I have new information on the ancestor of most people with the Pattillo, Patillo, Pattullo, Pittillo,etc names. Last year I sent a copy of a letter written by Rev. Leroy Pattillo in an old Pattillo family bible dated 1850. The letter was about Robert-Robin Pattillo of Scotland. From what I now know Rev. L. Pattillo`s story was inaccurate in many ways, but still a treasure in itself. The true story of Sir Robert Patillok is as follows; He was part of an army sent to France to fight for the French against the English in the Hundred Years War. With him was a brother. In July 1444, he was part of an army of 30,000 men, all nationalities were represented Lombards and Gascons, Spaniards,and English, Scots and Bretons. The Scots were led by John Montgomery, Lord d`Azay, and Robin Petit Lo ( Patillok). The entire army was led by the Dauhpin, who would soon be crowned King of France. On 26 August, 1444, the army attacked the Swiss at St Jacques, near Bale, and defeated them. The city of Dambach refused to surrender, the city was attacked in Oct. and taken by troops Robin Patillok and John Montgomery both Captains of the Scots Guard. ( Today both men would be Generals).This has been taken from a book entitled " The Scots Men-at-arms, And Life Guards In France V 1& 2, written by William Forbes-Leith (1882). The entire book is available through G. books, check pages V1, 53,54, 62,63, V2 check index, also read foot notes). I have only written the first part of Robin`s story - pages 53,54. The second part pages 62,63 is even better. Also check Wikipedia (Garde Ecossaise), some of this is I believe inaccurate. If anyone knows Robert Patillok`s birth and death dates,(not from Wikipedia) I would like to know.