Walter Lindsay (V), son of William Lindsay (IV) (d.1271)
There is no evidence that this Walter was sheriff of Berwick or justiciar of Lothian, as Scots Peerage states.
This Walter appears to have inherited large estates in Lancashire and Westmorland from his mother, Alicia of Lancaster. He presumably inherited Lamberton in BWK from his father.
He paid King Henry III two marks for a respite of knighthood on 7 Nov. 1256. And King Alexander III wrote to Henry to ask him to remove the destraint of knighthood placed upon Walter (V) until Walter returned from his intended pilgrimage to Santiago de Campostella, 28 Aug. 1260 (1/8/29). Walter (V) was an envoy of Alexander III to Henry III in May 1265 (CDS, i, no. 2381; 4/41/1).
Sir Walter (V) died on 2 Nov. 1271. (CDS, i, no. 2626).
He married a woman named Christina, who later married Walter de Percy in England, as mentioned in a letter of King Alexander III dated 23 Sept. 1274 (1/8/86).