William de Ros
He was one of the competitors for the Scottish crown in 1292.
He then fought in the Welsh campaigns. He also fought at the Battle of Falkirk, 1298, and was present at the siege of Caerlaverock, 1300.
He died in 1316.
William appears in The Falkirk Roll, H32; The Caerlaverock Poem, K28 & Glover's Roll, B66, where he bears
Gules three water bougets argent
William de Ros, in Walford's Roll, C68, bears
Azure three water budgets or
William de Ros, died 1334, bears, in The Stirling Roll, ST74, the above arms with a label
Azure three water budgets or a label gules
Robert de Ros, died 1285, the father of William, and the son of an earlier William, bears the same arms as the first William above in The Camden Roll, D197 & St George's Roll, E168. In Glover's Roll, B67 & Walford's Roll, C132, he bears the arms with a label
Gules three water bougets argent a label azure
Robert de Ros, died 1311, bears, in St George's Roll, E639,
Gules three water bougets ermine
Robert de Ros, died 1269, bears, in Glover's Roll, B173
Or three water bougets sable
Thomas de Ros, in The Stirling Roll, ST76, bears
Gules a fess between three water bougets or