Frederick Hamilton

(circa 1685 - 10 December 1715)
     Frederick Hamilton was born circa 1685. He was the son of Gustavus Hamilton Viscount Boyne and Elizabeth Brooke.
     Frederick Hamilton married Sophia Hamilton (Hamilton) on 1 September 1707.
     Frederick died on 10 December 1715.

Children of Frederick Hamilton and Sophia Hamilton (Hamilton)

Frederick Hamilton

( - 31 March 1646)
     Frederick Hamilton was born in Scotland. He was the son of James Hamilton Earl of Abercorn and Marion Boyd.
     Frederick died on 31 March 1646.

Frederick Hamilton

     He died unmarried before his father, being killed the wars in Ireland. He was allotted £2337/9/1 for his services.. Frederick Hamilton was the son of Sir Frederick Hamilton and Sidney Vaughan.

Sir Frederick Hamilton

(circa 1582 - 1646 or 1647)
     Sir Frederick Hamilton was born circa 1582 in Scotland. He was the youngest son of Claud, 1st baron Paisley and brother of 1st Earl of Abercorn.. He was the son of Claud Hamilton (Baron Paisley) and Margaret Seton.
     He served and distinguished himself in the armies of Gustavus Adolphus, King of Sweden. He was afterwards made Governor of Ulster.
     Sir Frederick Hamilton married Sidney Vaughan on 20 May 1620. He married secondly, Agnes, who married secondly, before 29 March 1661, John Maxwell..
     He served was a Captain in the 50th Foot in 1627 in Ireland.
     He was a gentleman of the King's Privy Chamber. Frederick was the Governor of Ulster.
     Frederick died in 1646 or 1647 in Manor Hamilton, Cloonclare/Killanet, Leitrim, Ireland. However Wikipedia states: In 1647, Sir Frederick left the then disbanding Scottish army and returned to Edinburgh, where he died later that year in relative poverty. He had lost all his estates in Ireland and received very little compensation or financial support for his military efforts from the English parliament..
     The administration of his estate was granted on 5 June 1658 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland. Administration of the estate of Sir Frederick Hamilton of Manor Hamilton, co Leitrim, Kt, and his son James Hamilton, Esquire, was granted to a creditor [31 July 1658 according to Betham].
     Sir Frederick Hamilton was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held in Jamestown, Scotland, on 18 June 1661.

Children of Sir Frederick Hamilton and Sidney Vaughan

Gavan Hamilton

(between 1835 and 1837 - 1885)
     Gavan Hamilton was also known as Gavin in records. He was born between 1835 and 1837 in Lanarkshire, Scotland.
     Gavan Hamilton married Elizabeth Hagan, daughter of Charles Hagan and Ellen Meenagh, in 1873 in Victoria, Australia. Gavan Hamilton was admitted to the hospital, Ballarat, Victoria, on 6 January 1885.
     Gavan died in 1885 in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.

Gavin Hamilton

     Gavin was Provost of Collegiate church of Bothwell an unknown date , in Scotland. He was ancestor of the Hamiltons of Orbieston. He had an illegitmate son Thomas. He was born in Scotland. He was the son of Sir James Hamilton and Janet Livingston.

Gavin Hamilton

(circa 1518 - )
     Gavin Hamilton was born circa 1518. He was the son of James Hamilton 2nd Lord, 1st Earl Arran and Janet Beaton.

Generations? Hamilton

     Generations? Hamilton was the son of David Hamilton.

Child of Generations? Hamilton

George Hamilton

     George Hamilton lived at Boreland, Ayrshire, Scotland. He was the son of Sir David Hamilton and Janet Keith.

George Hamilton

( - 1676)
     George Hamilton was the son of Sir George Hamilton Bart (of Dunnalong) and Mary Butler.
     George died in 1676.

George Hamilton

( - 1692)
     George Hamilton was the son of Col James Hamilton and Elizabeth Culpepper.
     George died in 1692. He was killled at the Battle of Steikirk.

