Firstly, 'of Quarrelwood', and later 'of Bass'. His wife is unknown.
The sons always held other estates in their father's lifetime; usually, from about 1300, Edrington castle and estates in Berwickshire, but not always, as with the Robert de Lawedre who appeared to prefer to be up north.
Designated Sir Robert de Lawdre of Quarrelwood, (part of the MacBeth lands already mentioned) and Captain of Urquhart Castle.
He fought at the Battle of Halidon Hill (1333) and afterwards Urquhart Castle (Refer Boethius Book XV,chapter 5; also Hailes' Annals vol II, p.168).
Sir Robert had been appointed Justiciary of the North of Scotland in 1328 and was a Scottish peace treaty commissioner in 1335 (refer Foedera v.IV,p.677). He was granted a pension by David II on 1st October 1363 (refer Great Seal 1306-1424, number 67,p.32).
Ambassador to England, 1342