Nicola Stewart

     Nicola Stewart married Alexander Dunbar, son of Alexander Dunbar and Grizel Dunbar (Dunbar) (Cunningham). She was the daughter of Alexander Stewart 6th of Garlies.

Robert Stewart

( - 1424)
     Robert Stewart was the son of Robert Stewart Duke of Albany and Muriel Keith.
     Robert died in 1424 in Verneuil, France.

Robert Stewart

( - 21 July 1403)
     Robert Stewart was the son of Sir Robert Stewart.
     Robert Stewart lived at Durisdeer, Dumfriesshire, Scotland.
     Robert died in battle on 21 July 1403 in Shrewsbury, Shropshire.

Robert Stewart

     Robert Stewart was the son of Alexander Stewart.

Robert Stewart

( - 1421)
     Robert Stewart was born in Scotland. He was the son of Murdoch Stewart 2nd Duke of Albany and Isabella Lennox Duchess of Albany.
     Robert died in 1421. He left no issue.

Sir Robert Stewart

(1325 - 1386/87)
     Sir Robert Stewart lived at Innermeath, Argyllshire, Scotland. He was born in 1325. He was the son of James Stewart.
     Robert died in 1386/87.

Children of Sir Robert Stewart

Robert Stewart Duke of Albany

(1339 - 2 September 1420)
     Robert Stewart Duke of Albany was born in 1339. He was the son of Robert, II Stewart, King of Scotland and Elizabeth Mure.
     Robert Stewart Duke of Albany married Margaret Graham Countess of Menteith, daughter of Alan Graham Earl of Menteith, after 9 September 1361. They had a Papal dispensation for the marriage on 9 Sep 1361, he was her fourth husband. Robert was created Earl of Fife in 1371 and Duke of Albany 28 Apr 1398, Earl of Atholl 2 Sep 1403.
     Robert Stewart Duke of Albany married Muriel Keith, daughter of William Keith Marischal of Scotland and Margaret Fraser, after 4 May 1380. They had a Papal dispensation to marry on 4 May 1380. Robert was Regent of Scotland, Great Chamberlain of Scotland 1392-1408 after 1406.
     Robert died on 2 September 1420. He was buried after 2 September 1420 in the Abbey church, Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland.

Children of Robert Stewart Duke of Albany and Muriel Keith

Robert Stewart Lord of Lorn

( - after 1438)
     Robert Stewart Lord of Lorn was the son of Sir John Stewart.
     Robert Stewart Lord of Lorn married Margaret Stewart (Stewart), daughter of Robert Stewart Duke of Albany and Margaret Graham Countess of Menteith.
     Robert died after 1438.

Child of Robert Stewart Lord of Lorn and Margaret Stewart (Stewart)

Robert, II Stewart, King of Scotland

(2 March 1316 - 19 April 1390)
     Robert, II Stewart, King of Scotland was born on 2 March 1316 in Paisley, Renfrewshire. Robert II, King of Scotland, first of the Stuart line, was the only son of Walter Stuart and Marjory, daughter of Robert Bruce. He was the son of Walter Stewart and Lady Marjory Bruce.
     He was the 7th High Steward of Scotland, & was in command at Halidon Hill 19 July 1333 in consequence of which his estates were forfeited and conferred, by Balliol, on David (of Strathbogie), Earl of Atholl. Robert was Regent of Scotland from 1338 to 1341. Robert was created Earl of Atholl on the resignation of William Douglas, of Liddesdale, Earl of Atholl on 16 February 1341/42. Robert was again Regent of Scotland from 1346 to 1357.
     Robert, II Stewart, King of Scotland married Elizabeth Mure, daughter of Adam Mure, after 22 November 1347. They received a papal dispensation 22 Nov 1347 which legitimized their four sons and five daughters. A marriage between Elizabeth Mure of the diocese of Glasgow & Hugh Giffard of the diocese of St Andrew's, contracted when he was 9 and she 11, was dissolved by the Pope xiii Kal. Juniii 1345. They had 10-13 children.
     Robert, II Stewart, King of Scotland married secondly Euphemia Ross Countess of Moray after 2 May 1355 in Scotland. As Countess of Moray, she then married (Papal dispensation dated 2 May 1355) as his second wife, Robert Stewart, Earl of Strathearn, afterwards King Robert II. They received a papal dispensation by Pope Innocent VI. Robert was created Earl of Strathern in 1358.
     He also had eight known illegitimate children. Robert, II Stewart, King of Scotland was also known as King Robert II in records. Robert succeeded his uncle, David II as King of Scotland on 22 February 1370/71.
     He acted a prominent part in the affairs of government during the minority of David II. He held the office of regent of Scotland during the captivity in England of his uncle David, 1346-1357, and succeeded to the throne on his death in 1371. He was engaged for several years in war with England, in which he was aided by the French; lived chiefly in retirement during his latter years, the Earl of Fife being named regent in 1389
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     Robert died on 19 April 1390 in Dundonald Castle, Ayrshire, aged 74. He was buried on 13 August 1390 in the Abbey, Scone, Perthshire.

