Maude of Chester (1171–1233)

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Maude of Chester (1171–1233)

Countess of Huntingdon . Name variations: Maud de Kevilioc or de Keveliock; Maud Dunkeld; Matilda of Chester. Born in 1171; died on January 6, 1233; daughter of Hugh de Kevilioc, 3rd earl of Chester (some sources cite 6th earl of Chester), and Bertrada of Evreux ; married David (c. 1144–1219), earl of Huntingdon (r. 1185–1219), on August 26, 1190; children: seven, including Margaret (d. 1228, who married Alan of Galloway); Isabella (1206–1251, who married Robert Bruce); Ada Dunkeld (c. 1195–after 1241); Robert (died young); Henry (died young); John of Chester (c. 1207–1237), earl of Chester (r. 1232–1237).