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%IM: Robert Arnot, 2nd Lord Balfour of Burleigh (died in 1663); in 1606 married to Margaret Balfour, Baroness Balfour of Burleigh (died in 1639), daughter of Sir Michael Balfour, 1 st Lord Balfour of Burleigh (1569-1619)

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%IM: Robert Balfour, 4th Lord Balfour of Burleigh (died in 1713); Lord Balfour of Burleigh SP i: 530-555: as Master of Burleigh Colonel of the Eastern Regiment of Fife and Kinross in 1689; commissioner for exercising the office of Clerk Register in 1690; the monopoly of making sailcloth with the Melvilles of Halkhill and Cassingray in 1696; succeeded his father in 1697; married Margaret Melville (born in 1658), eldest daughter of George Melville, 1st Earl of Melville

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%IM: Henry Balnaves (Bannayis) of Halhill; Cameron 1927:406n: 'He afterwards returned to Scotland, and in 1559 joined the Congregation. His diplomatic experience was useful in negotiations with England.'

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%IM: William Barclay

%FN: BarclayW54401

%IM: David Beaton, Cardinal, Archbishop of St. Andrews, Abbot of Arbroath and Chancellor of Scotland

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%IM: James Beaton, Archbishop of Glasgow; nephew of David Beaton, Cardinal, whom James Beaton succeeded as Abbot of Arbroath; educated in Paris

%FN: BeatonJ55001

%IF: Katherine Bellenden (Ballantyne),daughter of Patrick Bellenden, ancestor of the Lords of Broughton; wife of (1) Adam Hopper, Provost of Edinburgh (2) Francis Bothwell, Provost of Edinburgh, and (3) Oliver Sinclair of Pitcairn

%FN: BellendenK54301

%IM: John Bruce of Auchinbowie, Stirlingshire

%FN: BruceAJ55001

%IM: William Bruce of Earlshall

%FN: BruceEW54701

%IF: Anne Campbell, daughter of Archibald Campbell, 8th Earl of Argyll, Lord Lorne (1607-1661) and Margaret Douglas (1610-1678), daughter of William Douglas, 7th Earl of Morton (died unmarried by 1660)

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%IF: Anne Campbell, Marchioness of Huntly (1594-1638), daughter of Archibald Campbell, 7th Earl of Argyll ("the Grim"; 1575-1638) and Agnes Douglas (died in 1607), daughter of William Douglas, 6th Earl of Morton; in 1607 married to George Gordon, 2nd Marquess of Huntly (died in 1649)

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%IM: Archibald Campbell, 7th Earl of Argyll ("the Grim"; 1575-1638), son of Colin Campbell, 6th Earl of Argyll (a1546-1584) and Agnes Keith (died in1588), daughter of William Keith, 4th Earl Marischal; married in 1592 (1594) Agnes Douglas (died in 1607), daughter of William Douglas, 6th Earl of Morton

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%IM: Archibald Campbell, 8th Earl of Argyll, Lord Lorne (1607-1661), son of Archibald Campbell, 7th Earl of Argyll ("the Grim"; 1575-1638) and Agnes Douglas (died in 1607), daughter of William Douglas, 6th Earl of Morton; in 1626 married Margaret Douglas (1610-1678), daughter of William Douglas, 7th Earl of Morton

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%IM: Archibald Campbell, Marquis of Argyll

%FN: MArgyllA60001

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%IM: Archibald Campbell, 9th Earl of Argyll, Lord Lorne (1629-1685), son of Archibald Campbell, 8th Earl of Argyll, Lord Lorne (1607-1661) and Margaret Douglas (1610-1678), daughter of William Douglas, 7th Earl of Morton; in 1650 married Mary Stewart (died in 1668), daughter of James Stewart, 4th Earl of Moray

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%IM: Fynlay Campbell of Croswell; Corsewall is in the parish of Kirkcolm in Wigtownshire

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%IM: Hew Campbell of Loudoun, hereditary sheriff of Ayr, ancestor of the Earls of Loudoun; married to (i) Margaret (? Elizabeth) Stewart, daughter of Matthew, second Earl of Lennox, and (ii) Agnes Drummond

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%IM: John Campbell; Cameron 1927: 'Although it is doubtful if Mr. John Campbell... was a member of the Queen's household, yet it is plain from his lament that he put the Dowager's service before that of Lennox.'; ibid. 70, n. 3: 'Lennox sent John Campbell "one of his speciall freindis to the French king... to put him in hope that he sall do such service as sall be answerable to his expectation".'; 'A John Campbell appears on record about this date as the "noble youth" whom the Prior of Ardchattan designated as his successor.'

%FN: CampbellJ54301

%IM: Sir John Campbell of Lawers, 1st Earl of Loudoun, 1598-1663, eldest son of Sir James Campbell of Lawers; knighted by James VI; in 1620 married Margaret Campbell, baroness of Loudoun (b. c1605); lands of Sorn, Loudoun and Kylesmuir; in 1622 Lord Loudoun, 1633 Earl of Loudoun

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%IF: Marie Campbell, Countess of Caithness and Breadalbane (died in 1691), daughter of Archibald Campbell, 8th Earl of Argyll, Lord Lorne (1607-1661) and Margaret Douglas (1610-1678), daughter of William Douglas, 7th Earl of Morton; in 1657 married to George, 6th Earl of Caithness (died in 1676); in 1678 married to John Campbell, 1st Earl of Breadalbane (c1635-1717)

%FN: CampbellCBM65001

%IM: James Cockburn of Langtown

%FN: CockburnLJ54601

%IF: Lady Elisabeth Crichton, Countess of Alexander, 8th Earl of Eglinton; daughter of William, 2 nd Earl of Dumfries

%FN: CrichtonEE64701

%IM: Robert Cumming of Altyre; married to Lucy Gordon, daughter of Ludovick Gordon, 2nd Baronet of Gordonstoun and Elizabeth Farquhar

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%IF: Anne Cunningham, Marchioness of Hamilton (a1588-1647); daughter of James Cunningham, 7th Earl of Glencairn and Margaret Campbell; after 1602/3 married to Sir James Hamilton (1589-1624/25), 2nd Marquess of Hamilton, son of John Hamilton, 1st Marquess of Hamilton and Margaret Lyon

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%IM: William Cunningham, third Earl of Glencairn

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%IM: William Cunningham of Glengarnock

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%IF: Margaret Donaldson

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%IF: Anne Douglas, Countess of William Keith, 6th Earl of Marischal (married in 1654); eldest daughter of Robert Douglas, 8 th Earl of Morton and Elizabeth Villiers; died c1689

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%IM: Archibald Douglas, 6th Earl of Angus (c1489-1557); married Margaret Tudor, widow of James IV and sister of Henry VIII

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%IF: Euphanie Douglas, daughter to 5th Earl of Morton and Lady Agnes Leslie, daughter of George, 4th Earl of Rothes; married to Thomas Lyon of Baldukie, Master of Glamis, Lord High Treasurer (cf. Euphemia, SP vi: 374)