Child of Robert, II Stewart, King of Scotland

Children of Robert, II Stewart, King of Scotland and Elizabeth Mure

Robert, III Stewart, King of Scotland

(circa 1337 - 4 April 1406)
     Robert, III Stewart, King of Scotland was also known as John Robert in records. Robert, III Stewart, King of Scotland was also known as John Stewart Earl of Carrick in records. He was born circa 1337. Third but second surviving son of Robert II whose name was John but took the throne as Robert III. He was the son of Robert, II Stewart, King of Scotland and Elizabeth Mure.
     Robert, III Stewart, King of Scotland married Annabella Drummond, daughter of Sir John Drummond and Mary Montfichet, circa 1367. They had seven children.
     John Stewart, Earl of Carrick, afterwards Robert III. King of Scotland, eldest son of Robert II. He succeeded his father in 1390. He was probably about fifty years of age, and being of feeble character and indolent, left the chief power in the hands of his brother, the Duke of Albany (previously Earl of Fife). In the tenth year of his reign war broke out with England; Henry IV invaded the kingdom, and the Percies made an inroad the next year, 1401. The defeat of Douglas by the Percies at Homildon Hill took place in 1402. Robert, to guard against the ambitious designs of the Duke of Albany, sent his son, James, to France; but the young prince was taken prisoner by the English on his way, and his father died, broken-hearted, in 1406.
     Robert died "of grief" on 4 April 1406 in Rothesay Castle, Bute, Scotland. He was buried in Paisley Abbey, Renfrewshire.

Children of Robert, III Stewart, King of Scotland and Annabella Drummond

son Stewart

Walter Stewart

(1292 or 1296 - 9 April 1327)
     Walter was Regent of Scotland. He was born in 1292 or 1296. He was the son of James Stewart, 5th High Steward of Scotland by his spouse Gilles (or Egidia) de Burgh, daughter of Walter de Burgh, 1st Earl of Ulster. Walter's mother is sometimes identified as Cecily or Cecilia de Dunbar, but this identification is erroneous. He was the son of James Stewart 5th High Steward.
     He was Commander at Bannockburn in 1314.
     Walter Stewart married Lady Marjory Bruce, daughter of Robert, the Bruce, King of Scotland and Lady Isabella Mar, before 25 April 1315 in Scotland. John Ravillious wrote: This relationship would have then been in the 3rd and 4th degrees of consanguinity, requiring a dispensation. I am not aware of any reference to such a dispensation, for what is one of the most noticed marriages in Scots history. Based on the foregoing, I have indicated in my notes that (A) the marriage of Neil of Carrick and NN le Stewart occurred, but (B) Marjory of Carrick was the daughter of another (likely second) wife of Neil of Carrick.
If anyone has reference to the account for Walter the Stewart in Scots Peerage (probably around I:14 or so), perhaps there's a detail there I'd missed. However, it seems otherwise unlikely that Margaret Stewart was great-grandmother of Marjory Bruce
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     Walter Stewart married secondly Isabel Graham after 1316 in Scotland. They had 2 sons John & Andrew and a daughter Egidia who married Sir James Lindsay, 2) Sir Hugh Eglinton of that ilk 3) Sir James Douglas of Dalkeith. Walter was 6th High Steward of Scotland.
     Walter died on 9 April 1327 in Bathgate Castle, Scotland.
     The lands of Garlies and Dalswinton were granted to Sir Walter Stewart, descended of Bonkyl, the Garlies grant being just before the death in 1346 at Neville's Cross of John third earl of Moray, as recorded in the introduction to the Galloway charters under GD138, “The earliest charter of Garlies is undated but was in the reign of David II, when John Randolph, Earl of Moray, granted the lands of Garlies, Glenmannoch and Corsok to Sir Walter Stewart the father of the above Marion” who was the heiress who married Sir John Stewart de Foresta. Unfortunately the location of this charter is not recorded, if it still exists, but it is in the list in Appendix ii to Vol i of RMS, no 1260.