Sir George Hamilton (of Greenlaw)

(circa 1578 - circa 1653/54)
     He was of Greenlaw, co. Tyrone and of Roscrea. co. Tipperary.
Sir George Hamilton of Greenlaw was granted a proportion of Cloghogall between Abercorn's lands of Dunnalong and Strabane and included all the temporal lands of Leckpatrick. He was a Roman Catholic. In 1622 Sir George was described as an 'Archpapist and a great patron of them'. He was further accused of having driven a Scottish tenant and his family out of Strabane barony because they were Protestants. It was also noted that all his servants were Catholics and that he was bringing up Sir Claud Hamilton's son and heir 'in popery'. Sir George Hamilton (of Greenlaw) was born circa 1578 in Renfrewshire, Scotland. He was the son of Claud Hamilton (Baron Paisley) and Margaret Seton.
     Sir George Hamilton (of Greenlaw) married Isobel Leslie before 1609. She was the daughter of James,aster of Rothes.
     |In a letter of December 1629 George Downham, Bishop of Derry, was concerned that the large number of Catholics he believed were living in the barony of Strabane was threatening the security of the area, he complained to the lord chancellor of Ireland: " Since he got part of the Earl of Abercorn's grant of the barony of Strabane, Sir George Hamilton [of Greenlaw] has done his best to plant Popery there and has brought over priests and Jesuits from Scotland. The Earl's second son Claude, who they call the Master of Abercorn, has now succeeded to his estates, and as Sir William has inherited the proportion of this father Sir Claude all the Hamilton lands are now in the hands of Papists"
In an interview with the Master of Abercorn, Downham advised him that if he would not 'embrace the reformed religion to his own religion to himself and not to poison others with the venom of Popery'. Downham was of the opinion that the Master of Abercorn 'would be a hopeful young gentleman' were it not for his Catholicism. Downham was also concerned about other members of the Abercorn family...
Downham found Sir George Hamilton of Greenlaw to be a 'courteous and civil gentleman'.
     Sir George Hamilton (of Greenlaw) married secondly Lady Mary Butler circa 14 February 1630 in Ireland. She was the daughter of the 11th Earl of Ormond. and they moved to the south of Ireland.
     A marriage settlement between Sir George Hamilton (of Greenlaw) and Lady Mary Butler was made on 14 February 1630 in Ireland. Walter agreed to pay Hamilton a marriage portion of £1800, After many years of struggle including some years in prison, in his efforts to regain his rightful inheritance of all the Ormond estates, Walter lived to see the reuniting of these vast estates with the marriage of his grandson and heir, James, to Elizabeth Preston, the grand daughter of Thomas 10th Earl of Ormond. Despite his good fortune the estates were still burdened with debts and, as the £1800 was not forthcoming, Walter now joined by his grandson James and his wife Elziabeth in a deed dated 16 April 1631 graned the manor, castle, town and lands of Roscrea to Sir George Hamilton and Dame Mary his wife for 21 years, in part payment of the dowry.
     Sir George Hamilton (of Greenlaw) lived at Roscrea, Offaly & Tipperary, Ireland, from 1631.
     George died circa 1653/54. He was of Greenlaw & Roscrea, co. Tipperary. His widow Lady Mary Hamilton was transplanted to Connacht in 1654. He was succeeded by his son James a minor.

Child of Sir George Hamilton (of Greenlaw) and Lady Mary Butler

George Hamilton 3rd Earl of Abercorn

(circa 1636 - circa 1680)
     George Hamilton 3rd Earl of Abercorn was born circa 1636 in Scotland. He was the third son. He was the son of James Hamilton 2nd Earl of Abercorn and Catherine Clifton Dowager Duchess of Lennox.
     George died circa 1680 in Padua, Italy. He was unmarried at his death en route to Rome. The earldom then passed to Claud, Lord Strabane.

George Hamilton 4th Lord, Baron Strabane

(before 1638 - 14 April 1668)
     George Hamilton 4th Lord, Baron Strabane was born before 1638. He was the son of Claud Hamilton 2nd Lord Hamilton, Baron Strabane and Lady Jane Gordon.
     He was banished to Connacht early in 1657, but in 1659 was living at Swords, Shortly before this Sir George Rawdon wrote of him "I fear there is little hope for Lord Strabane, who is under age and very poor".
     George Hamilton 4th Lord, Baron Strabane married Elizabeth Fagan in 1659.
     In 1660 his estates were restored to him by the King's command.
     George died on 14 April 1668 in Kenure, near Rush, Dublin, Ireland. He was buried in St Mechlin's church, Kenure, near Rush, Dublin. There is a large tomb with inscription: Here lieth the affabell, obliginge, exemplar, wise, humble, noble, pious, devot, most charitable, most verteous and religious, the right honourable George, Lord Hamilton, Baron of Strabane, who died 14 April AD 1668. This monument was erected by Elizabeth Strabane, alias Fagan, relict of the said Lord Strabane.
     His will was proved on 22 May 1668. His nuncupative will was dated 9 April 1668.