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%IM: Sir George Douglas of Pittendreich

%FN: DouglasPG54401

%IF: Isobell Douglas, daughter of Sir William Douglas of Kelhead, 2nd son of William, 1st Earl of Queensberry (SP vii: 146), baptized 1635

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%IM: Sir James Douglas of Drumlanrig

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%IM: James Douglas of Lochleven, Commendator of the Abbey of Melrose (son of Sir William Douglas of Lochleven, 5th Earl of Morton, married to Lady Agnes Leslie, daughter of George, 4th Earl of Rothes)

%FN: DouglasLJ60001

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%FN: DouglasLJ60003

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%IF: Margaret Douglas, Countess of Lennox; Stewart, Earls of Lennox, Scottish Peerage v: 348-355; only daughter and heiress of Archibald, 6th Earl of Angus, and Margaret Tudor, Queen Dowager of James IV of Scotland and sister of King Henry VIII of England; in 1544 married to Matthew, 4th Earl of Lennox, 1516-1571, who in 1570 was Regent of the Kingdom during the minority of his grandson King James VI

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%IF: Margaret Douglas, Countess and Marchioness of Argyll, 1610-1677/78, daughter of William Douglas, 7 th Earl of Morton and Lady Anne Keith; in c1626 married Archibald Campbell, 1 st Marquess of Argyll, son of Archibald Campbell, 7 th Earl of Argyll and Lady Agnes Douglas; her married name became Campbell. Countess of Argyll in 1638 and Marchioness of Argyll, on 15 November 1641.

%FN: DouglasAM66101

%IF: Jane Drummond, Countess of Roxburgh (1578-1643), daughter of Patrick Drummond, 3 rd Lord Drummond (1550-c1602) and Elizabeth Lindsay (a1558-1585); in 1614 married to Robert Ker, 1 st Earl of Roxburgh (a1577-1650)

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%IM: James Drummond, 4th Earl of Perth (1648-1716); married to Jane Douglas, daughter of William Douglas, 1 st Marquess of Douglas

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%IF: Jean Drummond, Countess of Sutherland; died in 1637; only child of James Drummond, 1 st Earl of Perth; in 1632 married to John Gordon, 14th Earl of Sutherland

%FN: DrummondSJ63501

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%IM: John Drummond, 2nd Earl of Perth

%FN: 2Perth64501

%IM: William Drummond

%FN: DrummondW69901

%IM: Alexander, 6th Earl of Eglinton

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%IM: Hugh, 7th Earl of Eglinton

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%IM: John Elphinstone, 2nd Lord Balmerino, son of James Elphinstone, 1 st Lord Balmerino (1557-1612) and Sarah Menteith, daughter of Sir John Menteith of Carse; in 1613 married Anne Kerr, daughter of Sir Thomas Kerr of Oxnam, later of Ferniehirst; died in 1649

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%IM: Alexander Erskine, son of 7 th Lord Erskine and Anna/Agnes Drummond, 2 nd daughter of David, Lord Drummond; held for a time the temporalities of the abbacy of Cambuskenneth; entered the army and became a colonel of the Horse; in 1624 applied for service to the Prince of Orange; at the end of 1625 he was a the court of Princess Elizabeth, ex-Queen of Bohemia, then at the Hague; one of the victims of the explosion at Dunglass Castle in 1640

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%IM: Sir Alexander Erskine of Dun (SP vi: 495, viii: 101); married to Margaret, 2nd daughter of Alexander Lindsay, 1st Lord

%FN: ErskineDA63301

%IM: Sir Charles Erskine of Cambuskenneth, son of John Erskine, 7 th Earl of Mar and Marie Stewart, 2 nd daughter of Esmé, 1 st Duke of Lennox; ancestor of the Erskines of Alva

%FN: ErskineCCh64301

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%FN: ErskineCCh64001

%IM: Henry Erskine, son of John Erskine, 7 th Earl of Mar and Marie Stewart2 nd daughter of Esmé, 1 st Duke of Lennox and Katherine de Balsac, youngest daughter of Guillaume de Balsac

%FN: ErskineH61701

%FN: ErskineH61801

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%IM: James Erskine, 6th Earl of Buchan, brother of Henry Erskine, son of John, 7th Earl of Mar and Marie Stewart; born a1607, died 1639/40; in 1615 married Mary Douglas, Countess of Buchan, daughter of James Douglas, 5th Earl of Buchan and Margaret Ogilvy

%FN: ErskineBJ62201

%IM: John Erskine, 6th Lord Erskine, Commendator of Dryburgh, governor of Edinburgh Castle

%FN: 6LErskine54701

%IM: John Erskine, 7th Earl of Mar, Lord Erskine, Scottish Peerage v: 615-622; perhaps the most prominent member of his family, and remarkable in his long friendship with King James VI; being a few years older than the King, educated with James VI; referred to as 'John Slates/Slatis' as the Earl had slaited (=outwitted) the King; Captain and Keeper of Stirling Castle; the care of the infant prince Henry; in1603 a Knight of the Garter in England; Lord Cardross; the High Treasurer of Scotland; married (1580) Anna or Agnes Drummond, 2nd daughter of David, Lord Drummond, and secondly (1592) Marie Stewart, 2nd daughter of Esmé, 1st Duke of Lennox and Katherine de Balsac, youngest daughter of Guillaume de Balsac; lands in Alloa, co. Clackmannan, earldom of Mar, incl. Strathdon, Braemar, Cromar, Strathdel

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%IM: John Erskine, 8th Earl of Mar (died 1653-4); in 1610 married Jean Hay (died 1668), daughter of Francis Hay, 9 th Earl of Erroll

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%IM: John Erskine, 9th Earl of Mar (buried in 1668), Chancellor; in 1641 married Mary Scott, daughter of Walter Scott, 1 st Earl of Buccleuch; in 1647 married Jean or Mary Mackenzie, daughter of George Mackenzie, 2 nd Earl of Seaforth

%FN: 9Mar65501

%IF: Sophia Erskine, in 1663 married to Alexander Fraser, Master of Saltoun (c1630-1658); Frasers of Philorth

%FN: ErskineFS67101

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%IM: Thomas Erskine, Commendator of Dryburgh; second son of John, fifth Lord Erskine. He succeeded as Master

of Erskine on the death of his elder brother at the battle of Pinkie

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%IM: Thomas Erskine of Pittodrie

%FN: ErskinePTh63202

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%FN: ErskinePTh63203

%IF: Elizabeth Farquhar, daughter of Sir Robert Farquhar, wife of Sir Lodovick Gordon, 2nd Baronet of Gordonstoun; died 1661

