John Balliol

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John Balliol
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Keeng John, his croun an sceptre symbolically broken as depictit in the 1562 Forman Armorial, produced for Mary, Queen o Scots.
Keeng o Scots
Reign 17 November 1292 – 10 Julie 1296
Coronation 30 November 1292, Scone
Predecessor Margaret (disputed)
Successor Robert I
Spouse Isabella de Warenne
Issue
Edward Balliol
Hoose Hoose o Balliol
Father John I de Balliol
Mother Devorguilla o Gallowa
Born c. 1249
unkent
Died 25 November 1314
Picardy, prob. Hélicourt
Burial prob. Hélicourt
Religion Roman Catholicism

John Balliol (Norman French: Johan de Bailliol, Middle Scots: Jhon Ballioun;[1][2] c. 1249 – 25 November 1314), kent as Toom Tabard (Scots for "empty coat"), wis Keeng o Scots frae 1292 tae 1296.

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