Beatrix Drummond

     Beatrix Drummond was born in Scotland. She was the daughter of John Drummond Lord and Elizabeth Lindsay.
     Beatrix Drummond married James Hamilton 2nd Lord, 1st Earl Arran, son of Sir James Hamilton (1st Lord) and Princess Mary Stewart, before 1488. They had no issue!.

Child of Beatrix Drummond and James Hamilton 2nd Lord, 1st Earl Arran

David Drummond Master of Drummond

( - October 1490)
     David Drummond Master of Drummond was the son of John Drummond Lord and Elizabeth Lindsay.
     David died in October 1490.

Elizabeth Drummond (Angus)

     Elizabeth died in Scotland. She was the daughter of John Drummond Lord and Elizabeth Lindsay.

Euphemia Drummond (Flemming)

( - 1501)
     Euphemia Drummond (Flemming) was the son of John Drummond Lord and Elizabeth Lindsay.
     Euphemia died in 1501. She was the wife of John..

John Drummond

     John Drummond was the son of John Drummond Lord and Elizabeth Lindsay.

Sir John Drummond

     Sir John Drummond lived at Innerpeffray, Creiff, Perthshire, Scotland.
     Margaret Stewart married thirdly Sir John Drummond.

Sir John Drummond

( - after 1360)
     Sir John Drummond lived at Stobhall, Perthshire, Scotland. He was the son of Malcolm Drummond and Unknown Graham.
     Sir John Drummond married Mary Montfichet, daughter of William Montfichet.
     John died after 1360.

Child of Sir John Drummond and Mary Montfichet

John Drummond Lord

( - 1519)
     John Drummond Lord was the son of Sir Malcolm Drummond and Mariot Murray.
     John Drummond Lord married Elizabeth Lindsay, daughter of Alexander Crawford 4th Earl.
     John died in 1519 in Drummond Castle, Strathearn, Perthshire, Scotland. He was buried in 1519 in Innerpeffray, Creiff, Perthshire, Scotland.

Malcolm Drummond

     Malcolm died young. He was the son of John Drummond Lord and Elizabeth Lindsay.

Malcolm Drummond

     Malcolm Drummond married Unknown Graham.

Child of Malcolm Drummond and Unknown Graham

Sir Malcolm Drummond

     Sir Malcolm Drummond was born in Scotland.
     He was described as "of Cargill & Stobhall, Perthshire"..
     Sir Malcolm Drummond married Mariot Murray, daughter of Sir David Murray.

Child of Sir Malcolm Drummond and Mariot Murray

Margaret Drummond

( - 1501)
     Margaret was mistress of James IV. She was the daughter of John Drummond Lord and Elizabeth Lindsay.
     Margaret died in 1501 in Scotland. She was buried in Dunblane cathedral, Perthshire, Scotland.

Child of Margaret Drummond and James, IV, King of Scotland

Margaret Drummond

( - after January 1374/75)
     Margaret Drummond was born. She was the daughter of Sir Malcolm Drummond and widow of Sir John Logie of that Ilk.
     Margaret Drummond married David, II Bruce, King of Scotland as his second wife, circa 20 February 1363/64 in Inchmurdach, Fife, Scotland. She was the widow of John Logie, Kt whocdied before 5 April 1357. Margaret Drummond and David, II Bruce, King of Scotland were divorced in 1370.
     Margaret died after January 1374/75 in London, England. According to Stow in "'A Survey of London" the church of the Blackfriars in London was the burial place of "Margaret Queen of Scots". Although no further identification is provided, it seems likely that this was Margaret Drummond, the second wife of King David II, since she is known to have retired to England (ODNB, article by Bruce Webster) and all other Scottish consorts of that name (St Margaret; Margaret Plantagenet; Margaret of Denmark, and Margaret Tudor) are known to have been buried elsewhere.

Peter Auriol Hay Drummond

( - 21 March 1799)
     Peter Auriol Hay Drummond lived at Bawtry, Blyth, Yorkshire.
     Peter Auriol Hay Drummond married Bridget Milnes Lady Galway, daughter of Robert Pemberton Milnes and Jane Slater, on 28 November 1775 in Brodsworth, Yorkshire. Married by licence but had no issue.
     Peter died on 21 March 1799.

Sibylla Drummond

( - 1501)
     Sibylla Drummond was the daughter of John Drummond Lord and Elizabeth Lindsay.
     Sibylla died in 1501.

William Drummond

( - after 1503)
     William Drummond was the son of John Drummond Lord and Elizabeth Lindsay.
     William died after 1503.

Sir Robert Drury

Child of Sir Robert Drury

Unknown Drury

     Unknown Drury married John Moyle, son of Sir Walter Moyle and Margaret Unknown (Moyle). Unknown Drury was the daughter of Sir Robert Drury.

Child of Unknown Drury and John Moyle

William Drury Lowe

     William Drury Lowe lived at Bread St, Cheapside, London.
     Papers of the Drury Lowe Family of Locko Park, Spondon, Derbyshire.
Grants of Arms, Pedigrees, and other Genealogical Notes - ref. Dr G 1-30
FILE - Pedigree of Steer and Rastall, by W. J. Denne - ref. Dr G 6 - date: 1832
Maps and Plans - ref. Dr P 1-377- commemorative tablets and notes of inscriptions on them, including those for Richard Lowe, and William and Anne Steer.
     William Drury Lowe lived at Locko Park, Spondon, Derbyshire.
     William Drury Lowe married Ann Steer, daughter of William Steer and Ann Rastall, in 1782. Ann STEER, of Burton Latimer, Northants, married William DRURY of Bread Street, Cheapside, Merchant. Died 11 July 1827 aged 73, buried at Derby. Became Drury-Lowe of Locko Park, Co Derby. William Drury Lowe bore arms.