%FN: FarquharGE66001

%IM: James Farquhar

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%FN: FarquharJa64601

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%FN: FarquharJa64701

%IM: John Farquhar

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%IF: Margaret Farquhar

%FN: FarquharM65901

%IM: Robert Farquhar, father of Elizabeth Farquhar, wife of Sir Lodovick Gordon, 2nd Baronet of Gordonstoun (1624-1688)

%FN: FarquharMR65901

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%IM: Robert Farquhar, father of Elizabeth Farquhar, wife of Sir Lodovick Gordon, 2nd Baronet of Gordonstoun (1624-1688)

%FN: FarquharMR65901

%FN: FarquharMR65902

%FN: FarquharMR66001

%FN: FarquharMR66002

%IF: Margaret Feilding, Duchess of Hamilton (c1613-1638), daughter of Sir William Feilding, 1st Earl of Denbigh and Susan Villiers; in 1620 married to Sir James Hamilton, 1st Duke of Hamilton, son of Sir James Hamilton, 2nd Marquess of Hamilton and Anne Cunningham; also known as Mary, in 1620 styled as Countess of Arran, her married name became Lady Hamilton, in 1625 Marchioness of Hamilton; she held the office of Lady of the Bedchamber to Queen Consort Henrietta Maria

%FN: HamiltonMarg63601

%IM: James Fergusson

%FN: FergussonJ66301

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%IM: Andrew Fernie of Fernie, Chamberlain of Fife

%FN: FernieFA55701

%IM: John Fleming, 1st Earl of Wigtown (1567-1619); in 1585/6 married Lilias Graham, daughter of William Graham, 3 rd Earl of Montrose

%FN: 1Wigtown61901

%IM: John Fleming, 2nd Earl of Wigtown (1589-1650); in 1609 married Margaret Livingston, daughter of Alexander Livingston, 1 st Earl of Linlithgow

%FN: 2Wigtown62001

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%IM: John Fleming, 2nd Earl of Wigton (1589-1650), son of John Fleming, 1 st Earl of Wigton (1567-1619) and Lilias Graham, daughter of William Graham, 3 rd Earl of Montrose; in 1609 married Margaret Livingston, daughter of Alexander Livingston, 1st Earl of Linlithgow (died in 1621) and Helen Hay, daughter of Andrew Hay, 8 th Earl of Erroll

%FN: 2Wigton61701

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%IM: John Fleming, 6th Earl of Wigtown (c1673-1744); succeeded in 1681; married (i) 1698 Margaret Lindsay, 2nd daughter of Colin Lindsay, 3rd Earl of Balcarres, (ii) 1711 Mary Keith, eldest daughter of William, 9th Earl Marischal, and (iii) Eupheme Lockhart, daughter of George Lockhart of Carnwath

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%IM: Malcolm, third Lord Fleming, Chamberlain of Scotland

%FN: 3LFleming54501

%IM: Malcolm Fleming, Prior of Whithorn, second son of John, second Lord Fleming

%FN: FlemingWM54501

%IM: William Fleming, 5th Earl of Wigtown; entered Glasgow University as a student in 1660, an ensign in Captain Thomas Dalziel's Company of Foot in 1667, title 1668; married Henrietta Seton, eldest daughter of Charles Seton, 2nd Earl of Dunfermline; died in 1681

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%IF: Barbara Forbes

%FN: ForbesB66101

%IM: Duncan Forbes (c1570-1654), Provost of Inverness, 1st of Culloden

%FN: ForbesD62301

%IF: Elizabeth Forbes

%FN: ForbesE66101

%IM: George Forbes of Gight

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%IM: Lord Forbes

%FN: ForbesA64401

%IF: Margaret Forbes

%FN: ForbesM66601

%IM: William Forbes

%FN: ForbesW64501

%IF: Elizabeth Fraser, daughter of Andrew, 2nd Lord Fraser; married Walter Barclay of Towie; in 1676 she and her cousin Elizabeth Fraser, Lady Cowburtie, are called heirs of line of James, Lord Coupar, her mother's brother.

%FN: FraserBE67101

%IM: James Galloway, later 1st Lord Dunkeld

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%IM: I Gilmour

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%IM: Alexander, 4th Earl of Glencairn

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%IM: Alexander Gordon, brother of George, 4th Earl of Huntly, postulate of Caithness

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%IM: Alexander Gordon of Navidale

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%IM: George Gordon younger

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%IM: George Gordon, 4th Earl of Huntly

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%IM: George Gordon, 6th Earl of Huntly; in 1599 became Marquis of Huntly, Earl of Enzie, Lord Gordon and Badenoch; in 1587 a grant of the Commendatorship of Dunfermline, created Lord High Chamberlain; one of the leading Roman Catholic families in Scotland; the King's Lieutenant and Justiciar in the north of Scotland; married to Henrietta Stewart, daughter of Esmé, Duke of Lennox

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%IM: James Gordon of Lochinvar

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%IM: John Gordon, 12th Earl of Sutherland

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%IM: John Gordon, 15th Earl of Sutherland

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%IM: Sir Lodovick Gordon of Gordonstoun

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%IM: Robert Gordon of Gordonstoun

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%IM: Sir Robert Gordon of Gordonstoun, 3rd Baronet (1647-1704; succ. 1688); married (i) in 1675 Margaret, eldest daughter of William, 11th Lord Forbes, and relict of Alexander, 1 st Lord Duffus, and (ii) 1691 Elizabeth, only daughter of Sir William Dunbar of Hemprigs; son of Sir Lodovick Gordon of Gordonstoun, 2nd Baronet

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%IM: James Graham, 1st Marquess of Montrose (1612-1650); in 1629 married Magdalen Carnegie, daughter of David Carnegie, 1 st Earl of Southesk

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%IM: John Graham, apparent of Morphie

%FN: GrahamMJ58801

%IM: William Graham, 7th Earl of Menteith; lands of Kilbride, Earl of Strathearn (cf. the title of Airth)

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%IM: William Graham

%FN: GrahamW65401

%IF: Gricell, lady Grandtully

%FN: LyGrandtullyG62001

%IF: Agnes Gray, Lady Home daughter of Patrick, Lord Gray, wife of Alexander, 5th Lord Home, Warden of the East and Middle Marches (his 1st wife was Margaret, daughter of Sir Walter Ker of Cessford), Lady Home; lands to her in the barony of Coldingham; she married thirdly Sir Thomas Lyon of Baldukie. (Lords Hume SP iv: 440-484)

%FN: GrayHA58301

%IF: Marion Haliburton, Lady Home, spouse of George 4 th Lord Home

%FN: HaliburtonHM54801

%FN: HaliburtonHM54802

%FN: HaliburtonHM54803

%FN: HaliburtonHM54901

%IF: Anne Hamilton, 3rd Duchess of Hamilton (1631/2-1716), daughter of James Hamilton, 3rd Marquis and 1st Duke of Hamilton (1606-1649) and Mary Fielding (1613-1638); married (1656) William Douglas-Hamilton, 1st Earl of Selkirk (1634-1694), eldest son of William, 1st Marquis of Douglas and Mary Gordon; in 1660 Duke of Hamilton

