John Stewart

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

John Stewart

     John Stewart was the son of Sir Alan Stewart.

John Stewart

( - 1249)
     John Stewart was the son of Walter Stewart 3rd High Steward and Lady Beatrix Angus.
     John died in 1249.

General John Stewart

( - 1644)
     General John Stewart was the son of Esme Stuart 3rd Duke of Lennox and Catherine Clifton Dowager Duchess of Lennox.
     He served as a "General of Horse".
     John died in 1644 in Alresford, Essex?, England.

Sir John Stewart

(say 1390 - after 1412)
     Acquired from his brother the Lordship of Lorn, and is designated of Innermeath, Lord of Lorn in 1407 and 1412. [Extinct peerage p.508]

. Sir John Stewart was born say 1390. He was the son of Sir Robert Stewart.
     John died after 1412.

Sir John Stewart (of Bonkyll)

( - July 1298)
     Sir John Stewart (of Bonkyll) married Margaret de Bonkyll, daughter of Sir Alexander de Bonkyll. Although Sir John Stewart who married Margaret de Bonkil is customarily called "of Bonkil," it appears that he never owned that property, since his father-in-law, Alexander de Bonkil, survived him. Sir John Stewart (of Bonkyll) was born. The following (also seen in Archaeologia Aeliana, p. 24) is from the biography of Sir John de Lilleburne:
'He is aged 33, nephew and heir of Christiana de Lilleburn, and has livery of her Manor of Lilleburn, Northumb., as 1 Kt. Fee, 26 Oct. 1324 (F.R.) ' [1]
The manor of Fenwick was Christiana's dower from her marriage to Sir Thomas de Fenwick (d. 1275); the subsequent history of Shawdon, Northumb. has not been resolved. However, it is clear from this that Christiana had no surviving issue, with Sir John de Lilleburne being her heir. The inheritance of Bonkil, Berwicks. and Uldale, Cumberland by the descendants of Sir Alexander de Bonkil (her 2nd husband) make it clear that he must have had an earlier spouse, who was the mother of Margaret de Bonkil. He was the son of Alexander Stewart 4th High Steward and Jeano or Joan Macrory.
     John died in July 1298 in Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland.

Children of Sir John Stewart (of Bonkyll) and Margaret de Bonkyll

John Stewart (of Bonkyll), Earl of Angus

     John Stewart (of Bonkyll), Earl of Angus was the son of Alexander Stewart.
     John Stewart (of Bonkyll), Earl of Angus married Margaret Abernethy (1328), daughter of Sir Alexander Abernethy and Margaret Menteith.

Sir John Stewart (of Darnley)

( - 12 February 1428/29)
     Sir John Stewart (of Darnley) was born in Darnley, Renfrewshire, Scotland. He was the son of Alexander Stewart and Unknown Turnbull. Sir John Stewart (of Darnley) was knighted before May 1387.
     Sir John Stewart (of Darnley) married Elizabeth of Lennox, daughter of Duncan Lennox 8th Earl and Ellen Campbell Countess of Lennox, circa 23 September 1406.
     He entered the service of France in Oct 1419 and was soon afterward appointed Constable of the Army of Scotland. Having distinguished himself at the Battle of Bauge in Anjou 22 Mar 1420/21 he received from the Dauphin Charles, 23 Apr 1421, the seigneurie of Concressault in Berry, and from the same (after he had become King) 26 Mar 1422/3 the seigneurie of Aubigny, also in Berry, and in Jan 1426/7 the Comte of Evreux in Normandy.
     John died on 12 February 1428/29 in Rouvray-St-Denis, France. He was slain at the battle "of Herrings" and was buried in the cathedral of Orleans. He was buried in November 1429 in the chapel of Notre Dame Blanche in the cathedral, Orleans, France.

Children of Sir John Stewart (of Darnley) and Elizabeth of Lennox

John Stewart 2nd Earl of Athol

( - 1521)
     John Stewart 2nd Earl of Athol was the son of John Stewart Earl of Athol and Eleanor Sinclair Countess of Atholl.
     John Stewart 2nd Earl of Athol married Janet or Mary Campbell, daughter of Elizabeth Stewart (Campbell).
     John died in 1521.

Child of John Stewart 2nd Earl of Athol and Janet or Mary Campbell

John Stewart 3rd Earl of Athol

(6 October 1507 - 1542)
     John Stewart 3rd Earl of Athol was born on 6 October 1507. He was the son of John Stewart 2nd Earl of Athol and Janet or Mary Campbell.
     John died in 1542.

