John Hamilton Archbishop of St Andrews

( - 1 April 1570)
     John Hamilton Archbishop of St Andrews was the son of James Hamilton 2nd Lord, 1st Earl Arran.
     John died on 1 April 1570 in Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland. He was Abbott of Paisley and subseqently Bishop of St Andrews..

John Hamilton Marquis of Hamilton

(circa 1535 - 26 April 1604)
     John Hamilton Marquis of Hamilton was born circa 1535 in Scotland. He was the third son. He was the son of James Hamilton Duke of Chatelherault and Lady Margaret Douglas.
     John died on 26 April 1604.
     His will was proved on 30 June 1608.

Children of John Hamilton Marquis of Hamilton

John William Hamilton

(circa 1890 - 25 April 1915)
     John William Hamilton was born circa 1890.
     John William Hamilton married Una Alberta Theresa Bland, daughter of William Bland and Sarah Ann Scott, on 6 February 1911 in teh Wesleyan Church, Yarram, Victoria. The marriage of Captain John William Hamilton of the Australian Intelligence Corps, fourth son of the late W Hamilton, of Dublin, Ireland and Miss Una Alberta Theresa Bland, second daughter of Mr. William Bland, of "Korindah." Yarram Yarram ....
     He served as an Army officer.
     John died on 25 April 1915 in Gallipoli, Turkey.

Child of John William Hamilton and Una Alberta Theresa Bland

Leonard Errol Hamilton

(10 June 1976 - August 1976)
     Leonard Errol Hamilton was born on 10 June 1976 in Mission, British Columbia, Canada.
     Leonard died in August 1976 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Lewis Hamilton Baron of Deserf

( - 1662)
     Lewis Hamilton Baron of Deserf was also known as Ludovic in records. Lewis Hamilton Baron of Deserf was also known as Ludwig Hamilton in records. He was born. He was the fifth son and only son by Malcolm's second wife Jane Crawford. He was brother of the first Lord Glenawley, and father of the famous defender of Enniskillin in the time of James II. He was the son of Malcolm Hamilton Archbishop of Cashel and Jane Crawford.
     Lewis Hamilton Baron of Deserf married Anna Catherina Grubbe-Stjernfelt on 30 July 1651 in Sweden. Lewis Hamilton Baron of Deserf bore arms: Lewis entered the Swedish Army and was created 1 June 1654, Baron Hamilton de Deserf.
     Lewis died in 1662 in Sweden. He was buried in Gottenburg, Sweden.
     The administration of his estate was granted on 19 May 1670 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.

Children of Lewis Hamilton Baron of Deserf and Anna Catherina Grubbe-Stjernfelt

Lucrece Hamilton

( - circa 9 June 1696)
     Lucrece Hamilton was also known as Lucy in records. She was the daughter of James Hamilton Earl of Abercorn and Marion Boyd.
     Lucrece Hamilton was engaged in 1613. Lucy was engaged to Randal the 4 year old son of Randal McDonnell but it was called off in 1628.
     Margaret, Isobel & Lucy or Lucrece were named with their brothers as parties to an action in the Court of Session on 4 November 1620.
     Lucrece died circa 9 June 1696 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. She was buried at Holyrood church on or after that date..

Malcolm Hamilton

( - after 1698)
     Malcolm Hamilton was the son of Lewis Hamilton Baron of Deserf and Anna Catherina Grubbe-Stjernfelt.
     Malcolm died after 1698 in Ireland. He was a major in his brother's, afterwards Colonel Abraham Creighton's, Regiment of Foot, which was "broke in Ireland" in 1698.

Malcolm Hamilton

(circa 1612 - after 1639)
     Malcolm Hamilton was born circa 1612. He was the son of Malcolm Hamilton Archbishop of Cashel and Mary Wilkie.
     Malcolm died after 1639.

