James Forbes - 2nd Baron Forbes, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, to which
he succeededin 1448; fought in battle of Brechin 18 May 1452; appointed
byParliament of 1457, in which he sat, as one of the Lords of Session for
the Court of Justice at Aberdeen.
Baron Alexander Forbes b: ABT 1380 & Elizabeth Douglas - page 19 - Elizabeth Douglas was married. (2) Sir David Hay of Yester. Baron Alexander Forbes - 1st Baron Forbes, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, to which he succeededin 1404; accompanied Alexander Stuart to England to tilt withLord Beaumont in 1408; gathered considerable land and wealthfrom his wife's connections; Knight; created a peer by James IIin 1442 as Baron Forbes; made a Lord of Parliament 1444/5; had abastard son, Richard, before 1421; died æ 68.
Sir John Forbes & Elizabeth Kennedy (Elizabeth or Margaret of Dunure) - Sir John "of the Black Lip"; Laird of Druminnor, Kynaldie, and other estates; Knight of Forbes; appointed Justiciary and Coroner of Aberdeenshire 1394.
John de Forbes - Received charters of various lands from King Robert and King David Bruce; sheriff of Aberdeenshire 1374; a Procurator for theBishop of Moray, 1375.
John de Forbes - Death: 1332 in Dupplin, Ireland - Might have been a deForbes other than John; killed at the battle of Dupplin, 1332, following Lord Mar.
John de Forbes - Defender of Urquhart, 1305
Duncan de Forbes - Received the first charter in the name of Forbes, 1272 in the23rd year of the reign of King Alexander III
Sir Robert Keith b: abt: 1350 in Dunnottar, Kincardineshire, Scotland & Heiress of Troup b: abt: 1352 in Troup, Banffshire, Scotland
son of: Sir William Keith b: abt: 1328 & Margaret Fraser b: abt 1330
son of: Sir Edward Keith b: abt: 1308 & Isobel (de Keth) b: abt 1310
son of: Sir William (Robert) de Keth b: abt: 1280 & Barbara de Seton - page 08 - b: abt 1285
son of: Sir John de Keth d bef 1270
son of: Herveus de Keth d: bef. 1242 - 1250
son of: Philip de Keth d: bef. 1220 & Eda Lorens - page 16
son of: Malcolm de Keth
son of: Herveus de Keth d: bef 1196 in Scotland