Anne Hamilton

( - 14 August 1680)
     Anne Hamilton was the daughter of George Hamilton 4th Lord, Baron Strabane and Elizabeth Fagan.
     Anne Hamilton married Sir John Browne 3rd Bart.
     Anne died on 14 August 1680.

Anne Hamilton Duchess of Hamilton

( - 1717)
     Anne Hamilton Duchess of Hamilton was the daughter of James Hamilton Duke of Hamilton.
     Anne Hamilton Duchess of Hamilton married William Douglas Earl of Selkirk, son of William Douglas Earl of Angus and Mary Gordon (Douglas), in 1646. She had 11 children.
     Anne died in 1717.

Count Anthony Hamilton

(circa 1645 - 20 April 1719)
     He was the author of Les Memoires de Grammont.. Count Anthony Hamilton was born circa 1645. He was the son of Sir George Hamilton Bart (of Dunnalong) and Mary Butler.
     Anthony died on 20 April 1719 in France.

Archibald Hamilton

(say 1611 - 1659)
     Archibald Hamilton was born say 1611 He was of Ballygally & Moyner. He was the son of Malcolm Hamilton Archbishop of Cashel and Mary Wilkie.
     Archibald died in 1659.

Barbara Hamilton (Fleming)

     Barbara Hamilton (Fleming) was born in Scotland. She was the daughter of James Hamilton Duke of Chatelherault and Lady Margaret Douglas.
     Barbara Hamilton (Fleming) married Alexander Gordon, son of George Gordon 4th Earl Huntly and Elizabeth Keith, in 1549. She was the widow of Lord Fleming. Burke states that she married Gordon first and Fleming second.

Catherine Hamilton

(circa 1623 - )
     Catherine Hamilton was born circa 1623. She was the daughter of Claud Hamilton 2nd Lord Hamilton, Baron Strabane and Lady Jane Gordon.
     Catherine Hamilton married James Hamilton, son of Sir Frederick Hamilton and Sidney Vaughan, circa 1647.
     Catherine Hamilton married Col Owen Wynne (I) as her second husband, circa 1651 in Ireland. She was the widow of James Hamilton, of Manor Hamilton, co. Leitrim, and daughter of the 2nd Baron Strabane by his wife Lady Jane Gordon, 4th daughter of the 1st Marquess of Huntly. They were first cousins once removed. Catherine Hamilton was widowed on 27 December 1652 on the death of her husband James Hamilton.
     Com.. Gust? Hamilton ... de Lagharrin co. Tyrone a.. ar ad comparend ... ... Jacobi Hamilton de Manorhamilton co. Leitrim ar: def: Kath Wynne als Hamilton relict def: 28 Dec 1661.
     1670-c.1741. Lease from the Bishop of Kilmore to Katherine Wynne [widow of Owen Wynne I of Lurganboy, and afterwards wife of John Bingham of Castlebar, Co. Mayo] of the lands of Ballaghemihne, barony of Rosclogher, Co. Leitrim, 1670; together with notes on successive bishops of Kilmore and Ardagh, 1603-1741..
     Catherine Hamilton was mentioned in the will of Col Owen Wynne (I) dated 3 June 1670.
     Catherine Hamilton married John Bingham as her third husband, after 1670.

Children of Catherine Hamilton and James Hamilton

Children of Catherine Hamilton and Col Owen Wynne (I)

Catherine Hamilton (Baillie)

     Catherine Hamilton (Baillie) was the daughter of Sir John Hamilton and Janet Douglas.

Catherine or Elizabeth Hamilton

(circa 1654 - 24 May 1723)
     Catherine or Elizabeth Hamilton was born circa 1654. She was the daughter of James Hamilton Lord Paisley and Catherine Lenthall.
     Catherine or Elizabeth Hamilton married William Lenthall circa 1675?. She had previously born "some children" to Sir William Fleming.. Catherine or Elizabeth Hamilton was widowed before 5 September 1686 on the death of her husband William Lenthall.
     Catherine or Elizabeth Hamilton married Charles Hamilton 5th Earl of Abercorn as her second husband, after September 1686 in Oxfordshire, England..
     Catherine or Elizabeth Hamilton made a will dated 17 August 1722.
     Her will was proved on 24 May 1723.
     Catherine died on 24 May 1723 in Pall Mall, London, Westminster, Middlesex, England. She was buried in the Richmond vault in Henry VII's chapel, Westminster Abbey, Middlesex, England.