Child of Walter Stewart and Isabel Graham

Child of Walter Stewart and Lady Marjory Bruce

Walter Stewart

     Walter Stewart was born in Bonkyll, Scotland. He was the son of Sir John Stewart (of Bonkyll) and Margaret de Bonkyll.

Walter Stewart

     Walter Stewart was born He left no issue. He was the son of Sir Alan Stewart.

Walter Stewart

( - circa 1362)
     Walter Stewart was the son of Robert, II Stewart, King of Scotland and Elizabeth Mure.
     Walter Stewart married Isabella, Countess of Fife,. He was her fourth husband.
     Walter died circa 1362.

Walter Stewart 3rd High Steward

(1173 - 1241)
     Walter Stewart 3rd High Steward was also known as FitzAlan (of Dundonald) in records. He was born in 1173. He was the eldest son of Alan fitz Walter, 2nd High Steward of Scotland but which wife of Alan's was his mother is not clear. He was the first to use Steward as a surname, and was designated "of Dundonald". He was the son of Alan FitzWalter and Eve.
     Walter Stewart 3rd High Steward married Lady Beatrix Angus. It is said they had eight children, 5 boys and 3 daughters. Walter married Bethóc, daughter of Gille Críst, Earl of Angus and his wife Marjorie, said to be a daughter of Henry of Scotland, 3rd Earl of Huntingdon.
     He was appointed Justiciar of Scotland by King Alexander II, in 1230.
     In 1239 he negotiated the marriage of Alexander II to Marie de Courcy. Walter was the third High Steward of Scotland, He was also justiciar of Northern Scotland. He raised Paisley Priory to an Abbey.
     Walter died in 1241 in Scotland. He was buried in 1241 in Paisley Abbey, Renfrewshire.

Children of Walter Stewart 3rd High Steward and Lady Beatrix Angus

Child of Walter Stewart 3rd High Steward

Walter Stewart Earl of Menteith

(1219 - before 28 April 1296)
     Walter Stewart Earl of Menteith was born in 1219. He was the third son. He was the son of Walter Stewart 3rd High Steward.
     Walter Stewart Earl of Menteith married Mary of Menteith Countess of Menteith before September 1255.
     Earl of Menteith de jure uxoris, 'Walter le Senescallus', one of the Regents of Scotland and guardians of Alexander III, appointed 20 September 1255.
     Waltero senescallo', witness (together with Alexander Comyn, earl of Buchan and justiciar of Scotia, Patrick, earl of Dunbar, Aymer de Maxwell the chamberlain, and Hugh de Abernethy) to a charter of King Alexander III granting a yearly market 'at the feast of St. John the Baptist, lasting for fifteen following days' to the Burgh of Ayr, dated at Traquair, 12 Dec 1261.
     He was recognized as Earl of Menteith after the 12 Dec 1261 charter, but before 19 Jan 1261/2:
' Walterus Senescallus, comes de Menthet ' renewed and confirmed a grant of the church of Kilcolmanel in Kintyre to the abbey of Paisley on that date [Red Book of Menteith II:216, citing Registrum Monasterii de Passelet, p. 121[12] ].
     'Hugh de Abyrnethine', received grant of £ 20 lands in Aberfoyle, Menteith from Isabella, (deprived) countess of Menteith, before Jan 1261/2.
     He fought at the Battle of Largs, 1263 and was witness to the marriage contract of Margaret of Scotland and King Eric of Norway, dated Roxburgh, 25 July 1281. Walter Stewart Earl of Menteith was widowed before 1286 on the death of his wife Mary of Menteith Countess of Menteith.
     'Walterus Senescallus comes de Menethe ', together with his sons Alexander and John, entered into a bond with Robert de Brus, Walter, earl of Menteith and others at Turnberry, 20 Sept 1286 'to adhere to the party of Richard de Burgh, earl of Ulster and Sir Thomas de Clare'.
     'Gauter de Menetehe ', one of the Earls of Scotland attending the Parliament at Brigham, which confirmed the Treaty of Salisbury with England, 14 Mar 1289/90 (Stevenson I:129-130, No. XCII[14]).
     'Meneteth (Meinteth), comes de, Walterus, (Wautier comte de Meinteth) ' - swore allegiance to King Edward I at Berwick, 1291.
     He was a supporter of Bruce the Competitor for the Scots crown, 1291 (Barrow p. 388)[7]: 'Walter, earl of Menteith', one of the auditors for the claim of Bruce at Berwick, 2 June 1292.
     'Terra Comitis de Menteth de Knapedal ', his lands in Knapdale included in the Sheriffdom of Lorne under the ordinance of 1293.
     Walter died before 28 April 1296. He possibly died in 1295; his seal 'S'Walteri Senescalli comit'de Menetet' used apparently by his son at Berwick, 28 August 1296. He was buried in Inchmahome Priory, Lake of Menteith, Perthshire.