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%IM: James Hamilton, 3rd Marquess of Hamilton (1606-1649); educated in Scotland, latterly in Oxford, 1628 London, 1631 a military career; 1643 Duke of Hamilton, Earl of Arran and Cambridge, Lord Avon and Innerdale; married Margaret Feilding, daughter of William Feilding, 1 st Earl of Denbigh and Susan Villiers


%AM: William Douglas, 6th Earl of Morton (1582-1648)

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%FN: 3MHamilton600h13

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%IM: John Hamilton, abbot of Paisley, bishop of Dunkeld, and afterwards archbishop of St. Andrews

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%IM: Thomas Hamilton (1563-1637), (1619) Earl of Melrose and (1627) 1st Earl of Haddington, Lord Byres and Binning; educated at the High School of Edinburgh and University of Paris, advocate, ordinary Lord of Session, Privy Councillor, Lord of Parliament; married (1588) Margaret, only child of James Borthwick of Newbyres, (1597) Margaret, daughter of James Foulis of Colinton, and (1613) Dame Julian Ker, widow of Sir Patrick Home of Polwarth, and daughter of Sir Thomas Ker of Ferniehirst

%FN: 1Haddington60002

%FN: 1Haddington62501

%FN: 1Haddington62502

%FN: 1Haddington62503

%FN: 1Haddington60001

%IF: Anna Hay, Countess of Winton, daughter of Francis Hay, 9th Earl of Erroll; in 1609 married to George Seton, 3rd Earl of Winton (1584-1650), son of Robert Seton, 6th Lord, 1st Earl of Winton (died in1603) and Margaret Montgomery (died in 1624), daughter of Hugh Montgomery, 3rd Earl of Eglinton

%FN: HayWA61701

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%IM: Francis Hay, 9th Earl of Erroll (a1584-1631); 1584 married to Margaret Stewart, daughter of James Stewart, Earl of Moray, Regent; 1586-7 Anne Stewart, daughter of John Stewart, 4th Earl of Atholl; a1590 Elizabeth Douglas, daughter of Sir William Douglas of Lochleven, 5th Earl of Morton

%FN: 9Erroll62701

%FN: 9Erroll58901

%IF: Eleanor (Helen) Hay, Countess of Linlithgow, daughter of Andrew Hay, 8 th Earl of Erroll; in 1583-4 married to Alexander Livingston, 1 st Earl of Linlithgow (died in 1621)


%AF: Anna Livingston, Countess of Eglinton, her daughter (died in 1632); daughter of Alexander Livingston, 1st Earl of Linlithgow (died in 1621) and Helen Hay, daughter of Andrew Hay, 8 th Earl of Erroll; in 1612 married to Alexander Seton of Foulstruther, 6 th Earl of Eglinton (1588-1661)

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%IM: George Hay of Kinfauns (1572-1634), 1 st Earl of Kinnoull; a Gentleman of the Bedchamber from 1596, and knighted around 1609; appointed Lord Clerk Register and a lord of session in 1616; Lord High Chancellor of Scotland from 1622-1634; created Viscount of Dublin in 1627 and Earl of Kinnoull in 1633

%FN: 1Kinnoull60001

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%FN: 1Kinnoull62701

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%IM: George Hay (1612-1644), 2nd Earl of Kinnoull; in 1622 married to Anne Douglas (a1612-1667), daughter of William Douglas, 6 th Earl of Morton, and Agnes Keith

%FN: 2Kinnoull60001

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%FN: 2Kinnoull60005

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%IM: John Hay, postulate of Sodor, nephew of Cardinal Beaton; accredited ambassador to France by the Governor and Council

%FN: HayJ54501

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%IF: Margaret Hay

%FN: HayM60001

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%IM: William Hay, 3rd Earl of Kinnoull

%FN: 3Kinnoull60001

%IM: Willim Hay, 10th Earl of Erroll; died in 1636; in 1618 married Anne Lyon (died in 1637), daughter of Patrick Lyon, 1st Earl of Kinghorn

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%FN: 10Erroll633h31

%IM: James, 2nd Earl of Home, known as Lord Dunglas in his father's lifetime; the barony of Hirsel, of Home, the abbacy of Jedburgh, the priory of Coldingham; title in 1619; married (1622) Catherine Carey, eldest daughter of Henry, 1st Viscount Falkland, and, secondly, Grace Jane, daughter of Francis, 1st Earl of Westmoreland; ^Æin London in 1633

%FN: 2Home62001

%IM: George, 4th Marquis of Huntly; in 1684 created Duke of Gordon

%FN: 4MHuntly68001

%IF: Agnes Keith (died 1648}, Countess of Morton, daughter of George Keith (1553-1623), 5th Earl Marischal, married to William Douglas (1582-1648), 6th Earl of Morton

%FN: KeithMA60001

%FN: KeithMA60002

%FN: KeithMA60003

%FN: KeithMA60004

%FN: KeithMA60005

%FN: KeithMA60006

%FN: KeithMA60007

%FN: KeithMA60008

%FN: KeithMA60009

%IF: Elizabeth Keith, Countess of Huntly, sister of William, 4th Earl Marischal

%FN: KeithHE54301

%IM: George Keith, 7th Earl of Marischal (1635-1694); in 1662 married Mary Hay (1633-1701), daughter of George Hay, 2 nd earl of Kinnoull and Anne Douglas, daughter of William Douglas, 7 th Earl of Morton

%FN: 7Marischal65001

%IM: William Keith, 5th Earl of Marischal (1585-1635); succ. 1623; in 1609 married Mary Erskine, daughter of John Erskine, 7 th Earl of Mar

%FN: 5Marischal60001

%IM: William Keith, 6th Earl of Marischal (1614-1670/71); in 1637 married Elizabeth Seton, daughter of George Seton, 3 rd Earl of Winton and Anne Hay; in 1654 Anne Douglas, daughter of Robert Douglas, 8 th Earl of Morton and Elizabeth Villiers

%FN: 6Marischal63001

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%IM: William Keith, 8th Earl of Marischal (1664/66-1712); succeeded in 1694; married (c1690) Mary Drummond, eldest daughter of James, 4th Earl of Perth, High Chancellor of Scotland and Jean Douglas, daughter of William Douglas, 1st Marquess of Douglas and Mary Gordon

%FN: 8Marischal69701

%FN: 8Marischal70201

%FN: 8Marischal70202

%FN: 8Marischal70801

%IM: Gilbert Kennedy, 3rd Earl of Cassillis (1515-1558); in c1540 married Margaret Kennedy, daughter of Alexander Kennedy of Bargany

%FN: 3Cassillis55101

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%FN: 3Cassillis55202

%IM: John Kennedy, 6th Earl of Cassillis (died in 1668); in 1621-2 married Jean Hamilton (1607-1642), daughter of Thomas Hamilton, 1st Earl of Haddington