Child of Catherine or Elizabeth Hamilton and Charles Hamilton 5th Earl of Abercorn

Charles Hamilton 5th Earl of Abercorn

(circa 1660 - June 1701)
     Charles was Earl of Abercorn, and afterwards, also, Lord Hamilton, Baron of Strabane succeeded his brother Claud. He was born circa 1660. He was the son of George Hamilton 4th Lord, Baron Strabane and Elizabeth Fagan.
     Catherine or Elizabeth Hamilton married secondly Charles Hamilton 5th Earl of Abercorn after September 1686 in Oxfordshire, England.
     He became a Protestant. By Royal letters 24 May 1692 he obtained a reversal of his brother's attainder, and succeeded to the Irish peerage and estates. On 31 August he took his seat in the Irish House of Lords, and in 1697 signed the declaration for the succession to the Crown.
     On 16 July 1697 he was tried at Oxford for the murder of Mr Prior of Burford and acquitted. His lands were subsequently forfeited.
     Charles Hamilton 5th Earl of Abercorn made a will dated 7 August 1697.
     Charles died in June 1701 in Strabane, Tyrone, Ireland. The earldom then passed to his second cousin, Captain James Hamilton.
     His will was proved on 16 May 1704.

Child of Charles Hamilton 5th Earl of Abercorn and Catherine or Elizabeth Hamilton

Christiana Hamilton

( - after 1700)
     Christiana Hamilton was the daughter of Sir Frederick Hamilton and Sidney Vaughan.
     Christiana Hamilton married Sir George Monroe as his second wife, in 1649 in Coleraine, Londonderry, Ireland.
     Christiana died after 1700. She was buried within the Newmore Chapel in the churchyard o fthe parish of Roskeen..

Claud Hamilton (Baron Paisley)

(before 9 June 1546 - 1621 or 1622)
     Claud Hamilton (Baron Paisley) was born before 9 June 1546 in Scotland. He was the fourth[fifth] son, possibly born in Sep 1543 for Sir Ralph Sadler wrote to Henry VIII that Chaterherault had gone "to Blackness to this wife, who laboured with child'; but he is said to have been in his 78th year at his death, while on 20 March 1560 the list of Scottish pledges gives his age as fourteen, and a Papal bull of 5 December 1553 says that he was in his fourteenth year. He may be the son baptised at Edinburgh Castle on 9 Jun 1546.. He was the son of James Hamilton Duke of Chatelherault and Lady Margaret Douglas.
     In 1553 he was the lay abbot of Paisley after his uncle had resigned to become the Archbishop of St Andrews..
     He was a zealous partisan of Mary Queen of Scots, and a very gallant and distinguished personage. He commanded the vanguard for Mary Queen of Scots in the Battle of Langside in 1568 (having previously helped her escape from Lochleven) subsequently outlawed and estates forfeited by Regent Moray, but restored for loyalty to James VI in 1572/3 though again subject to forfeiture for activities in Mary's cause in 1579.
     Claud Hamilton (Baron Paisley) married Margaret Seton, daughter of George Seton 5th Lord Seton and Isabel Hamilton, on 1 August 1574 in Scotland. Contract dated 15 & 16 June 1574.
     He was attainted in 1579 with his brother John.
Commendatory Prior of Paisley. He ended up insane like his brother. Resided at Paisley after his marriage. [Dictionary of National Biography].
     In 1553 promoted to be commander of the Abbey of Paisley, upon the resignation of John, Archbishop of St Andrews, which was ratified and approved by Pope Julius III, and upon the breaking out of the civil war, he, adhering to the interests of Queen Mary, was by her constituted one of the principal commanders of her army at the battle of Langside 1568.... [1790 Peerage of Scotland, p.88].
     The barony of Paisley was restored to him in 1585 although he continued plotting for Mary's release. Claud further had a grant of the whole barony of Paisley, with the dignity of Baron Paisley 29 July 1587 on 29 July 1587.
     Claud died in 1621 or 1622 in Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland. He died insane like his brother. He was buried in St Mirren's Aisle at Paisley Abbey..

