William Borthwick, 3rd Lord Borthwick

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Sir William Borthwick, 3rd Lord Borthwick (died 20 May 1503) was a Scottish nobleman, ambassador, and Master of the King's Household in 1485.[1][2]

The son of William Borthwick, 2nd Lord Borthwick (died c. 1483), the 3rd Lord Borthwick was knighted before his father. As Sir William de Borthwick, Knt, he appeared as defender on behalf of his father in an action of debt on 4 July 1476, when judgement was given against him. They appeared again together in an action on 16 October 1479, and this time had a judgement in their favour.[3]

He was one of the guarantors of the treaty with England dated 20 September 1484,[4][5] and a Conservator of other treaties on 26 March 1494[6] 30 September 1497, and 12 July 1499.[7][8])

William, Lord Borthwick, as superior of the lands of Nenthorn, Berwickshire, granted a charter of them to his second son, Alexander Borthwick upon the resignation dated 27 June 1495 of James Wilson, the previous feuar.[9]

Lord Borthwick was succeeded by his son and heir, William Borthwick, 4th Lord Borthwick.

His daughter, Agnes, married David Kennedy, 1st Earl of Cassilis.

Peerage of Scotland
Preceded by
William Borthwick
Lord Borthwick
c 1484–1503
Succeeded by
William Borthwick

References

  1. Pine, L.G., FSA Scot, &c.,The New Extinct Peerage 1884-1971, London, 1972: 32, ISBN 0-900455-23-3
  2. Anderson, William, The Scottish Nation, Edinburgh, 1867, vol.ii, p.339, has him as being killed at the battle of Flodden but this is incorrect - see Complete Peerage and Pine (1972)
  3. Anderson, William, The Scottish Nation, Edinburgh, 1867, vol.ii, p.339
  4. Foedera, xii, p.241
  5. Bain, Joseph, FSA Scot, &c., Calendar of Documents Relating to Scotland, Edinburgh, 1888, vol.iv 1357-1509, addenda 1221-1435, no.1505, p.308
  6. Bain, 1888, p.418
  7. Anderson (1867), vol.ii, p.339
  8. Pine, L.G., FSA Scot, &c.,The New Extinct Peerage 1884-1971, London, 1972: 32
  9. Nisbet, Alexander, A System of Heraldry &c., volume 2, 1722, facsimile edition, Edinburgh, 1984, Appendix, p.106