Andrew du Bourdieu

(24 July 1831 - 1859)
     Andrew du Bourdieu was christened on 24 July 1831 in St Mary, Dublin, Ireland. He was the son of Saumarez du Bourdieu and Jane Carmichael.
     Andrew du Bourdieu married Mary Marshall in 1855 in Burin, Newfoundland. Andrew du Bourdieu was widowed in 1859 on the death of his wife Andrew du Bourdieu.

Anna du Bourdieu

(circa 1839 - 2 September 1865)
     Anna du Bourdieu was born circa 1839 in Ireland. She was the daughter of Saumarez du Bourdieu and Jane Carmichael.
     Anna du Bourdieu married Dr Samuel Orby Carey on 19 October 1861 in St Thomas, Dublin. They were both single and their parents were both doctors. He married secondly on 4 May 1867 Marian Louisa Eagle.
"Mr S Orby Carey FRCSI of Churchfield County Tipperary"
"youngest son of Langer Carey Esq MD Churchfield Newport county Tipperary"
also Church of Ireland baptism record (transcription).
     Anna died on 2 September 1865 in Angaston, South Australia. On the 2nd September at Angaston, Anna the dearly beloved wife of Samuel Orby Carey, Esq. Her end was perfect peace.

Child of Anna du Bourdieu and Dr Samuel Orby Carey

Capt Arthur du Bourdieu

( - 1812)
     Capt Arthur du Bourdieu was the son of Rev Saumarez du Bourdieu and Mary or Jane Thompson.
     Arthur died in 1812 in the Siege of Badajos, Spain.

Charlotte du Bourdieu

(2 May 1825 - )
     Charlotte du Bourdieu was born on 2 May 1825 in Dublin, Ireland. She was the daughter of Saumarez du Bourdieu and Jane Carmichael. Charlotte du Bourdieu was christened on 17 June 1825 in St Peter, Dublin.
     Charlotte du Bourdieu married Ralph B Brunker on 1 March 1852 in St Peter, Dublin, Ireland. He was a solicitor of 31 York St, she was of 4 Cheltenham Place.

Emma du Bourdieu

(1839 - 1906)
     Emma du Bourdieu married James Carmichael DD, DCL. Emma du Bourdieu was born in 1839 in Ireland. She was the daughter of Saumarez du Bourdieu and Jane Carmichael.
     Emma died in 1906.

Isabella du Bourdieu

(circa 1835 - 14 January 1862)
     Isabella du Bourdieu was born circa 1835. She was the daughter of Saumarez du Bourdieu and Jane Carmichael.
     Isabella du Bourdieu married Dr Henry Samuel Halahan, son of George Augustus Frederick Halahan and Jane Fleming, on 27 November 1856 in St Peter's, Dublin, Ireland.
     Isabella died on 14 January 1862 in the Rotunda Hospital, Dublin, Ireland. The Waterford Mail Jan 14 1862 reported the death of Isabella Halahan, of Rutland Square, Dublin, wife of Dr Halahan.
     The administration of her estate was granted to Dr Henry Samuel Halahan in December 1862 at Dublin, Ireland. Administration of the estate of Isabella Halahan, late of 29 Harcourt St, Dublin, died 14 January 1862 at Rotunda Hospital, Dublin, at PPR to Henry Samuel Halahan of 29 Harcourt St, Surgeon, husband of the deceased. Effects under £200.

Children of Isabella du Bourdieu and Dr Henry Samuel Halahan

Jane du Bourdieu

(24 February 1833 - )
     Jane du Bourdieu was christened on 24 February 1833 in Grangegorman, Dublin. They were of 8 Royal Canal Terrace. She was the daughter of Saumarez du Bourdieu and Jane Carmichael.
     Jane du Bourdieu married Rev Ihaum Halahan.

Rev John du Bourdieu

(1755 - 1839)
     Rev John du Bourdieu was born in 1755 in Dublin, Ireland. He was the son of Rev Saumarez du Bourdieu and Mary or Jane Thompson.
     John died in 1839 in Ireland. His wife's death was reported in the Freeman's journal 5 April 1817, of Dominick St.

Saumarez du Bourdieu

(circa 1801 - 1842)
     Saumarez du Bourdieu was born circa 1801 in Longford, Ireland. He was the son of Shem du Bourdieu and Jane Brown.
     Saumarez du Bourdieu lived at Corinna, Longford, Ireland.
     Saumarez du Bourdieu married Jane Carmichael on 1 August 1822 in St Peter, Dublin, Ireland.
     Saumarez died in 1842 in Cookstown, Tyrone, Ireland.

Children of Saumarez du Bourdieu and Jane Carmichael

Capt Saumarez du Bourdieu

(circa 1760? - 22 July 1813)
     Capt Saumarez du Bourdieu was born circa 1760?. He was the son of Rev Saumarez du Bourdieu and Mary or Jane Thompson.
     Saumarez died on 22 July 1813 in the Siege of San Sebastian, Spain. He was wounded at the siege of San Sebastian, 7-27 July 1813, while serving in the Royal Artillery.

Rev Saumarez du Bourdieu

(24 May 1829 - 1857)
     Rev Saumarez du Bourdieu was christened on 24 May 1829 in St Mary, Dublin. He was the son of Saumarez du Bourdieu and Jane Carmichael.
     Saumarez died in 1857 in Canada.