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Donald will use this page to provide the information he has so that other can document the lineage. This is for Tyndale 318. Please enter this information Robert Uchtred Fitz De Tyndale b.c. 1125 – 1150 Baron of Langley b. South Tyndale, Northumberland. d. c.1150 Northumberland, England. m. Lady De-Tyndale b.1125. Robert de Tyndale: Birthdate: circa 1125: Death: 1150. Immediate Family: Son of Uchtred, Lord of Tyne-dale and Bethóc ingen. Reference. Geni.
Please enter this Bethoc Ingen. FitzWaldeve. Born Bane, Princess of Scotland. b. 1080-1160. m.c.1085 Uchtred (Hadrian) De Tyndale b. 1074 in Moray d.1152. Lord of Tyne-dale. Children: two sons John Fritz Uchtred and Robert Fritz Uchtred. one daughter Hextilda Fitz Uchtred Countess of Atholl de Comyn was born in 1122, in Tyne-dale, source Scots Peerage, Vol. I, pg. 1 - 3. Ancestral Roots, 121A-23. Geni. Uchtred fitz Robert deTyndale c. 1125-1150. My Heritage/Hextilda_tyndale The first member of the family known by this name was Uchtred, Lord of Tyndale, who married Bethoc, daughter of Donald III, King of Scots. His name, the period of his life and his lands and position suggest a kinship with the Anglo-Saxon Earls of Northumbria, one of whom was Uchtred the Bold, Earl from 1006 to 1016. These Earls, in turn, were descended from the Saxon Kings of Northumbria. This ancient and eminent family (de-Tyndale) is traced by authentic records from the time of the early Plantagenets.
- The first member of the family known by this name was Uchtred, Lord of Tyndale, who married Bethoc Canmore, daughter of Donald III, King of Scots from 1093–1099---Young, Alan, Robert the Bruce's Rivals: The Comyns, 1213–1314, (East Linton, 1997), pp15 -
- while their daughter is well documented, there are no records to indicate a son or additional male lineage.
- The earliest feudal records indicate that an Adam de Tindale was the feudal Baron of South Tyne-dale and of Langeley/Langley Castle, both in the county of Northumberland. The Barony had been held by his father or grandfather by the service of one knight's fee, in the time of Henry I. Considering the dates, his position and territorial designation, it is probable that this Baron was either the son or grandson of Uchtred, Lord of Tyndale and Princess Bethoc of Scotland. Adam was succeeded by his son, Adam, who held the Barony during the reign of Richard I of England, paid 100 pounds for his relief, with livery of his land, in 1194 and appears to have died in 1224 ---National Archives (UK): Pipe Rolls for Northumberland