Children of Claud Hamilton (Baron Paisley) and Margaret Seton

Sir Claud Hamilton (of Shawfield)

(circa 1576 - 19 October 1614)
     He was of Shawfield, co. Linlithgow; a Gentleman of the Privy Chamber. He married the heiress of Sir Robert Hamilton of Manor Elistown and had issue.
Sir Claud was granted, as an undertaker, the small proportion of Eden or Teadane & Killeny which occupied most of the eastern half of the barony and which were largely mountainous. They contained about 2000 acres in the barony of Strabane, co. Tyrone. Sir Claud Hamilton (of Shawfield) was born circa 1576 in Renfrewshire, Scotland. He was the son of Claud Hamilton (Baron Paisley) and Margaret Seton.
     Sir Claud Hamilton (of Shawfield) married Janet Hamilton (Hamilton). They had six sons and three daughters, see the Scots peerage for details..
     Claud died on 19 October 1614 in Dublin, Ireland. Roulston 1999, states that he died in 1614 and his sons were brought up by his brother Sir George..
     The administration of his estate was granted to William Hamilton (of Eliston) on 29 November 1629 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland. Admon of the estate of Sir Claud Hamilton of Baldony, co. Tyrone, was granted to his son William.

Child of Sir Claud Hamilton (of Shawfield) and Janet Hamilton (Hamilton)

Claud Hamilton 2nd Lord Hamilton, Baron Strabane

(say 1605 - 14 June 1638)
     Claud Hamilton 2nd Lord Hamilton, Baron Strabane was also known as Master of Abercorn in records.
     Wikipedia (March 2013) states:
Claud Hamilton, 2nd Lord Hamilton, Baron of Strabane (c. 1606 – 14 June 1638) was the third son of James Hamilton, 1st Earl of Abercorn and Marion Boyd. He matriculated at the University of Glasgow in 1621. A Roman Catholic, he was briefly jailed in June 1628 for abetting his servant in an attack on an officer of the Church of Scotland. On 28 November 1632, he married Lady Jean Gordon, daughter of George Gordon, 1st Marquess of Huntly. They had four children:
Lady Catherine Hamilton (1623–1670/1), married thrice and had issue;
Lady Cecilia Hamilton, married Richard Perkins;
James Hamilton, 3rd Baron Hamilton of Strabane (1633–1655);
George Hamilton, 4th Baron Hamilton of Strabane (c. 1636/7 – 1668).
In 1633, his elder brother, James Hamilton, 2nd Earl of Abercorn, resigned his Irish title of Baron Hamilton of Strabane to the crown, which regranted it to Claud on 14 August 1634, with the original precedence. His brother also gave to him the family's large estates in County Tyrone, where he died in 1638.
. He was born say 1605. He was the second son of James (Hamilton) 1st Earl of Abercorn by Marion daughter of Thomas 5th Lord Boyd. He was a minor when his father died and his uncle George of Greenlaw was his guardian.. He was the son of James Hamilton Earl of Abercorn and Marion Boyd.
     He was mentioned in a list of undertakers in 1610-11 as Sir Claud Hamilton as holding land in Strabane, with Sir Thomas Boyd of Ayrshire and the Earl of Abercorn of Renfrewshire.
     Claud Hamilton 2nd Lord Hamilton, Baron Strabane lived at Tyrone, Ireland, 12 February 1620.
     Claud Hamilton 2nd Lord Hamilton, Baron Strabane married Lady Jane Gordon, daughter of George Gordon Marquess of Huntly and Lady Henrietta Stewart, on 28 November 1632 in Bellie, Moray, Scotland. Castle Gordon lies within this parish. A contemporary account recorded: Upon Wednesday the 28th of November in the afternoon the Lord of Strathbane otherwise called the Master of Abercorn was married with lady Jane Gordon the marquis youngest daughter within the kirk of Belly by an Irish minister brought with him of purpose they were honourably entertained within the Bog and within a few days departed home..
     He was granted his elder brother's Irish estates when he resigned his Irish peerage 11 Nov 1633 - Strabane co. Tyrone 1611 - plantation of Ulster. Claud was created Lord Hamilton, Baron of Strabane on 14 August 1634 on the resignation of his Irish estates of his elder brother James, which was recorded in the Privy Seal Register 7 May 1634 in Ireland.
     Claud died on 14 June 1638 in Tyrone. He was buried in Leckpatrick, Tyrone, Ireland.