Child of Walter Stewart Earl of Menteith and Mary of Menteith Countess of Menteith

Walter Stewart Lord Brechin, Earl of Athol

( - 31 March 1437)
     Walter Stewart Lord Brechin, Earl of Athol was born. He was the sixth and youngest son of Robert II, being his second son by his second wife Eupheme. He was the son of Robert, II Stewart, King of Scotland and Euphemia Ross Countess of Moray.
     Walter Stewart Lord Brechin, Earl of Athol married Margaret Barclay before 19 October 1378.
     Created about 1402 and before July 1402 Earl of Caithness on the resignation of his niece Eupheme, Countess Palatine of Strathern and Countess of Caithness, who was daughter & heir of his elder brother David, the possessor of those dignities. He was afterwards, shortly before 8 June 1404 created earl of Atholl. He and his grandson were among the chief contrivers of the murder of James I 20 Feb 1436/7. They were both put to death, the earl being executed
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     Walter died on 31 March 1437 in Edinburgh, Scotland. He was beheaded for regicide (or 26th?).

Walter Stewart of the Lennox

( - 24 May 1425)
     Walter Stewart of the Lennox was the son of Murdoch Stewart 2nd Duke of Albany and Isabella Lennox Duchess of Albany.
     Walter died by execution on 24 May 1425 in Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland.

William Stewart

( - between 12 February 1428 and 1429)
     William Stewart was buried in Orleans, France. He was the son of Alexander Stewart.
     William died between 12 February 1428 and 1429 in Orleans.

William Stewart

     William Stewart was the son of Sir John Stewart.

Elizabeth Stiff

(circa 1805 - 15 July 1878)
     Elizabeth Stiff was born circa 1805 in Rougham, Suffolk.
     Elizabeth Stiff married John Bullett, son of Richard Bullett and Elizabeth Green, on 19 October 1827 in Rougham, Suffolk.
     Elizabeth Stiff and John Bullett appeared on the 1841 census in Nether Street, Rougham, Suffolk. John Bullett, 38, ag lab, Elizabeth 35, Ann 12, Elizabeth 10, Harriett 8, Lydia 5, Robert 3, John 10 months / John Crofts 70, Harriett Crofts 25 Ind / Ann Gates F.Servant.
     Elizabeth Stiff and John Bullett were recorded on the 1851 census in Rougham, Suffolk. John Bullett, head, 48, mar., farm lab; Elizabeth, wife, 46, Robert, son 13, Mary daughter 7 scholar, Richard son 5, Samuel, son 1, all born at Rougham.
     Elizabeth Stiff and John Bullett appeared on the 1861 census in Nether Street ..., Rougham. John Bullett aged 50, ag. lab., with his wife Elizabeth aged 55 and son Richard aged 15 all born at Rougham.
     Elizabeth died on 15 July 1878 in Rougham, Suffolk. She was buried on 20 July 1878 in St Mary, Rougham.

Children of Elizabeth Stiff and John Bullett

Mary Ann Stiff

(say 1885 - )
     Mary Ann Stiff was born say 1885.
     Mary Ann Stiff married William Bullett, son of David Bullett and Hannah Whiting, circa April 1912 in Hessett.

Annie Eliza Stile or Phile

(circa 1859 - 2 September 1947)
     Annie Eliza Stile or Phile was born circa 1859.
     Annie Eliza Stile or Phile married Robert Prowett Burton Bradley, son of Henry Burton Bradley and Charlotte Sarah Spedding, in 1880 in Sydney, New South Wales. She married secondly Albert Trevethan St George a man of independent means, at St Alban’s Church, Five Dock in Sydney on 7 April 1890.
     Annie died Annie Eliza St George, aged 88, widow, late of 58 Trafalgar St, Annandale; born Balmoral, NSW. Father Phile, sea-captain, mother Rachel Drysdale. Married Robert Bradley, North Sydney aged 20 and secondly at Burwood, NSW aged 30. She had Robert (crossed out Powett, 60 and 1 male deceased from the first marrage and 2 sons from the second marriage. on 2 September 1947 in Sacred Hearet Hospice, Darlinghurst, NSW.