Children of George Hamilton 4th Lord, Baron Strabane and Elizabeth Fagan

Sir George Hamilton Bart (of Dunnalong)

(circa 1608 - 1679)
     Sir George Hamilton Bart (of Dunnalong) was born circa 1608 in Scotland. According to Cokayne, he was the fourth son.. He was the son of James Hamilton Earl of Abercorn and Marion Boyd.
     A marriage settlement between Sir George Hamilton Bart (of Dunnalong) and Mary Butler was made on 28 February 1635. An unpublished deed in the Ormond Collection records the marriage agreement between George Hamilton, knight of 'Dunelonge' and James earl of Ormond of 28 Feb 1635 regarding the marriage intended between Hamilton and Mary Butler, sister of the earl, which was to take place before the last day of April. This was followed up on 1 May 1640 by a grant to the same Sir George, referred to in this case as George Hamilton of Knockanderig in the county of Tipperary, knight and baronet, and Lady Mary Butler, specified as the sister of the earl, of the manor, castle, town and lands of Nenagh for 31 years.
Knockanderig was Knockaunderrick, the old name for Silvermines, some five miles south south west of Nenagh..
     Sir George Hamilton Bart (of Dunnalong) married Mary Butler, daughter of Thomas Butler Viscount Thurles, circa April 1635. They had six sons and three daughters..
     The Hon. George Hamilton, of Donalong, co. Tyrone, and of Nenagh, co. Tipperary. He had a company in the army in 1627; did good service, in Ireland for Charles I, as also in 1649 for Charles II, at which date he was Col. of Foot and Gov. of Nenagh Castle, but retired to France in 1651 till the Restoration, about which period (1660) he is said to have been created a baronet, being also rewarded with some small patent places. .
     George died in 1679.

Children of Sir George Hamilton Bart (of Dunnalong) and Mary Butler

George Francis Hamilton

( - 1927)
     George Francis Hamilton was born in England.
     George Francis Hamilton married Maud Caroline Lascelles, daughter of Henry Lascelles 3rd Earl of Harewood and Louisa Thynne, in 1871.
     George died in 1927.

Gustavus Hamilton

(circa 1690 - 26 February 1734/35)
     Gustavus Hamilton was born circa 1690. He was the son of Gustavus Hamilton Viscount Boyne and Elizabeth Brooke.
     Gustavus Hamilton married Dorothea Bellew in January 1717. He left issue, two sons becoming 3rd and 4th Viscounts..
     Gustavus Hamilton was mentioned in the will of Gustavus Hamilton Viscount Boyne dated circa 1723.      
Gustavus Hamilton was a Member of Parliament for Ireland.
     Gustavus died on 26 February 1734/35.