Malcolm Hamilton Archbishop of Cashel

(say 1575 - 25 April 1629)
     Malcolm Hamilton Archbishop of Cashel was born say 1575 in Scotland. He was the son of Archibald Hamilton, 4th son of Hamilton of Deserf. He was the son of Generations? Hamilton.
     Malcolm Hamilton Archbishop of Cashel married Mary Wilkie before 1602. Malcolm HAMILTON (~1612 - )
Hugo HAMILTON af Deserf ((1610?) - 1679).
     He moved from Scotland to Ireland in c 1604. He was probably pastor of Kilburnie in 1604.
     Malcolm Hamilton Archbishop of Cashel married secondly Jane Crawford after 1612.
     He became Lord of the Manor of Castletown Monea, parish of Devenish, by purchase in 1615 and lived in the Castle of Monea. Malcolm Building of Monea Castle commenced in 1616 by the Rector of Devenish, the Reverend Malcolm Hamilton. Shortly after wards, in 1619, it was described by Pynnar as "a strong castle of lime and stone being 54 feet long and 20 feet broad". The bawn, comprising "a wall 9 feet in height and 300 feet in circuit" was added shortly before Hamilton was promoted in 1618.
     In 1623 he was appointed Archbishop of Cashel and in 1624 he sent his son Hugh [and others] to join the army of the Protestant hero, King Gustav Adloph nicknamed "the Lion of the North, and the Bulwark of the Protestant Faith".
The family had obtained Monea and Ballygawley in Tyrone-Fermanagh and Hugh's father had Monea castle built in their hereditary lands in c 1618, in Hugh's adolescence.
     Malcolm Hamilton Archbishop of Cashel made a will dated 27 August 1627. His will left his 5th son Lewis £100.
     Malcolm died of fever on 25 April 1629 in Camus, near Cashel, Ireland.
     His will was proved on 5 May 1629 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.

Children of Malcolm Hamilton Archbishop of Cashel and Mary Wilkie

Child of Malcolm Hamilton Archbishop of Cashel and Jane Crawford

Margaret Hamilton

(circa 1585 - 11 September 1623)
     Margaret Hamilton was born circa 1585 in Scotland. She was the daughter of Claud Hamilton (Baron Paisley) and Margaret Seton.
     Margaret Hamilton married William Douglas Marquis of Douglas circa 1601.
     Margaret died on 11 September 1623.

Margaret Hamilton

(circa 1488 - )
     Margaret Hamilton married Andrew Stewart Lord Evandale & Ochiltree. Margaret Hamilton was born circa 1488. She was the only child by his first wife.. She was the daughter of James Hamilton 2nd Lord, 1st Earl Arran and Beatrix Drummond.

Margaret Hamilton

     Margaret Hamilton was the daughter of Sir John Hamilton (of Clydesdale).

Margaret Hamilton

(before 1595 - 9 September 1634)
     Margaret Hamilton was born before 1595. She was the daughter of John Hamilton.
     Margaret Hamilton married Sir Archibald Acheson in 1622 in Renfrewshire, Scotland. Marriage contract dated 20 July 1619.
     Margaret died on 9 September 1634.

Margaret Hamilton

(1 September 1577 - 23 December 1577)
     Margaret Hamilton was born on 1 September 1577. She was the daughter of Claud Hamilton (Baron Paisley) and Margaret Seton.
     Margaret died on 23 December 1577. She was aged three months and twenty two days. She was buried in St Mirren's Chapel, Paisley Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland.

Margaret Hamilton (Cunningham)

     Margaret Hamilton (Cunningham) was born. She married Sir William Cunningham of Caprington.. She was the daughter of James Hamilton Earl of Abercorn and Marion Boyd.
     Margaret Hamilton (Cunningham) mentioned on 4 November 1620.

Margaret Hamilton (Gordon)

     Margaret Hamilton (Gordon) was born in Scotland. She was the daughter of James Hamilton Duke of Chatelherault and Lady Margaret Douglas.

Margaret Hamilton (Maxwell)

     Margaret Hamilton (Maxwell) was the son of John Hamilton Marquis of Hamilton.