Children of Claud Hamilton 2nd Lord Hamilton, Baron Strabane and Lady Jane Gordon

Claud Hamilton 4th Earl of Abercorn, 5th Lord, Baron Strabane

(13 September 1659 - after July 1691)
     Claud Hamilton 4th Earl of Abercorn, 5th Lord, Baron Strabane was christened on 13 September 1659 in St Audeon, Dublin, Ireland. He was the son of George Hamilton 4th Lord, Baron Strabane and Elizabeth Fagan.
     Earl of Abercorn, also Lord Hamilton & Baron of Strabane, cousin and heir male of George Hamilton, 3rd Earl of Abercorn.
On 14 April 1668 he succeeded his father in the Irish peerage and estates. He was Privy Councillor in Ireland, The Abercorn lands had already been sold.
     Claud Hamilton 4th Earl of Abercorn, 5th Lord, Baron Strabane married Elizabeth Unknown (Hamilton).
     Claud died after July 1691 in Ireland. He was Lord of the Bedchamber to James II, with whom he went to France at the Revolution, and for whom he commanded a regiment of horse in 1689, in Ireland, where he was killed when re-embarking for France, after the battle of Boyne 1 July 1690. He died unmarried. After his death, he was outlawed in Ireland, 11 May 1691, when his Irish peerage and estates were forfeited. He commanded a Jacobite Regt in the attle of Aughrim, Ireland, 12 July 1691. Killed in action soon after n engagement with a Dutch man-of-war near Brest, whilst returning to France.

Claud Hamilton de Baldony?

( - before 28 November 1629)
     Claud died before 28 November 1629 in Tyrone, Ireland.
     The administration of his estate was granted on 28 November 1629 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.

Claud Francis Hamilton

     Claud Francis Hamilton and Anna Hamilton obtained a marriage licence on 14 June 1667 in Dublin.

David Hamilton

     David Hamilton lived at Dalserf, etc., Lanarkshire, Scotland. David Hamilton was also known as (of Dalserf) in records. He was the son of Sir John Hamilton and Janet Douglas.

Child of David Hamilton

Sir David Hamilton

( - before 14 May 1392)
     Sir David Hamilton was born in Lanarkshire, Scotland. He was the son of Sir David FitzWalter FitzGilbert Hamilton and Margaret Leslie.
     Sir David Hamilton married Janet Keith, daughter of Sir William de Keith. He was of Cadzow.
     He had grants from Robert II 1375 and 1378.
David Hamilton was the first of the family recorded as formally using the surname Hamilton, appearing in a writ of 1375 as "David de Hamylton, son and heir of David fitz Walter". in 1378, he is styled David de Hamilton, and in 1381 David Hamilton, Lord of Cadzow. It appears that he was the first to use the Baronial designation of Lord.
     David died before 14 May 1392.

David Hamilton (Lord)

(before 1543 - March 1610/11)
     David Hamilton (Lord) was born before 1543 in Scotland. He was the son of James Hamilton Duke of Chatelherault and Lady Margaret Douglas.
     David died in March 1610/11. DNB states that he died young!.

