Dundemore, Stephen De
Dundemore, Stephen De a Scotch prelate, was the descendant of an ancient family in Fifeshire, and is by some called Dundee. He was chancellor of the see of Glasgow, and afterwards, in 1317, elected bishop; but, being an enemy to the English interest, king Edward II would not consent to his appointment. He was never consecrated, but is said to have died on his way to Rome. See Keith, Scottish Bishops, page 242.