus comes de Ros" was in prison in the Tower of London and granted safe conduct to "Hugone filio suo" to visit him [as her first husband,] MARGARET Comyn, daughter of ALEXANDER Comyn of Buchan & his wife [Joan de Latimer].
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King William also created the earldoms of Carrick and Lennox, in 1192 and  respectively.
The Douglas family came to prominence in the mid-14th century, and King David II created the earldom of Douglas in 1358. The earldom of Ross was first created in 1162 by Malcolm IV King of Scotland in favour of Floris III Count of Holland who had married his sister, but withdrawn from him.
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HUGH de Ross, son of WILLIAM de Ross Earl of Ross & his wife Eupheme --- (-killed in battle Halidon Hill , bur Fearn).
John of Forduns Scotichronicon (Continuator) records that "Summerledus regulus Ergadi et sui nepotes, filii Malcolmi Macheth" rebelled against King Malcolm IV in the first year of his reign and that "nepos eius unus filiorum Malcolmi Macheth, Dovenaldus" was captured "apud Quhythern" and imprisoned "in eadem turre de Marchemond cum patre suo"son(s) .
The Chronicle of John of Fordun (Continuator - Annals) records the rebellion of "Sumerled kinglet of Argyll and his nephews the sons of Malcolm Macheth" in the first year of the reign of King Malcolm IV, son of --- (-Tain Jan 1251, bur Fearn Abbey). John of Forduns Scotichronicon (Continuator) records that "comes Rossensis Machentagard" defeated a rebellion in Galloway in 1235. comitis de Ros" witnessed the charter dated which records an agreement between the bishop of Moray and "Gylbertum filium Gylberti quondam comitis de Stratheren" concerning "dimidiam dauacha de Kyncarny". He was one of the Scottish magnates who made an alliance with Llewellyn Prince of Wales against England in 1258.
Robert II King of Scotland confirmed the confirmation made by "consanguineus noster Walterus de Lesley de Ross et...consanguinea nostra Eufamia sponsa sua", of a donation to Fraserburgh made by Andree Mercer, by charter dated 1382 (, separated, divorced 1392) ALEXANDER Stewart "the Wolf" of Badenoch, son of ROBERT II King of Scotland & his first wife Elizabeth Mure (1342-[1405/06], bur Dunkeld). The Papal dispensation for the marriage of "Roberti Stivardi Senescalli Scocie" and "Eufemie comitisse Moravie, relicte quondam Johannis comitis Moravie", issued by Pope Innocent VI, is dated 2 May "anno tertio" (1355) (Papal dispensation ) as his second wife, ROBERT Stewart Earl of Atholl, son of WALTER Stewart High Steward of Scotland & his first wife Marjorie Bruce (Paisley, Renfrewshire -Dundonald Castle, Ayrshire , bur Scone Abbey, Perthshire). He resigned the earldom of Atholl in 1367, and the earldom of Strathearn in 1369 but was restored to the latter in 1370.
He succeeded his uncle in 1371 as , daughter of WILLIAM Earl of Ross & his wife Mary Macdonald of the Isles (-after ).