Note: While the younger son, his father made him his heir, and thus he succeeded to Wark. His wife, Margaret de Brus, was the third of four sisters and coheirs of Piers de Brus, her share of the inheritance being Kendal in Westmorland. Their elder son, and heir, Robert de Ros, who became Lord Ros of Wark in 1295, took the side of the Scots against the Crown of England, and died in poverty shortly before 20 April 1274, hislands forfeited, and his title stripped.
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