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

Thomas Hamilton

( - 1687)
     Thomas Hamilton was the son of Sir George Hamilton Bart (of Dunnalong) and Mary Butler.
     Thomas died in 1687.

three daughters Hamilton

     Three daughters Hamilton was born in Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland. He was the son of James Hamilton 4th Earl of Arran.

Viola Joyce Hamilton

( - 1960)
     Viola Joyce Hamilton married Basil Arthur Rudd, son of Alfred William Rudd and Claire Eugenie Campbell, in 1938 in Victoria.
     Viola and Basil resided at 10 Ailsa St, Fullarton East, South Australia, 1943.
     Viola died in 1960 in South Australia.

Walter FitzGilbert Hamilton

(before 1275 - )
     Walter died in Scotland.
Walter FitzGilbert Hamilton married secondly Mary Gordon in Scotland.
Walter FitzGilbert Hamilton married Helen Unknown (Hamilton). Walter FitzGilbert Hamilton was born before 1275 in Lanarkshire, Scotland. He was the son of Gilbert de Hamilton and Isabel Randolph.
Witness to a charter to the monks of Paisley 10 Jan 1294/5, and is named in the homage roll 28 Aug 1296. Attaching himself later to King Robert Bruce, he had grants of Dalsef 3 Mar 1314/5, and afterwards of Cadzow, which became the chief lordship and seat of the Hamilton family. He had a grant of Kinneil 28 July 1323.
     He is mentioned in Scottish records between 1294 and 1323 and Robert the Bruce bestowed upon him the Barony of Cadzow (Cadyow) in Lanarkshire and several other lands in Lanark, Wigtonshire & Linlithgowshire. [The Scottish nation, p.415].

Children of Walter FitzGilbert Hamilton and Mary Gordon

William Hamilton

     William Hamilton was the son of Sir David Hamilton and Janet Keith.
     William resided at Bathgate, Midlothian, Scotland.
He was imprisoned, along with his brothers William and Andrew, in Norwich, in 1396. Richard II of England ordered their release from the Mayor and bailies of that city on 29 June. A John Hamilton, either his brother John Hamilton of Bardowie, or uncle, John Hamilton of Fingalton was released from the Tower of London on the same date. Hamilton and his uncle seem to have found themselves guests of the English again, when at a meeting of Border commissioners at Hawdenstank, on 28 October 1398, the first point of business was the release of Hamilton of Cadzow, and Hamilton of Fingalton and others in their entourage. The Hamiltons had been caught at sea by English privateers, again in violation of the truce. The English were urged to release the ship and restore their goods to them, or alternatively pay suitable recompense.

William Hamilton

     William Hamilton was the son of Gustavus Hamilton and Margaret Jones.
He sold the esate about 1756 to Robert King & Hugh Montgomery.

William Hamilton

     William Hamilton was the son of Col James Hamilton and Elizabeth Culpepper.
He was the ancestor of the Hamiltons of Trebinshun in Wales..

Col William Hamilton

(say 1635 - before 1670)
     Col William Hamilton was born say 1635 in Scotland. He was the son of James Hamilton 2nd Earl of Abercorn and Catherine Clifton Dowager Duchess of Lennox.
     William died while fighting before 1670 in Germany.

Sir William Hamilton

     William resided at Sanqhuar, Prestwick, Dumfriesshire. William was High Treasurer an unknown date , in Scotland. He was a Senator of the College of Justice and High Treasurer of Scotland in the reign of James V (however he does not seem to be listed in the official lists online).

Child of Sir William Hamilton

Sir William Hamilton

(circa 1607 - 24 June 1681)
     Sir William Hamilton was born circa 1607 in Scotland. Roulston describes him as the third son of ther first Earl of Abercorn and states that he was accused ofhaving converted his wife ot Catholicsm. He later became ambassador to Rome for Queen Henrietta Maria, wife of Charles I.. He was the son of James Hamilton Earl of Abercorn and Marion Boyd.
     William matriculated at Glasgow University.
He chose curators 19 July 1621, his next of kin on the father's side being Sir George Hamilton of Greenlaw and Sir Frederick Hamilton; on the mother's side, Wiliam Boyd of Bonshaw and Adam Boyd of Templeton.
He was created a Baronet of Nova Scotia in 1627, was long resident in Rome on behalf of Henrietta Maria, Queen Dowager of England..
Sir William Hamilton married Jean Colquhoun before 1 April 1656. HIs wife was a step-daughter of Hugh Montgomery, Viscount Ards.
     William died on 24 June 1681 in South Shields, Durham, England. His tombstone at St Hilda's states "late srvant to Queen Henrietta Maria"..

William Hamilton (of Eliston)

     William Hamilton (of Eliston) was the son of Sir Claud Hamilton (of Shawfield) and Janet Hamilton (Hamilton).
     Administration of the estate of Sir Claud Hamilton (of Shawfield) was granted to William Hamilton (of Eliston), on 29 November 1629 in the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland, Admon of the estate of Sir Claud Hamilton of Baldony, co. Tyrone, was granted to his son William.