Maria Hamilton (Dunbar)

     Maria Hamilton (Dunbar) was born. She is not mentioned in the 1723 will of her supposed grandfather Gustavus, Lord Viscount Boyne whereas other grandchildren are. She was the daughter of Henry Hamilton and Mary Dawson.

Marianne or Cecilia Hamilton (Perkins)

(say 1637 - )
     Marianne was the wife of Richard Perkins, of Lifford, Donegal. Balfour Paul calls her Cecilia. Marianne or Cecilia Hamilton (Perkins) was born say 1637. She was the daughter of Claud Hamilton 2nd Lord Hamilton, Baron Strabane and Lady Jane Gordon.

Mary Hamilton

     Mary Hamilton married William Keith Marischal of Scotland, son of Sir Edward de Keith. She was the daughter of Sir James Hamilton of Cadzow.
     Mary Hamilton lived at Cadzow, now called Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland. She was born in Stirlingshire, Scotland. Daughter of Sir James Hamilton of Cadzow..

Mary Hamilton

     Mary Hamilton married Edmund Armstrong, son of Andrew Armstrong and Elizabeth Johnston. Mary Hamilton was born in Lisdoony, Offaly. She was the daughter of William Hamilton esq of Liscloony, King's county.

Children of Mary Hamilton and Edmund Armstrong

Mary Hamilton (Dillon)

(1668 - )
     Mary Hamilton (Dillon) was born in 1668. She was born after her father's death. She married Gerald Dillon.. She was the daughter of George Hamilton 4th Lord, Baron Strabane and Elizabeth Fagan.

Peter Fulton Hamilton

(10 May 1908 - 2 May 1990)
     He was Procurator Fiscal in Linlithgow.. Peter Fulton Hamilton was born on 10 May 1908 in Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland.
     Peter died on 2 May 1990 in Livingstone, West Lothian (Linlithgow), Scotland, aged 81.

General Richard Hamilton

( - 1717)
     General Richard Hamilton was the son of Sir George Hamilton Bart (of Dunnalong) and Mary Butler.
     Richard died in 1717 in France. He had commanded the Jacobite army at Derry in 1689. He was captured at the Battle of Boyne and imprisoned in the Tower of London..

Robert Hamilton

     Robert Hamilton was the son of Sir James Hamilton and Janet Livingston.

Robert Hamilton (Seigneur d'Aubigny)

(circa 1476? - )
     Robert Hamilton (Seigneur d'Aubigny) was born circa 1476?. He was the son of Sir James Hamilton (1st Lord) and Princess Mary Stewart.

Sidney Hamilton

(1648 - 20 January 1685/86)
     Sidney Hamilton was born in 1648. She was the daughter of James Hamilton and Catherine Hamilton.
     L... tutela.. Sidnea Hamilton & H... Hamilton filiarum Jacobi Hamilton ... de Manor Hamilton. Ar: def Gulielmus Hamilton de Legherunie in co. Tyrone, ar: 28 March 1661.
     Sidney Hamilton married Sir John Hume (Bart) before October 1668 in Ireland. He was of Castle Hume, co. Fermanagh and they had issue..
     Sidney died on 20 January 1685/86 in Dublin, Ireland. She was buried on 24 January 1685/86 in the Chancel of St Michael's, Dublin, Ireland.

Sophia Hamilton

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

Sophia Hamilton (Hamilton)

(circa 1690 - May 1748)
     Sophia Hamilton (Hamilton) was born circa 1690. She was the daughter of James Hamilton of Tullymore. and sister of James, 1st Earl of Clanbrassil..
     Sophia Hamilton (Hamilton) married Frederick Hamilton, son of Gustavus Hamilton Viscount Boyne and Elizabeth Brooke, on 1 September 1707.
     Sophia died in May 1748.

Children of Sophia Hamilton (Hamilton) and Frederick Hamilton

Thomas Hamilton

( - after 1412)
     Thomas Hamilton lived at Darngaber, Lanarkshire, Scotland. He was the son of Sir John Hamilton and Janet Douglas.
     Thomas died after 1412.