A younger son of this family, Vivian de Molyneux, a knight or squire, accompanied Avice de Lancaster (d 1190), daughter of William de Lancaster, Baron of Kendal (d 1170), into Scotland on the occasion of her marriage to Richard de Morville (d 1189) in 1167, settling at Oxton, Lauderdale (Berwickshire) and then Saltoun, East Lothian (Molyn of Berwickshire, evidently a landowner, signed the Ragman Roll in 1296, so 'Molyn' may represent a transitional form of the name from Molyneux, through Molyn, to Milne.Vivian de Molyneux's descendants, of whom there appears otherwise to be no trace, may have moved North with the Gordons of Gordon, Berwickshire (about 10 miles from Oxton), of which clan the Milne family are a sept, following the Gordon acquisition of the Lordship of Strathbogie, Aberdeenshire, in the early 1300s (see HUNTLY M.).GRAHAM NASSAU GORDON SENIOR-MILNE, ACA, 41ST BARON AND 34TH PRINCE PALATINE OF MORDINGTON AND A LORD ADMIRAL IN THE ADMIRALTY OF SCOTLAND, [The Much Hon. John's, York from 2011The Milne/Mylne/Miln family is widespread in the North-East of Scotland, having been settled in Aberdeenshire and its neighbouring counties since the Middle Ages.The Baron of Mordington, 39 Castle Street, Norham, Northumberland TD15 2LQ], formerly of Edrington House, Mordington, Berwickshire (1998-2004), The Dovecote, Lowick (1996-1998), Sanson Seal, Berwick-upon-Tweed (1985-1996), 113 Gowan Avenue, London SW6 (1982-1985), 40 Barons Court Road, London W14 (1982); by interlocutor (decree) of the Court of the Lord Lyon dated and matriculated arms at the LO 30 October 2007; changed name by warrant of the Lord Lyon King of Arms dated as heir male of his mother, Pamela Mary Milne (ne Senior), elder daughter and senior heraldic co-heiress of Oliver Nassau Senior, who d , heraldic heir of his ancestral uncle, Ascanius William Senior (1728-89), High Sheriff of Hampshire, to whom arms were granted under the hands and seals of Garter King of Arms and Clarenceux King of Arms (); b 29 Sept 1955 at the Nuffield Maternity Home, Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford; educ Fonthill Lodge Pre-Prep. In 2006 Milne was the 386th name in order of frequency in the United Kingdom.Reliable information now available about the early Scottish kingdom and its kings is therefore limited.The present document attempts to reconstruct the genealogy of the Scottish kings from the mid-9th century.If you’re having a blast with emoticons and want to learn a more, then here are animals, expressions and other fun ones to liven up your emails and messages!A couple of quick tips before we get started: Tongue in Cheek :-J colon minus sign capital J Tongue Tied :-& colon minus sign ampersand Blushing =^_^= equal sign caret underscore caret equal sign Alarmed :-o colon minus sign lowercase o Laughing out Loud =-D equal sign minus sign capital D Angry open parentheses asterisk close parentheses greater than sign Rabbit (‘.’) open parentheses apostrophe period apostrophe close parentheses Snail [email protected]_v underscore at sign underscore lowercase v Some fun emoticons are more complicated. _…_ ( ” \ \ / \ /
It is possible, however, that 'de Molendino' was a Latinized form of 'de Molines' or 'de Molyneux' since the arms borne by Milne/Mylne in Scotland (or, a cross moline azure) are a reversal of those of Molyneux, Earls of Sefton (azure, a cross moline or).It passed between different families until the early 10th century, as shown in Part A of Chapter 1 of the present document.The county settled in the family of the vicomtes d Auvergne in the latter part of the 10th century (see Parts B and C of Chapter 1).Great-grandson of gilded Sir Roland And the heir and the possessor of the land from the line of his ancestor [literally his grandfather], That is the lineage of kings, He was purely descended from the ancient blood of Brittany.Lineages came to you adroitly in a fine manner From the blood of Velville in profusion; The stag (i.e. Mc Donald of the Department of Manuscripts and Records.