The origins of the clan Abernethy were as lay abbots at Culdee Monastery of Abernethy in Stratheorn. 12th Century references record Hugh Abernethy at Ormiston, East Lothian.
At the time of the conflict with England regarding seating of Robert the Bruce as King of Scotland, Sir Lawrence Abernethy rode with 80 men to Bannockburn to support the English forces. At the battle site, Abernethy met Sir James Douglas and was briefed on the situation, influencing Sir Lawrence to change his mind and vow allegiance to King Robert the Bruce. Abernethy and his men joined the Scottish resistance at both the Battle of Bannockburn as well as the Battle of Dupplin Moor in 1332.
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