William Hamilton Earl of Lanark, 2nd Duke

(14 December 1616 - September 1651)
     William Hamilton Earl of Lanark, 2nd Duke was born on 14 December 1616 in Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland. He was the son of James Hamilton 4th Earl of Arran.
     William died in September 1651 aged 34. He was buried in September 1651 in Worcester Cathedral, Worcester, Worcestershire.

Desmond Claud Hamilton-Russell

(1917 - )
     Desmond Claud Hamilton-Russell was born in 1917 in England. He was the son of Gustavus William Hamilton-Russell and Margaret Selina Lascelles Viscountess Boyne.

Gustavus Lascelles Hamilton-Russell

(18 October 1907 - )
     Gustavus Lascelles Hamilton-Russell was born on 18 October 1907 in England. He was the son of Gustavus William Hamilton-Russell and Margaret Selina Lascelles Viscountess Boyne.

Gustavus William Hamilton-Russell

(11 January 1854 - )
      9th Vicsount Boyne. Sits as Baron Brancepeth. Gustavus William Hamilton-Russell was born on 11 January 1854.
Gustavus William Hamilton-Russell married Margaret Selina Lascelles Viscountess Boyne, daughter of Henry Ulick Lascelles 5th Earl of Harewood and Florence Katherine Bridgeman, in 1906 in England.

Children of Gustavus William Hamilton-Russell and Margaret Selina Lascelles Viscountess Boyne

John Hamilton-Russell

(1911 - )
     John Hamilton-Russell was born in 1911 in England. He was the son of Gustavus William Hamilton-Russell and Margaret Selina Lascelles Viscountess Boyne.

Marie Hamilton?

( - 25 March 1652)
     Marie Hamilton? was born. Her daughter Mary was the niece of Sir Frederick Hamilton, which possibly makes her his sister. But Margaret is described as the only daughter of Claud Hamilton. She is not mentioned by Roulston, but he states that Claud father two illegitimate children - James & Mary, so she might be the latter.. She was the daughter of Claud Hamilton (Baron Paisley) and Margaret Seton.
Marie Hamilton? married Henry Harman, son of Nicholas Harman and Mary Unknown (Harman), say 1609.
     Marie Hamilton? made a will dated 5 January 1649.
     Marie died on 25 March 1652 in Dublin, Ireland.
     Her will was proved on 25 March 1652 at the Consistorial Court, Dublin, Ireland. Her will dated 5 Jan 1649/50 directed that she be buried in St Bride's Church Dublin near her daughter Ann Wall.

Children of Marie Hamilton? and Henry Harman

Emily Hamley

(circa 1842 - June 1901)
     Emily Hamley was born circa 1842 in Bere Ferrers, Devon.
Emily Hamley married Reuben Ruby, son of William Henry Ruby and Ann Jeffery, on 10 January 1875 in Stoke Damerel, Devonport, Plymouth, Devon.
     Emily Hamley and Reuben Ruby were recorded on the 1891 census in 1 Bromley Ville Rd, Higher Burraton, St Stephen, Cornwall. Reuben Ruby aged 63, pensioner RN, born Maker, Cornwall & his wife Emily aged 48, born Bere Ferrers; with two boarders.
     Emily Hamley and Reuben Ruby were recorded on the 1901 census in Fore St, Bere Ferrers, Devon. Reuben Ruby, aged 73, living on own means, born Milbrook, Cornwall and his wife Emily aged 59, born Bere Ferrers.
     Emily's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1901 in Tavistock RD, Devon.

Margaret Hamlin

(4 April 1585 - before 1 October 1656)
     Margaret Hamlin was christened on 4 April 1585 in Barningham, Suffolk.
Margaret Hamlin married William Cocksedge, son of William Cocksedge, on 16 September 1610 in Barningham, Suffolk.
     Margaret died before 1 October 1656 in Barningham, Suffolk. She was buried on 1 October 1656 in Barningham. Margaret the wife of William Cocksidge was buried October ye 1st 1656.

Children of Margaret Hamlin and William Cocksedge

Mary Hamlyn

(circa 1700? - before 26 April 1760)
      There were several Hamlyns in the parish in the late 16th century.. Mary Hamlyn was born circa 1700? In Devon, England. She is most likely to be the Mary born 24 March 1705 and baptised 14 April 1705 at Widecombe in the Moor, daughter of Thomas. However there were also Marys born in 1694 and 1697..
     Mary Hamlyn married William Ruby as his second wife, on 14 December 1725 in Widecombe, Devon.
     Mary died before 26 April 1760 in Widecombe, Devon. She was buried on 26 April 1760 in Widecombe, Devon. Mary Ruby, wife of William.

Children of Mary Hamlyn and William Ruby

Abraham Hammond

(5 December 1830 - )
     Abraham Hammond was christened on 5 December 1830 in Combs, Suffolk. He was the son of Isaac Hammond and Mary Boon.