%FN: 6Cassillis64201

%IF: Elizabeth Ker, sister of Robert, 1st Earl of Roxburgh

%FN: KerE63001

%FN: KerE64101

%FN: KerE64701

%FN: KerE64702

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%FN: KerE64801

%IM: Robert Ker

%FN: KerR67301

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%FN: KerR67303

%FN: KerR67401

%FN: KerR67402

%FN: KerR67403

%IM: Richard Kincaid

%FN: KincaidR54301

%IF: Katherine, Duchess of Lennox; in 1607 married to Esmé, 3rd Duke of Lennox; daughter and heiress of Gervase, Lord Clifton of Leighton-Bromswold, England; c1632 married secondly James, 2 nd Earl of Abercorn; died in Scotland in 1637

%FN: 3DsLennox63001

%IM: Alexander Lesley, 2nd Lord Balgonie, son of Alexander Leslie, 1st Earl of Leven; in 1636 married Margaret Leslie, daughter of John Leslie, Earl of Rothes

%FN: 2LBalgonie64001

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%IM: Alexander Leslie, 1st Earl of Leven (c1580-1661)

%FN: 1Leven64502

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%FN: 1Leven64501

%FN: 1Leven64504

%IM: Alexander Leslie

%FN: LeslieA68501

%FN: LeslieA68502

%FN: LeslieA68503

%FN: LeslieA68504

%IF: Christian Leslie, Marchioness of Montrose, younger daughter and co-heiress of John Leslie, 1 st Duke of Rothes, and Anne Lindsay; in 1681 married to James Graham, 3rd Marquess of Montrose (1657-1684), son of James Graham, 2nd Marquess of Montrose and Lady Isabel Douglas; in 1687 married, secondly, to Sir John Bruce, 2nd Bt., son of Sir William Bruce, 1st Bt. and Mary Halket; died in Edinburgh in 1710; buried at Abbey Church, Edinburgh

%FN: LeslieRMC65001

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%FN: LeslieRMC69502

%FN: LeslieRMC69701

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%IM: General David Leslie, afterwards Lord Newark

%FN: LeslieND64501

%FN: LeslieND64502

%FN: LeslieND64503

%IM: James Leslie

%FN: LeslieJa65501

%IM: John Leslie, 6th Earl of Rothes (c1597-1641); in 1614 married to Anna Erskine (died in 1640), daughter of John Erskine, 7 th Earl of Mar

%FN: 6Rothes63501

%IM: John Leslie, 7th Earl of Rothes, Duke of Rothes (c1630-1681); married Anne Lindsay, daughter of John Lindsay, Earl of Crawford and Lindsay

%FN: 7Rothes65601

%FN: 7Rothes65602

%FN: 7Rothes66001

%IF: Margaret Leslie, Countess of Rothes (a1664-1700), daughter of John Leslie, 1 st Duke and 7th Earl of Rothes and Anne Lindsay, daughter of John Lindsay, Earl of Crawford and Lindsay; succeeded her father 7 th Earl of Rothes as Countess of Rothes in 1663; married (1674) Charles Hamilton, 5th Earl of Haddington; their first son John became 8th Earl of Rothes, and their 2nd son Thomas became Earl of Haddington

%FN: LeslieRHM69201

%IF: Mary [Marie] Leslie, Countess of Eglinton; eldest daughter of John Leslie, 6th Earl of Rothes and Anna Erskine, daughter of John Erskine, 7 th Earl of Mar; in 1635 married to Hugh Seton Montgomery, 7 th Earl of Eglinton (1613-1669)

%FN: LeslieEM66001

%FN: LeslieEM66501

%FN: LeslieEM66601

%FN: LeslieEM66602

%FN: LeslieEM66701

%FN: LeslieEM66702

%IM: Robert Leslie of Finrassie

%FN: LeslieFR64901

%FN: LeslieFR64902

%FN: LeslieFR64903

%FN: LeslieFR64904

%IF: Anna Lindsay, Countess of Rothes, daughter of John Lindsay, 17 th Earl of Crawford and 1 st Earl of Lindsay (c1596-1676) and Margaret Hamilton (died in 1678), daughter of James Hamilton, 2nd Marquess of Hamilton; in 1648 married to John Leslie, 7th Earl of Rothes, Duke of Rothes (c1630-1681)


%AF: Anna Montgomery, Countess of Findlater; the only child of Hugh, 7th Earl of Eglinton by his 1st wife Anne Hamilton; c1658 married James, 3rd Earl of Findlater

%FN: LindsayRA66501

%FN: LindsayRA66502

%FN: LindsayRA66503

%FN: LindsayRA66601

%FN: LindsayRA66701

%FN: LindsayRA66702

%FN: LindsayRA66801

%FN: LindsayRA66901

%FN: LindsayRA67001

%FN: LindsayRA67101

%FN: LindsayRA67201

%FN: LindsayRA67202

%FN: LindsayRA67301

%IF: Christian Lindsay, Countess of Haddington (died in 1704), daughter of John Lindsay, 17 th Earl of Crawford and 1 st Earl of Lindsay (c1596-1676) and Margaret Hamilton (died in 1678), daughter of James Hamilton, 2nd Marquess of Hamilton; in 1648 married to John Hamilton, 4 th Earl of Haddington (1626-1669)


%AF: Anna Montgomery, Countess of Findlater; the only child of Hugh, 7th Earl of Eglinton by his 1st wife Anne Hamilton; c1658 married James, 3rd Earl of Findlater

%FN: LindsayHC66401

%FN: LindsayHC66601

%FN: LindsayHC66501

%IM: David Lindsay, 11th Earl of Crawford (c1552-1607); a prominent adherent of the Roman Catholic party in Scotland; 1572 married Lillias Drummond, daughter of David Drummond, 2 nd Lord Drummond and Lilias Ruthven; 1581/83 Grizel Stewart, daughter of John Stewart, 4 th Earl of Atholl and Margaret Fleming; died in 1607


%AM: Sir John Ogilvy of Inverquharity; married (1599) Helen, daughter of James, Master of Ogilvy and Katherine Campbell, daughter of Sir John Campbell of Cawdor

%FN: 11Crawford59601

%IM: William Lindsay, 2nd Earl of Lindsay, 18th Earl of Crawford (1644-1698); in 1670 married Mary Johnstone, daughter of James Johnstone, Earl of Annandale and Hartfell; after 1681, Henrietta Seton, daughter of Charles Seton, 2nd Earl of Dunfermline

%FN: 2Lindsay69201

%IM: Alexander Livingston, 1st Earl of Linlithgow (died in 1621); in 1583-4 married Helen Hay, daughter of Andrew Hay, 8 th Earl of Erroll