Gustavus Hamilton

(circa 1652 - November 1690)
     A Compendium of Irish Biography, 1878
states: Hamilton, Gustavus, Viscount Boyne, was born in 1639, and obtained a commission in the army towards the end of Charles II's reign. At the commencement of the War of 1689-91, the Protestants of Coleraine entrusted him with the defence of their town. He was ultimately forced to evacuate it and fall back on Enniskillen, followed by crowds of Protestant refugees from the surrounding country. He was appointed Governor of Enniskillen, and organized those regiments of horse and foot afterwards known as the Enniskilleners — the forerunners of the present Inniskilling regiments.
He commanded a regiment at the battle of the Boyne, and took a prominent part in the after operations of the war, heading the troops in the successful attack on Athlone in 1691, and being afterwards made governor of the town. When peace was concluded he received an ample share of the forfeited estates, and was made Privy-Councillor and Brigadier-General. For his bravery afterwards at the siege of Vigo, he was presented with a service of plate by Queen Anne, and George I raised him to the peerage as Viscount Boyne
. Gustavus Hamilton was also known as Gustav Ludvigsson in records. Gustavus He succeeded his grandfather at Monea Castle but these dates do not fit! In 1629 in Fermanagh. He was born circa 1652 in Sweden. He was the son of Swedish baron Ludvig Malkolmsson Hamilton (died 1662) and his wife lady Anna Karin Larsdotter Grubbe Stiernfelt, From father's side, Gustav was a grandson of archbishop Malcolm Hamilton (d 1629), builder of Monea castle. Gustav's paternal uncle was Hugh Hamilton, 1st Viscount of Glenawly, 1st Baron of Deserf. He was the son of Lewis Hamilton Baron of Deserf and Anna Catherina Grubbe-Stjernfelt.
     Gustavus Hamilton married Margaret Jones. Gustavus was the Governor in 1688, in Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Ireland.
     Gustavus died in November 1690 in Monea, Fermanagh, Ireland.
     An article in Wikipedia states: born in late 1650s, died 1691, known as the governor of Enniskillen (their chief of defence) in Northern Ireland, was colonel, and de jure 3rd friherre of Deserf in peerage of Sweden.
In c 1681, upon the tragic death of his first cousin the 2nd Lord Glenawley, baron Gustaf succeeded as the head of the Swedish baronial house of Deserf, and became de jure The Baron of Deserf in peerage of Sweden.
In 1684, the English-held government, fearful of the Mac Sweeney clan, placed a garrison in Doe Castle, County Donegal, commanded by Major Gustavus Hamilton.
Gustav received in 1688 the Hamilton family fortress Monea Castle. The Enniskilleners chose him as their governor. Colonel Hamilton fought for the protestant cause. In 1689 the town of Enniskillen was subjected to a siege that year by Jacobite troops, during the conflict which resulted from the ousting of James II of England by his Protestant rival, William III of Orange. This siege was successfully resisted. As a direct result of this conflict Enniskillen developed not only as a market town but also as a garrison which became home to two regiments. Gustav incurred enormous financial losses in the Williamite wars and that impoverished his branch of the Hamilton clan.
After his death in 1691, his wife (Margaret Jones) and children (Andrew and Gustav, both became pastors) continued to live at Monea, but they had to sell the estate in 1704.
Gustav's namesake great-great-grandson, barrister Gustav Hamilton, then of Dublin, laid in mid-19th century claim to the baronial title and seat of Deserf in peerage of Sweden, as he was de jure 9th friherre of Deserf
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Children of Gustavus Hamilton and Margaret Jones

Gustavus Hamilton

( - 1723)
     Gustavus Hamilton was the son of Gustavus Hamilton and Margaret Jones.
     Gustavus died in 1723.

Rev Gustavus Hamilton

(1696 - 1755)
     Gustavus was Rector at Raddanstown, Meath, Ireland. He was born in 1696 in Killerer, Tyrone, Ireland. Son of Patrick, gent. He married Jane Cathcart who was on the Drogheda Widows Fund from 28 Nov 1767. Patrick of Killeter was the son of William Hamilton, the second of Ballyfatton who was admitted a member at Kings Inn 1671. Patrick married Jane, one of the 3 daughters & co-heirs of Arhtur Newburgh.
     Gustavus died in 1755.

