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Lord Kinloss. Edward Bruce, 1st Lord Kinloss PC (1548 – 14 January 1611) was an Anglo-Scottish lawyer and judge. Kinloss was the second son of Edward Bruce of Blairhall and Alison Reid. He served as a Lord of Session from 1597 to 1603 and was created Lord Kinloss in 1602, with remainder to his heirs and assigns whatsoever. He played an important role in King James VI's succession to the throne of England, and accompanied the king to England on his accession in 1603. The same year Kinloss became an English citizen, was admitted to the Privy Council and appointed Master of the Rolls for life. In 1604 he was made Lord Bruce of Kinloss, with remainder to his heirs male, and in 1608 he was created Lord Bruce of Kinloss, with remainder to any of his heirs. Lord Kinloss married Magdalene Clerk, daughter of Alexander Clerk. He died in London in January 1611 and was succeeded in his three titles by his eldest son Edward. Children of Edward Bruce and Magdalene Clerk: Robert Bruce Edward Bruce, 2nd Lord Kinloss (1594–1613) Christian Bruce (died 1675) Thomas Bruce, 1st Earl of Elgin (1599–1663) Legal offices Preceded by Sir Thomas Egerton Master of the Rolls 1603–1611 Succeeded by Sir Edward Phelips Peerage of Scotland Preceded by New Creation Lord Kinloss Succeeded by Edward Bruce References Kidd, Charles, Williamson, David (editors). Debrett's Peerage and Baronetage (1990 edition). New York: St Martin's Press, 1990. Leigh Rayment's Peerage Pages