Robert III


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Robert III

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(Biography) ?1337–1406, king of Scotland (1390–1406), son of Robert II
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It has taken researchers three years to unpick the complex handwritten entries, across eight volumes, which contain details of everyday life in the reigns of Robert III, James I, James II, James III and James IV.
and Laurie Warrender, Camilla Warrender, Alesandra Rain, Mary Warrender, and Joseph Warrender and her cherished grandchildren Robert III, Nicholas, Jeremy, Brendan, and Andrew.
The following month his father Robert III died, making James the uncrowned King of Scots.
Kelly IV, Caroline and Grace Kelly; Katie Schoen (fiancee of Jeff DeMaria), Sarah Schoen Damiani (Anton), Scott Jr., and Tyler Schoen; Alison Tyler McMullen (Casey), Robert III, Emily and Benjamin Tyler; Patrick Tyler; Hayley, Darcy and Madison Tyler; and five great-grandchildren, Aidan and Sophia Damiani; and Cameron, Paige and Brynn McMullen, all of whom called her "Grand Nan." In addition, Nancy leaves her brother John McGrath and sister-in-law Adrienne McGrath, and sister, MaryAnn Brown, all of Boston.
The city's earliest prison, the Ward House, part of the old Tolbooth, was built after Robert III's 1398 grant allowing its construction near the marketplace.
In 1407, a Kennedy married a daughter of King Robert III and he and his five brothers owned half the county.
In Scotland, though, well-known king Robert II dropped off the perch and was succeeded by his equally famous son, Robert III.
The argument is that Scottish kings Robert II (1371-1390) and Robert III (1337-1406) had a clear and deliberate policy towards England that was based on Scottish national interests and only occasionally the result of French influence.