Gustavus Hamilton Viscount Boyne

(between 1639 and 1642 - 16 September 1723)
     Gustavus Hamilton Viscount Boyne was born between 1639 and 1642. He was described as the third son.. He was the son of Sir Frederick Hamilton and Sidney Vaughan.
     Gustavus matriculated at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, on 17 May 1661. He entered Trinity College, Dublin as S.Commoner. 17 May 1661 aged 19, son of Frederick, Eques Auratus. Baron Hamilton 1715, Viscount Boyne 1717.
     Gustavus Hamilton Viscount Boyne married Elizabeth Brooke.
     He was a distinguished military officer in the service of Wiliam III, for whom he raised six regiments, two of which are well known as the Inniskillings. For his services at the Battle of the Boyne, siege of Londonderry, and storming of Athlone, he was rewarded with a grant of forfeited lands, appointed brigadier general of King William's armies, and sworn of the Privy Council. In the reign of Queen Anne he was advanced to the rank of Lt General and by Her Majesty's successor elevated to the peerage of Ireland 20 October 1715 as Baron Hamilton of Stackallen (co. Meath) and created Viscount Boyne 20 August 1717..
     Gustavus Hamilton Viscount Boyne made a will dated circa 1723. He mentions his grandson Gustavus Hamilton and his brother James - his sons Gustavus & Henry Hamilton, his grand daughter Elizabeth Lambart, his daughter Dorothy Hamiton, his daughter Elizabeth Hamilton, his daughter Sophia Hamilton, daughter Elizabeth Lambart, grandson Gustavus Lambart, grand daughter Elenor Lambart.
     Gustavus died on 16 September 1723. He was buried at Stackallan, co. Meath.
     His will was proved in 1723 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland. His will mentioned his grandson Gustavus Hamilton & his brother James - his sons Gustavus and Henry Hamilton - his grandson Frederick Hamilton, grand daughter Elizabeth Lambart, daughter Dorothy Hamilton, daughter Elizabeth Hamilton, daughter Sophia Hamilton, daughter Elizabeth Lambart, grandson Gustavus Lambart - grand daughter Elenor Lambart.

Children of Gustavus Hamilton Viscount Boyne and Elizabeth Brooke

Gustavus Hamilton Viscount Boyne

( - before 1746)
     Gustavus Hamilton Viscount Boyne was the son of Frederick Hamilton and Sophia Hamilton (Hamilton).
     Gustavus died before 1746.
     His will was proved in 1746 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland. Lord Viscount Boyne, mentions Richard Hamilton, second son of his uncle Gustavus Hamilton Esq; Joshua Hamilton second son of his uncle Henry Hamilton; Sackville Hamilton, third son of his uncle Henry Hamilton; Edward Hamilton fifth son of his uncle Henry Hamilton; his mother Sophia Hamilton.

Hannah Hamilton

(1651 - 16 May 1733)
     Married Sir William Gore of Manor Gore, co. Donegal, Bart and had issue [Scots Peerage].
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     Hannah Hamilton married Sir William Gore. The had issue.. Hannah Hamilton was born in 1651. She was the daughter of James Hamilton and Catherine Hamilton.
     Hannah died on 16 May 1733 in Dublin, Ireland. She was buried at St Mary's..

Helen Hamilton Countess of Argyll

     Helen Hamilton Countess of Argyll was the daughter of James Hamilton 2nd Lord, 1st Earl Arran and Janet Beaton.

Henry Hamilton

(February 1691/92 - 3 June 1743)
     Henry Hamilton was born in February 1691/92. He was the son of Gustavus Hamilton Viscount Boyne and Elizabeth Brooke.      
Henry Hamilton was a Member of Parliament for Donegal, Ireland. He was also collector of the port of Cork.
     Henry Hamilton married Mary Dawson on 27 October 1722. He left issue, See Burke's Peerage. His daughter Maria married Sir George Dunbar, Bart. of Mochrum and d.s.p.
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     Henry Hamilton was mentioned in the will of Gustavus Hamilton Viscount Boyne dated circa 1723.
     Henry died on 3 June 1743 aged 51.

Child of Henry Hamilton and Mary Dawson

Henry Hamilton

(13 December 1583 - 15 March 1584/85)
     Henry Hamilton was born on 13 December 1583. He was the son of Claud Hamilton (Baron Paisley) and Margaret Seton. Henry Hamilton was buried in St Mirren's Chapel, Paisley Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland.
     Henry died on 15 March 1584/85 aged 1. He was aged three months and two days..

