Robert de Brus [Bruce] (d. 1141) was the son of Robert I, and companion of David I of Scotland at the Court of Henry I. His two sons were Adam, and Robert de Brus III (fl. ?1138-1189). See the Dictionary of National Biography for further details.
Rolls giving the descendants of Robert de Brus (d. 1141) as patrons of Gisburn priory, Yorkshire, c. 1470, and relating to the rights of the hospital of St. Peter, York, 16th century.
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Brus | Robert de | ? 1078-1141
Gisburne priory | Yorkshire
St. Peter's hospital | Yorkshire