People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Matilda d'Aubigny, countess of Strathearn

Matilda d'Aubigny was the daughter of William d'Aubigny (d.1167/68) and Maud de Senlis, a cousin of Kings Malcolm IV and William I. She married Gilbert, earl of Strathearn (fl.1171-1223). In 1198 they founded the priory of Inchaffray which was elevated to an abbey in 1220 or 1221. They had at least one son, Gilcrist (d.1198), and one daughter, Matilda (Maud), who married Malcolm, earl of Fife (d.c.1228). In C.J. Neville, 'Malise Strathearn, sixth earl of Strathearn', ODNB, ???; []
1198 × 1210
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Date Short Summary Role Source
1200 X 5 April 1202 Gift of lands of Ardunie, ‘Achadlongsih’ (Craig), ‘Dufinder’ (Dubheads), and apdaine of Madderty (all PER) Pro salute anime 3/21/9 (Neville, Strathearn, no. 7)