Child of John Stewart 3rd Earl of Athol

John Stewart 3rd Earl of Lennox

( - 1526)
     John Stewart 3rd Earl of Lennox was born in Scotland. John Stewart 3rd Earl of Lennox was also known as John Stewart Lennox in records. He was the son of Matthew Stewart 2nd Earl of Lennox and Elizabeth Hamilton Countess of Lennox.
     John Stewart 3rd Earl of Lennox married Lady Anne Stewart (Countess of Lennox), daughter of John Stewart Earl of Athol and Eleanor Sinclair Countess of Atholl, circa 1511.
     John died in 1526 in West Lothian (Linlithgowshire), Scotland. Lennox, nephew of Arran, was cruelly slain in cold blood by Sir James Hamilton (died 1540), after he had been taken prisoner..

Children of John Stewart 3rd Earl of Lennox and Lady Anne Stewart (Countess of Lennox)

John Stewart 4th Earl of Athol

( - 1579)
     John Stewart 4th Earl of Athol was born in Scotland. John was High chancellor of Scotland. He was the son of John Stewart 3rd Earl of Athol.
     High Chancellor of Scotland. Had issue, see Scots Peerage..
     John Stewart 4th Earl of Athol married Elizabeth Gordon Countess Athol, daughter of George Gordon 4th Earl Huntly and Elizabeth Keith, circa 1547.
     John died in 1579 in Scotland. He was buried in 1579 in St Giles, Edinburgh, Scotland.

John Stewart Earl of Athol

(circa 1440 - 15 September 1512)
     Created Earl of Athol in, or shortly before 1457, but had a new charter of this Earldom 18 Mar 1481/2. Who, in right of his wife, was of Balveny, co. Fife). He took an active part in suppressing the rebellion of John, Earl of Ross, the last "Lord of the Isles". Ambassador to England 1484 and commanded in the army of King James III against the rebel lords. By his second wife he had 11 children. [Cokayne].
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     John Stewart Earl of Athol lived at Balvenie, Dufftown, Banffshire, Scotland. John Stewart Earl of Athol was also known as John Stewart Athol in records. He was born circa 1440. He was the son of James Stewart Black Kt of Lorn and Queen Joan or Jane Beaufort. John was created Earl of Atholl in or shortly before 1457. He had a new charter of this Earldom 18 March 1481/2 to him and the heirs male of his body, with remainder to the Crown from 1457? to 1482.
     John Stewart Earl of Athol married Lady Margaret Douglas, daughter of Archibald Douglas 5th Earl and Euphemia Graham, between 1459 and 1460. She was the Dowager Countess of Douglas, widow of William, 8th Earl, who died February 1451/2 and the divorced wife of his brother James, 9th Earl), only daughter of Archibald, 5th earl of Douglas by Eupheme Grahame, daughter of Eupheme, suo jure Countess of Strathern. She, who was called 'the fair maid of Galloway' was heir to her brother Willliam, 6th Earl of Douglas who died without issue 24 November 1440. On this marriage the King bestowed upon them the Lorship of Balveny (one of the forfeited possessions of the family of Douglas) and other large estates.
     John Stewart Earl of Athol married Eleanor Sinclair Countess of Atholl, daughter of William Sinclair Earl of Orkney & Caithness and Marjory Sutherland, circa 1475.
     John died on 15 September 1512 in the Laighwood, Scotland. He was buried in the Cathedral, Dunkeld, Perthshire.

Children of John Stewart Earl of Athol and Lady Margaret Douglas

John Stewart Earl of Buchan & Ross

(1380 - 17 August 1424)
     John was Constable of France, in France.
     John Stewart Earl of Buchan & Ross married Elizabeth Douglas. John Stewart Earl of Buchan & Ross was born in 1380. He was the son of Robert Stewart Duke of Albany and Muriel Keith.
     John died on 17 August 1424 in Verneuil, France.

Child of John Stewart Earl of Buchan & Ross and Elizabeth Douglas

John Stewart Earl of Lennox

( - 1494)
     Elizabeth of Lennox, the youngest sister of the Duchess Isabel and wife of Sir John Stewart of Dernely, killed at the siege of Orleans, 12 Feb 1429 had a son Sir Alan Stewart who in 1439 was treacherously slain by Sir Thomas Boyd of Kilmarnock. His eldest son was the celebrated Sir John Stewart, created Lord Derneley in 1460 or 1461, who was served heir of his great-grandfather, Earl Duncan, 23 July 1473, in the half of the earldom of Lennox, and in its principal
messuage, and who became for a time the titular Earl of Lennox. [The Scottish nation p.648]

He was also Lord Derneley.