%FN: 1Linlithgow61201

%FN: 1Linlithgow61901

%FN: 1Linlithgow62001

%FN: 1Linlithgow60701

%IF: Anna Livingston, Countess of Eglinton (died in 1632); daughter of Alexander Livingston, 1st Earl of Linlithgow (died in 1621) and Helen Hay, daughter of Andrew Hay, 8 th Earl of Erroll; in 1612 married to Alexander Seton of Foulstruther, 6 th Earl of Eglinton (1588-1661)

%FN: LivingstonEA61201

%FN: LivingstonEA61501

%FN: LivingstonEA60001

%FN: LivingstonEA61502

%FN: LivingstonEA61401

%FN: LivingstonEA61601

%FN: LivingstonEA61602

%IM: James Livingston of Brighouse, 1st Earl of Callander, son of Alexander Livingston, 1st Earl of Linlithgow (died in 1621) and Helen Hay, daughter of Andrew Hay, 8 th Earl of Erroll; in 1663 married Margaret Hay (c1588-1659), daughter of James Hay, 7 th Lord of Yester

%FN: 1Callander61601

%FN: 1Callander60001

%IF: Margaret Livingston, Countess of Wigton, daughter of Alexander Livingston, 1st Earl of Linlithgow (died in 1621) and Helen Hay, daughter of Andrew Hay, 8 th Earl of Erroll; in 1609 married John Fleming, 2nd Earl of Wigton (1589-1650), son of John Fleming, 1 st Earl of Wigton (1567-1619) and Lilias Graham, daughter of William Graham, 3 rd Earl of Montrose

%FN: LivingstonWM61601

%FN: LivingstonWM61602

%FN: LivingstonWM62701

%IM: William, sixth Lord Livingston

%FN: 6LLivingston55001

%IM: John Lyon, 2nd Earl of Kinghorne, 10th Lord Glamis (1596-1646); married (1618) Margaret Erskine, 3rd daughter of John Erskine, 7th Earl of Mar, and, secondly, Elizabeth Maule, 2nd daughter of Patrick, 1st Earl of Panmure


%AM: William Douglas, 6th Earl of Morton

%FN: 2Kinghorn62701

%FN: 2Kinghorn63001

%FN: 2Kinghorn63201

%FN: 2Kinghorn63202

%FN: 2Kinghorn63401

%FN: 2Kinghorn63901

%FN: 2Kinghorn64201

%FN: 2Kinghorn64202

%FN: 2Kinghorn64301

%IM: Mackenzie (unspecified)

%FN: MackenzieX68801

%IF: Anna Mackenzie, Countess of Argyll (1625-1707), daughter of Colin Mackenzie, 1st Earl of Seaforth and Margaret Seton; in 1640 married to Alexander Lindsay, 1st Earl of Balcarres, son of David Lindsay, 1st Lord Lindsay of Balcarres and Sophia Seton; in 1670 married to Archibald Campbell, 9th Earl of Argyll, son of Archibald Campbell, 1st Marquess of Argyll and Margaret Douglas

%FN: MackenzieAA69501

%IM: Charles Mackenzie

%FN: MackenzieCha68201

%FN: MackenzieCha68202

%FN: MackenzieCha68301

%IM: George Mackenzie of Tarbat, Viscount of Tarbat, 1st Earl of Cromarty (1630-1714); son of John Mackenzie of Tarbat (a1614-1654), 1 st Baronet, and Margaret Erskine; in c1654 married Anne Sinclair, daughter of James Sinclair of Mey, 1 st Baronet, and Elizabeth Leslie; in 1700 Margaret Wemyss, Countess of Wemyss, daughter of David Wemyss, 2 nd Earl of Wemyss and Margaret Leslie

%FN: 1Cromarty69901

%FN: 1Cromarty70201

%FN: 1Cromarty70202

%FN: 1Cromarty70301

%FN: 1Cromarty70001

%IF: Isabell Mackenzie, Countess of Seaforth, daughter of Sir John Mackenzie, Baronet of Tarbat; married to Kenneth Mackenzie, 3rd Earl of Seaforth

%FN: MackenzieMI68801

%IF: Jean Mackenzie, Lady Duffus; daughter of Colin Mackenzie, 1 st Earl of Seaforth (died in 1633) and Margaret Seton (1599-1630), daughter of Alexander Seton, 1 st Earl of Dunfermline; in 1633 married to John Sinclair, master of Berriedale; secondly, to Alexander Sutherland, 1 st Lord of Duffus (died in 1674)

%FN: MackenzieJean64501

%IM: Kenneth Mackenzie, 4th Earl of Seaforth (died in 1701); in 1681 served heir to his great-grandfather Kenneth, 1 st Lord Mackenzie of Kintail in his lands in the lordship of Ardmannoch and earldom of Ross, and in 1700 to his granduncle Colin, 1 st Earl of Seaforth, in his lands in the lordship of Dingwall and earldom of Ross

%FN: 4Seaforth68401

%IM: William, 4th Earl Marischal

%FN: 4Marischal54701

%FN: 4Marischal55501

%IM: Robert, fifth Lord Maxwell

%FN: 5LMaxwell54501

%IF: Anna Melville

%FN: MelvilleAnna65001

%FN: MelvilleAnna69301

%FN: MelvilleAnna69601

%IM: George Melville, 1st Earl of Melville (1636-1707), in 1655 married to Catherine Leslie (died in 1713), daughter of Alexander Leslie, Lord Balgonie, younger of Leven

%FN: 1Melville70001

%IM: James Melville

%FN: MelvilleJ65501

%FN: MelvilleJ66001

%IM: James Melville of Cassingray, 3 rd son of George Melville, 1 st Earl of Melville and Catherine Leslie, daughter of Alexander Leslie, Lord Balgonie

%FN: MelvilleCJ65001

%FN: MelvilleCJ67601

%FN: MelvilleCJ68201

%FN: MelvilleCJ68202

%IM: Robert, 2nd Lord Melvill

%FN: 2LMelville62201

%IM: Henry, first Lord Methven; married to Janet Stewart

%FN: 1LMethven54401

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%FN: 1LMethven54502

%FN: 1LMethven54701

%FN: 1LMethven54801

%FN: 1LMethven54802

%FN: 1LMethven54803

%FN: 1LMethven54804

%FN: 1LMethven54805

%FN: 1LMethven54806

%FN: 1LMethven54807

%FN: 1LMethven54901

%IM: Alexander Montgomerie

%FN: MontgomeryAl64601

%IM: Hew Montgomery

%FN: MontgomeryH64101

%IM: Hugh, 2nd Viscount Montgomery of the Great Airdes

%FN: 2VMontgomery641h11

%FN: 2VMontgomery642h21

%IM: Hugh, 3rd Viscount Montgomery of the Great Airdes, afterwards created Earl of Mount-Alexander

%FN: 3VMontgomery64801

%IF: Margaret Montgomery, Countess of Loudoun; 2 nd daughter of Hugh, 7 th Earl of Eglinton; c1666 married James, 2nd Earl of Loudoun

