David de Lindsay
|Noble family||Lindsay family|
|Father||William de Lindsay|
|Mother||Aleanora de Limesay|
Lindsay was the eldest son of William de Lindsay and Aleanora de Limesay. David held the position of Justiciar of Lothian, a post which his father had once held, with Gervase Avenel from 1208 until his death in 1214.
Marriage and issue
He married Marjorie, said to be an illegitimate daughter of Henry, Earl of Huntingdon, however more chronologically likely to have been an illegitimate daughter of David, Earl of Huntingdon, they are known to have had the following issue:
- David de Lindsay (died 1240), married Christina, without issue.
- Gerard de Lindsay (died 1249), succeeded his brother, without issue.
- Alice de Lindsay, married Henry de Pinkeney, heiress of her brothers, with issue.
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