Name: Reginald CRAWFORD , of Loudoun, Sir 1
Birth: ABT 1253 in Loudoun, Ayrshire, Scotland
Death: 1297 in Murdered by the English at Black Parliament of Ayr 1
Sir Reginald Craufurd; Sheriff of Ayr; murdered by the English garrison at the Black Parliament of Ayr c 1297; m. Cecilia -- and had [Sir Reginald, elder son, executed by English at Carlisle 13 Feb 1307], with a younger son. [Burke's Peerage]
Sir Reginald was a "firm friend of King Robert the Bruce". He was given lands of Crumshine in Cunningham, which had belonged to John Baliol. His sister Margaret was given one half of the lands of Crawford-John.
Witness to a donation to the monastery of Paisley by James, Lord High Steward of Scotland 1288. He distinguished himself at the battle of Bannockburn, receiving a grant for his services to the Barony of Auchinames and the privilege of adding to his coat-of-arms two lances saltire.
Note: The line I was following, with the notes immediately above, had Reginald's parents as John de Crawford & Alicia de Dalsallock, but I believe that John was named, according to BP, Hugh Craufurd of Loudoun, who married Alicia Heiress of Draffen; and that these two couples are the same people; and that Roger Crawford, of Crumshuc (Crumshine?), is the "younger son" mentioned by BP above.
Father: Hugh (John) CRAUFURD , 4th Laird of Loudoun b: ABT 1226 in Loudoun, Ayrshire, Scotland
Mother: Alicia Heiress of DRAFFEN b: ABT 1230 in Draffen, Lesmahagow Parish, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Cecilia b: ABT 1255 in Scotland
- Roger CRAWFORD , of Crumshuc, Sir b: ABT 1285 in Crumshuc, Cunningham, Ayrshire, Scotland
- Title: Burke's Peerage & Baronetage, 106th Edition, Charles Mosley Editor-in-Chief, 1999