Hugh Hamilton Baron Glenawley, Deserf

(circa 1604 - April 1679)
     Hugh Hamilton Baron Glenawley, Deserf was born circa 1604. He was the son of Malcolm Hamilton Archbishop of Cashel and Mary Wilkie.
     Hugh Hamilton (died 1678), 1st Lord of Glenawly in Ireland and 1st Baron of Deserf in Sweden, was a soldier in Swedish and English service.
He came from a family that descended from the Hamilton of Dalserf, a cadet branch of the House of Hamilton. The progenitor of the Dalserf branch, David Hamilton of Dalserf, was son of John Hamilton of Cadzow (d. 1402), and uncle to,James Hamilton, 1st Lord Hamilton. Hugh (also known as Hugo in Swedish), who mentions himself being originally a third son and with poor prospects of inheritance, moved from Ireland to Sweden and took part in Thirty Years War. He had a regiment recruited from British Isles and led them in Germany. In Swedish service, he soon rose to be colonel. He received properties Ljung and Slefringe in Östergötland.
He was the first Hamilton in Swedish military service to get the rights of nobleman in Swedish chamber of nobles as in 1648 he and his youngest half-brother Lewis (Ludvig) Hamilton were naturalized as Swedish noblemen in Sweden. In 1654, he and Ludvig were created Friherre af Deserf by king Charles X Gustav of Sweden, and thus Hugh became the 1st Baron of Deserf in peerage of Sweden. His relatives, barons and counts Hamilton (descended from his nephews whom Hugh encouraged to come to Swedish service), continue up to today in Sweden.
In 1659 his childless brother Archibald Hamilton, who had obtained the feudal barony of Glenawley, died and was inherited by living siblings. Hugh, as his eldest surviving brother, succeeded to the baronial title. 1660 king Charles II of England created Hugh, who then yet lived in Sweden, 1st Lord of Glenawly in peerage of Ireland, which some have said meant a viscountcy, but some count it as a regular barony. He thus got the right to a seat in Upper House of the Irish parliament.
After the restoration of Charles II, he in 1662 returned to Britain, left Sweden for good, and was installed a Privy Councillor in Ireland.
Viscount Hugh Hamilton's only son survived father only a couple of years, and died tragically in an accident. Hugh's grandson sir Marcus Beresford, who married lady Catherine Power of Tyrone, baroness de la Poer suo jure, was created 1st Earl of Tyrone. Hugh's great-grandson sir George de La Poer Beresford, 2nd Earl of Tyrone, was created 1st Marquess of Waterford
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     Hugh Hamilton Baron Glenawley, Deserf married Margaret Forratt circa 1637. His first was Margaret Forratt (d 1653), of a Scots family, and widow of colonel and ambassador baron James Spens (Jakob), 1st Friherre of Orreholmen, who had died 1632, and been in Swedish service. Friherrinna Margaret had two sons of her first marriage (major, baron Axel Spens of Orreholmen, 1626-56, and colonel, baron Jakob Spens of Orreholmen, 1627-65), who thus became Hugh's stepsons. In his first marriage, lord Hugh had one surviving child, a daughter baroness Bridget Margaret Hamilton af Deserf, who in 1659 married baron Kustaa Adolf Skytte of Tuutarhovi.
He married secondly a lady whose name was Jacomina.
     Hugh Hamilton Baron Glenawley, Deserf married thirdly Susan Balfour (of Pitcullo) circa 1659. She was a kinswoman related to families which had earlier held Glenawly. They had their only surviving son, William Hamilton (c 1660 - c 1681), and several daughters: baroness Henriette Amelia Hamilton af Deserf, died young; baroness Arabella Susan Hamilton af Deserf, who married three times, but had no surviving children. Her husbands included Sir Marcus Trevor, 3rd Viscount Dungannon; baroness Nicola Sophia Hamilton af Deserf, who married firstly sir Tristram Beresford, and secondly general sir Richard Gorges of Kilbrew, and had children of both her marriages.

     Hugh died in April 1679 in Kerog, Errigal-Kerogue?, Tyrone?, Ireland.

Isabel Hamilton

(circa 1529 - 13 November 1604)
     Isabel Hamilton was born circa 1529. She was the daughter of Sir William Hamilton.
     Isabel Hamilton married George Seton 5th Lord Seton, son of George Seton 4th Lord Seton and Elizabeth Hay, circa 1550.
     A contract for the marriage of Isabel Hamilton and George Seton 5th Lord Seton was signed on 2 August 1550.
     Isabel died on 13 November 1604. She was buried in Seton, East Lothian, Scotland.

Children of Isabel Hamilton and George Seton 5th Lord Seton

Isabel Hamilton (Bannatyne)

     Isabel Hamilton (Bannatyne) was the daughter of James Hamilton 2nd Lord, 1st Earl Arran and Janet Beaton.

Isobel Hamilton

     Isobel Hamilton was the daughter of James Hamilton Earl of Abercorn and Marion Boyd.
     Margaret, Isobel & Lucy or Lucrece were named with their brothers as parties to an action in the Court of Session on 4 November 1620.