Sir David FitzWalter FitzGilbert Hamilton

(1346? - 1374)
     Of Cadzow. He fought at the battle of Halidon Hill in 1333.Taken prisoner at the Battle of Durham 1346; in 1361 he was a benefactor to the see of Glasgow, and was one of the Magnates Scotiae who consented to the settlement of the crown in 1371.
He served David II in his wars against the English, was summoned to Parliament by Robert II.
     Sir David FitzWalter FitzGilbert Hamilton married Margaret Leslie, daughter of Sir Walter de Leslie and Euphemia Leslie Countess of Ross. Sir David FitzWalter FitzGilbert Hamilton was born in 1346? In Lanarkshire, Scotland. He was the son of Walter FitzGilbert Hamilton and Mary Gordon.
     David died in 1374.

Children of Sir David FitzWalter FitzGilbert Hamilton and Margaret Leslie

Dorothy Hamilton

     Dorothy Hamilton was the daughter of Gustavus Hamilton Viscount Boyne and Elizabeth Brooke.
     Dorothy Hamilton was mentioned in the will of Gustavus Hamilton Viscount Boyne dated circa 1723.

Edward Hamilton

(before 1588 - )
     Edward Hamilton was born before 1588. Edward died young. He was the son of John Hamilton Marquis of Hamilton.

Elizabeth Hamilton

(circa 1442 - circa 1516)
     Elizabeth Hamilton was born circa 1442. She was the daughter of Sir James Hamilton (1st Lord) and Euphemia Graham.
     Elizabeth Hamilton married David Lindsay Duke of Montrose in 1459. They were divorced by 1485.
     Elizabeth Hamilton married John Forrester (of Niddrie). THey were divorced by 1508.
     Elizabeth died circa 1516.

Elizabeth Hamilton

(say 1690 - before 22 February 1699)
     Elizabeth Hamilton was born say 1690. She was the daughter of Charles Hamilton 5th Earl of Abercorn and Catherine or Elizabeth Hamilton.
     Elizabeth died before 22 February 1699 in Dublin, Ireland. Died young and was buried in the chancel of St Michan's church, Dublin..

Elizabeth Hamilton

( - 1708)
     Elizabeth Hamilton was the daughter of Sir George Hamilton Bart (of Dunnalong) and Mary Butler.
     Elizabeth died in 1708.

Elizabeth Hamilton

(7 June 1715 - )
     Elizabeth Hamilton was christened on 7 June 1715 in St Mary, Dublin, Ireland. She was the daughter of Frederick Hamilton and Sophia Hamilton (Hamilton).

Elizabeth Hamilton (Fraser)

     Elizabeth Hamilton (Fraser) was the daughter of Sir David Hamilton and Janet Keith.

Elizabeth Hamilton (Lambart)

     Elizabeth Hamilton (Lambart) was the daughter of Gustavus Hamilton Viscount Boyne and Elizabeth Brooke.
     Elizabeth Hamilton (Lambart) was mentioned in the will of Gustavus Hamilton Viscount Boyne dated circa 1723.

Elizabeth Hamilton Comtess de Grammont

(1641 - June 1708)
     Elizabeth Hamilton Comtess de Grammont was born in 1641. She was the daughter of Sir George Hamilton Bart (of Dunnalong) and Mary Butler.
     Elizabeth died in June 1708.

Elizabeth Hamilton Countess of Lennox

( - circa April 1531)
     Elizabeth Hamilton Countess of Lennox was the daughter of Sir James Hamilton (1st Lord) and Princess Mary Stewart.
     Elizabeth Hamilton Countess of Lennox married Matthew Stewart 2nd Earl of Lennox as his second wife, circa April 1494.
     A contract for the marriage of Elizabeth Hamilton Countess of Lennox and Matthew Stewart 2nd Earl of Lennox was signed on 9 April 1494.
     Elizabeth died circa April 1531.

Child of Elizabeth Hamilton Countess of Lennox and Matthew Stewart 2nd Earl of Lennox