%FN: MontgomeryLM66501

%FN: MontgomeryLM66701

%FN: MontgomeryLM66702

%FN: MontgomeryLM66703

%FN: MontgomeryLM66801

%IM: Robert Montgomery, Major-General; son of Alexander Montgomery, 6th Earl of Eglinton and Anna Livingston, daughter of the Earl of Linlithgow

%FN: MontgomeryR66501

%FN: MontgomeryR66502

%FN: MontgomeryR66701

%FN: MontgomeryR67001

%FN: MontgomeryR67101

%FN: MontgomeryR67102

%FN: MontgomeryR67103

%FN: MontgomeryR67104

%FN: MontgomeryR67301

%IM: William Mudy

%FN: MudyBDW55501

%IM: John Murray (1660-1724), 2nd Marquess of Atholl, Earl of Tullibardine; in 1683 married Katherine, eldest daughter of William and Anne, Duke and Duchess of Hamilton

%FN: 2MAtholl70001

%FN: 2MAtholl70601

%IM: John Murray of Lochmaben

%FN: MurrayLJ62201

%FN: MurrayLJ62202

%IM: Patrick Murray of Redcastle, 3rd Earl of Tullibardine (SP viii: 410-415), brother of William, 2nd Earl of Tullibardine; received the earldom from his brother, and in 1628 the Earl of Mar produced a patent creating the said Patrick Murray, then of Tullibardine, Earl of Tullibardine, Lord Murray, Gask and Balquhidder; a Gentleman of the Privy Chamber to King James; the palace of Theobalds became the King's principal country residence, and Sir Patrick was appointed in 1617 Keeper of the Park

%FN: 3Tullibardine62901

%FN: 3Tullibardine62902

%FN: 3Tullibardine62903

%FN: 3Tullibardine62904

%FN: 3Tullibardine64101

%FN: 3Tullibardine64102

%IM: James Ogilvy, 3rd Earl of Findlater; married (c1658) Anna Montgomery, the only child of Hugh, 7th Earl of Eglinton by his 1st wife Anne Hamilton; Earls of Findlater, SP iv: 16-41

%FN: 3Findlater65801

%FN: 3Findlater66201

%FN: 3Findlater66901

%FN: 3Findlater66902

%FN: 3Findlater66903

%IM: James Ogilvy, 4th Earl of Findlater, 1 st Earl of Seafield (1663-1730); married in 1687 Anne Dunbar (1672-1708), daughter of Sir William Dunbar of Durn

%FN: 4Findlater69201

%IM: James Ogilvy, 1st Earl of Airlie (1586-1664/5); son of James Ogilvy, 6 th Lord Ogilvy of Airlie and Lady Jean Ruthven; in 1610 married to Isabel Hamilton (1595/6-p1665)

%FN: 1Airlie62401

%IM: James Ogilvy, 5th Lord Ogilvy of Airlie

%FN: 5LOgilvy59401

%IM: James Ogilvy, 2nd Earl of Airlie (c1615-1703}; son of James Ogilvy, 1 st Earl of Airlie and Isabel Hamilton; in 1628/9 married Helen Ogilvy, daughter of Sir George Ogilvy, 1 st Lord Banff and Margaret Irvine; in 1668 Mary Grant, daughter of Sir John Grant and Mary Ogilvy

%FN: 2Airlie66801

%IF: Mary Ogilvy, Lady Grant (born a1612}, daughter of Walter Ogilvy, 1 st Lord Ogilvy of Deskford; married to John Grant of Freuchie

%FN: OgilvyGM64001

%FN: OgilvyGM64501

%FN: OgilvyGM64601

%IM: Sir Adam Otterburn of Auldhame and Reidhall; Cameron 1927:36n: 'elected Provost of Edinburgh in 1543, but deposed by the Governor after the English invasion'. 'He was one of the original senators of the College of Justice on the temporal side.'

%FN: OtterburnAA54301

%FN: OtterburnAA54302

%FN: OtterburnAA54303

%FN: OtterburnAA54304

%FN: OtterburnAA54401

%FN: OtterburnAA54402

%FN: OtterburnAA54601

%FN: OtterburnAA54602

%FN: OtterburnAA54603

%FN: OtterburnAA54604

%FN: OtterburnAA54605

%FN: OtterburnAA54606

%FN: OtterburnAA54607

%FN: OtterburnAA54701

%FN: OtterburnAA54702

%FN: OtterburnAA54703

%FN: OtterburnAA54704

%FN: OtterburnAA54705

%FN: OtterburnAA54706

%FN: OtterburnAA54707

%FN: OtterburnAA54305

%FN: OtterburnAA54708

%FN: OtterburnAA54709

%FN: OtterburnAA54608

%IM: David Paniter, Secretary of State, prior of St Mary's Isle and bishop of Ross

%FN: PaniterD54401

%IM: Alexander Robertson of Strowan; died in 1687; married to Catherine Drummond

%FN: RobertsonSA66801

%IM: John Robertson

%FN: RobertsonJ61401

%IM: Francis Scott, 2nd Earl of Buccleuch(1626-1651); son of Walter Scott, 1st Earl of Buccleuch and Lady Mary Hay; c1646 married Lady Margaret Leslie, daughter of John Leslie, 6th Earl of Rothes and Anne Erskine; died at the age of 24 in Dalkeith Castle, without male issue; buried in Dalkeith Castle

%FN: 2Buccleuch64401

%FN: 2Buccleuch64301

%IM: Walter Scott, 1st Earl of Buccleuch (1606-1633); son of Sir Walter Scott, 1st Lord Scott of Buccleuch and Mary Kerr; c1616 married Lady Mary Hay, daughter of Francis Hay, 9th Earl of Erroll and Elizabeth Douglas

%FN: 1Buccleuch63301

%IM: James Stewart, Earl of Murray, natural son of James IV by Janet Kennedy, daughter of John, 2nd Lord Kennedy

%FN: Moray54301

%FN: Moray54302

%FN: Moray54303

%FN: Moray54304

%FN: Moray54305

%FN: Moray54306

%FN: Moray54307

%IF: Margaret Robertson of Rowan, Countess of Erroll

%FN: RobertsonSM55401

%IF: Grisel Ross, Lady Keir (died in 1618), daughter of James Ross, 4 th Lord of Halkhead (died in 1581) and Jean Sempill (died in 1592-3), daughter of Robert Sempill, 3 rd Lord; in 1589-90 married to Sir Archibald Stirling of Keir (died in 1630)

%FN: RossKG61201

%IM: John Ross of Craigie, Keeper of Spey Tower, Perth

%FN: RossCJ54301

%IM: Ninian, third Lord Ross

%FN: LRoss54301

%IM: Robert Ross, 9th Lord Ross, son of James Ross, 6 th Lord Ross of Halkhead (died in 1633) and Margaret Scott (died in 1651), daughter of Walter Scott, 1 st Lord of Buccleuch