Children of Annie Eliza Stile or Phile and Robert Prowett Burton Bradley

Mary Stimson

(before 1675 - )
     Mary Stimson was born before 1675 in Suffolk, England.
     Mary Stimson married Henry Cocksedge, son of John Cocksedge and Mary Unknown, on 30 September 1691 in Tostock, Suffolk.

Children of Mary Stimson and Henry Cocksedge

Elizabeth Stinnet

(before 1685 - )
     Elizabeth Stinnet was born before 1685 in Suffolk.
     Elizabeth Stinnet married Rev Francis Cocksedge BA, son of Rev Francis Cocksedge MA and Jane Unknown, on 13 April 1703 in Woolpit, Suffolk.

Children of Elizabeth Stinnet and Rev Francis Cocksedge BA

Elizabeth Stoakes

(7 August 1771 - between 1807 and 1812)
     Elizabeth Stoakes was christened on 7 August 1771 in Mitcham, Surrey. Eldest daughter of Jeffrey Stoakes of Mitcham, Gardener and Mary (Moore) his wife who married 7 Nov 1770 by licence at Mitcham. His will dated Nov 1786 mentions copyhold land in the manor of Ravensbury.
     Elizabeth Stoakes and John Sinclair Dempster obtained a marriage licence on 21 February 1791 in London.
     Elizabeth Stoakes married John Sinclair Dempster, son of John Dempster, on 24 February 1791 in Mitcham, Surrey.
Elizabeth Stoakes was mentioned in the register of duties paid for apprentices' indentures on 13 January 1803 in Mitcham, Surrey. Elizabeth Dempspter, schoolmistress, Mitcham, Surrey for apprentice Ann Marsh.
Eleanore Dempster wrote:
Elizabeth Stoakes Dempster, wife of John Sinclair D, might be person who paid the duties; or it might have been Elizabeth, wife of James Dempster I. Somewhere in my jumble of paper I have a note re the Stoakes family being involved with boarding schools, and a ladies boarding school in Mitcham called The Chestnuts. I think this information came from the Mitcham rate books.

     He advertised in the Times on 4 July 1807: Preparatory seminary, Harleford-place, Kensington common - Mr Dempster respectfully informs his friends and the public that he has made arrangements for the reception of a limited number of young gentlemen from the age of four to nine, to be placed under the personal care of Mrs Dempster, by whom they will be treated with that maternal tenderness, which all who have been under her charge have uniformly experienced. The situation, which is on the Clapham-road, is airy and pleasant, and allowed by the Faculty to be one of the most salubrious in the vicinity of London: and the distance, being only two miles from the Bridges, will render it convenient for parents to witness frequently the attention paid to their children. The domestic accommodations are peculiarly adapted to the purpose ; and Mr and Mrs Dempster indulge the hope that their united endeavour to promote the comfort and improvement of their pupils, will be found too merit general approbation and encouragement, The terms are moderate, and may be known by application as above ; or Mr D on being addressed by letter, will wait upon those parents and guardians who may be disposed to patronize the undertaking. Stages every hour from Charing-cross, Somerset-house and Gracechurch-street.
     Elizabeth died between 1807 and 1812. He claimed to be a widower at his marriage in 1812.

Children of Elizabeth Stoakes and John Sinclair Dempster

Charlotte Stoakley

(September 1864 - September 1942)
     Charlotte Stoakley's birth was registered in the quarter ending in September 1864 in Shoreditch, Middlesex.
     The marriage of Charlotte Stoakley and Charles Francis Bullett, son of James Bullett and Elizabeth Stevens, was registered in Richmond RD, Surrey, in the June 1896 quarter.
     Charlotte Stoakley and Charles Francis Bullett appeared on the 1901 census in Brighton Rd, Surbiton, Surrey. Charles Francis Bullett, 28, stoker; Charlotte his wife aged 32, and children Charles Theodore aged 4 & Lottie Ales Muriel,2, all born at Surbiton.
     Charlotte's death was registered in the quarter ending in September 1942 in Surrey.

Children of Charlotte Stoakley and Charles Francis Bullett

Christopher Stockdale

(before 1585? - )
     Christopher Stockdale was born before 1585?.
     Christopher Stockdale married Margaret Popplewell, daughter of Patriarch Popplewell (of Blyth), on 26 May 1607 in Blyth, Nottinghamshire.

John Stocking

(circa 1831 - )
     John Stocking was born circa 1831.
     John Stocking married Eliza Grimwood, daughter of Charles Grimwood and Mary Prentice, on 20 May 1866 in Gt Bricett, Suffolk.