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Lindsay Earls of Crawford: the heads of the Lindsay family in late medieval Scottish politics, 1380-1453

@inproceedings{Cox2009LindsayEO,
  title={Lindsay Earls of Crawford: the heads of the Lindsay family in late medieval Scottish politics, 1380-1453},
  author={Jonathan M. Cox},
  year={2009}
}
This thesis examines the careers of the first four Lindsay earls of Crawford, 1380-1453. Each of these four Scottish earls played an important role in Scottish politics, though they have not been closely examined since A. W. C. Lindsay’s Lives of the Lindsays, or a memoir of the Houses of Crawford and Balcarres, published in 1849. This is despite the fact that these men figured in some of the major events in late medieval Scotland. David 1st earl of Crawford can be linked to the murder of David… Expand
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