%FN: 9LRoss64301

%IM: Nicol Ruthven, probably 'Necol of Rowen'

%FN: RuthvenN54401

%IM: Patrick, Master of Ruthven

%FN: 3Ruthven55001

%FN: 3Ruthven54301

%IM: Sir Walter Scott of Branxholm and Buccleuch

%FN: ScottBBW54401

%IM: Master of Semple

%FN: SempleR55901

%IM: Alexander Seton, 1st Earl of Dunfermline (1555-1622), 4th son of George, Lord Seton, by Isabel, daughter of William Hamilton of Sorn and Sanquhar; High Treasurer of Scotland; 1597 Lord Fyvie, 1604-5 Earl of Dunfermline, 1604 Chancellor of Scotland

%FN: 1Dunfermline62201

%FN: 1Dunfermline62202

%IM: Charles Seton, 2nd Earl of Dunfermline (1608-1672); his tutor was the Chancellor's nephew George Seton, 3rd Earl of Winton, who 'keepit him and his sister Grizel and their servants in his house, free gratis all the years of his tutory' (SP iii:373); frequently at the English court with King Charles I, to whom he acted as Gentleman of the Bedchamber; on more than one occasion he commanded a regiment in the Scots army; numerous public duties, e.g. at the restoration in 1660 he was made a member of the Privy Council; in 1669 appointed an extraordinary Lord of Session, holding also the office of Lord Privy Seal; married Mary Douglas, 3rd daughter of William Douglas, 6 th Earl of Morton

%FN: 2Dunfermline65001

%FN: 2Dunfermline65002

%FN: 2Dunfermline650h121

%FN: 2Dunfermline650h122

%IF: Elizabeth Seton, Countess Marischal (1621-1650), daughter of George Seton, third Earl of Winton (1584-1650) and Anna Hay, daughter of Francis Hay, 9th Earl of Erroll; in 1637 married to William Keith, 7th Earl Marischal (1614-1670-1)

%FN: SetonE64001

%IM: George Seton, third Earl of Winton (1584-1650), son of Robert Seton, 6th Lord, 1st Earl of Winton (died in1603) and Margaret Montgomery (died in 1624), daughter of Hugh Montgomery, 3rd Earl of Eglinton; in 1609 married Anna Hay, daughter of Francis Hay, 9th Earl of Erroll

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%IF: Isabella Seton, Countess of Perth (born in 1593); daughter of of Robert Seton, 6th Lord, 1st Earl of Winton (died in1603) and Margaret Montgomery (died in 1624), daughter of Hugh Montgomery, 3rd Earl of Eglinton; in 1608 married James Drummond, 1st Earl of Perth (died in 1611); in 1614 Francis Stewart of Bothwell (1584-1639)

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%IF: Margaret Montgomery Seton, Countess Dowager of Winton (died in 1624), daughter of Hugh Montgomery, 3rd Earl of Eglinton; in 1582 married Robert Seton, 6th Lord, 1st Earl of Winton (died in1603)

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%IM: Alexander Shaw of Sauchie

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%IF: Elizabeth Shaw, Countess of Annandale, daughter of John Shaw of Boich of the family of Sauchie; married to John Murray, 1 st Earl of Annandale (died in 1640)

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%IM: William, Lord Sinclair

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%IM: James, 5th Lord Somerville

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%IM: John, second son of Hugh, fourth Lord Somerville

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%IM: Sir James Stewart of Beath, in Fife, was an elder brother of Lord Methven. His son (Commendator of St. Colme's) was raised to the peerage as Lord Doune. Sir James married Margaret Lindsay, widow of Robert, third Lord Innermeath.

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%IM: Thomas Stewart, 10th of Grandtully (c1540-1609)

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%IM: Robert Stewart, bishop of Caithness

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%IM: William Stewart

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%IF: Marie Stewart, Countess of Mar, 2 nd daughter of Esmé, 1 st Duke of Lennox and Katherine de Balsac, youngest daughter of Guillaume de Balsac; in 1592 married John Erskine, 7 th Earl of Mar; she died in 1644

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%IM: Thomas Stewart

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%IM: Alexander Strachan of Glenkindie

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%IF: Henriette Stuart, Marchioness of Huntly, eldest daughter of Esmé, 1st Duke of Lennox and Katherine de Balsac, youngest daughter of Guillaume de Balsac; she was born in France in 1573, married to George, 1 st Marquis of Huntly in 1588, and died in France in 1642

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%IM: P. Straton; Cameron: 'The writer is apparently a soldier serving under de Lorges in the Scots Guards. The names Thomas Straton and Jean Straton appear among the lists, but the identity of this writer is doubtful.'

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%IM: John, 13th Earl of Sutherland

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%IM: David Wemyss, 2nd Earl of Wemyss (1610-1679); in 1627 married to Anna Balfour, daughter of Robert Balfour, Lord Burleigh; in 1650 Helenor Fleming, daughter of John Fleming, Earl of Wigtown; in 1653 Margaret Leslie, daughter of John Leslie, Earl of Rothes

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%IM: David Wemyss, 4th Earl of Wemyss, Lord Elcho (bpt 1678-1720); succeeded his mother Margaret, 3 rd Countess of Wemyss (later also of Cromartie) in 1705, bearing in the interim the courtesy title of Lord Elcho

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%IM: James Wemyss, Lord Burntisland (died in 1682); in 1671 married to Margaret Wemyss, 3 rd Countess of Wemyss

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%IF: Jean Wemyss, Countess of Sutherland, Lady Strathnaver (1629-17167); daughter of David Wemyss, 2 nd Earl of Wemyss and Anna Balfour, daughter of Robert Balfour, Lord Burleigh; in 1649 married to Archibald Douglas, Earl of Angus and in 1659 to George Gordon, 15 th Earl of Sutherland

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%IM: John Wemyss of Wemyss, 1st Earl of Wemyss (a1593-1649); 1609 married Jane Gray, daughter of Patrick Gray, 6th Lord Gray and Mary Stewart

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%IM: Sir John Wemyss, 2nd of Bogie; in 1635 married Elizabeth Ayton, daughter of Sir John Ayton of that ilk and in c1675 Margaret Johnston, daughter of Sir Archibald Johnston of Wariston

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%IF: Margaret Wemyss, Countess of Wemyss (1659-1705), daughter of David Wemyss, 2nd Earl of Wemyss (whom she inherited in 1679) and Margaret Leslie, 2nd daughter of John Earl of Rothes, widow successively of Alexander, Lord Balgonie, eldest son of the 1st Earl of Leven, and of Francis, 2nd Earl of Buccleuch; married, firstly, Sir James Wemyss of Burntisland, Lord Burntisland, and secondly (1700), Sir George Mackenzie, Viscount Tarbat, afterwards 1 st Earl of Cromartie (1630-1714)

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%IM: James Will

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