. John Stewart Earl of Lennox was also known as John Lord Darnley in records. He was the son of Sir Alan Stewart and Catherine Seton (Stewart) (Maxwell).
     A contract for the marriage of John Stewart Earl of Lennox and Margaret Montgomerie Countess of Lennox was signed on 15 May 1438 in Houston, Renfrewshire, Scotland.
     John Stewart Earl of Lennox married Margaret Montgomerie Countess of Lennox, daughter of Alexander Montgomerie Lord of Ardrossan and Margaret Boyd, in 1438.
     John died in 1494 in Scotland.

John Stewart Earl of Mar

(circa 1458 - 1479)
     John Stewart Earl of Mar was born circa 1458. He was the son of James, II, King of Scotland and Mary of Gueldres Queen of Scotland.
     John died in 1479 in Craigmillar Castle, Midlothian, Scotland. He was bled to death in Craigmillar Castle by order of his brother Jas III.

Katherine or Jean or Elizabeth Stewart

     Katherine or Jean or Elizabeth Stewart was the daughter of Robert, II Stewart, King of Scotland and Euphemia Ross Countess of Moray. Katherine or Jean or Elizabeth Stewart was also known as Elizabeth in records.
     Katherine or Jean or Elizabeth Stewart married Sir David Lindsay Earl of Crawford between 1380 and 1384. John Ravilious calls her Elizabeth.They had 7 known children incuding Alexander Lindsay, Earl of Crawford.

Child of Katherine or Jean or Elizabeth Stewart and Sir David Lindsay Earl of Crawford

Ludovick Stewart 2nd Duke of Lennox

(29 September 1574 - 16 February 1623/24)
     He was created the Duke of Richmond.. Ludovick Stewart 2nd Duke of Lennox was born on 29 September 1574. He was the son of Esme Stewart Duke of Lennox and Catherine de Balsac.
     Ludovick died on 16 February 1623/24 aged 49.

Margaret Stewart

(circa 1817 - 20 September 1850)
     Margaret Stewart was born circa 1817 in Banffshire, Scotland.
     Margaret Stewart married John MacPherson, son of Cosmo MacPherson and Margaret MacIntosh or Riach, before 1845 in Banffshire.
     Margaret died on 20 September 1850 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland. Her headstone stated aged 33, second wife of John McPherson of Ellick. She was buried in Kirkmichael, BAN, SCT.

Children of Margaret Stewart and John MacPherson

Margaret Stewart

     Margaret Stewart married John MacPherson, son of unlinked 19C MacPherson.

Child of Margaret Stewart and John MacPherson

Margaret Stewart

(circa 1497 - 1501)
     Margaret Stewart married Sir John Drummond as her third husband.
     Margaret Stewart married Unknown Athol Duke of Atholl. He was her second husband.. Margaret Stewart was born illegitimate circa 1497. Margaret Stewart (born around 1497), married firstly John Gordon, Lord Gordon and secondly Sir John Drummond.. She was the daughter of James, IV, King of Scotland and Margaret Drummond.
     Margaret died in 1501.
     Margaret Stewart married Lord John Gordon, son of Alexander Gordon 3rd Earl Huntly and Janet or Jean or Joann Stewart, circa 1510.

Margaret Stewart

     Margaret Stewart was born in Scotland. She was twice married; first, to Adam de Kilconcath (or Kilconquhar), who, in her right, in accordance with the practice of those days, was third earl of Carrick. Scots Peerage is in error. She was the daughter of Walter Stewart 3rd High Steward and Lady Beatrix Angus.

Margaret Stewart

     Margaret Stewart was born in Scotland. She was the illegitimate daughter of Sir Alexander Stewart "The Wolf of Badenoch". She was the daughter of Alexander Stewart Earl of Buchan.
     Margaret Stewart married Robert Sutherland 6th Earl of Sutherland, son of William de Moray / Sutherland 5th Earl of Sutherland and Joanna Menteith, in 1389.

Child of Margaret Stewart and Robert Sutherland 6th Earl of Sutherland

Margaret Stewart

     Margaret Stewart was the daughter of Robert, II Stewart, King of Scotland and Elizabeth Mure.
     Margaret Stewart married John Lord of the Isles, son of Angus Og of Islay, after 14 June 1350 in Scotland. On that date, they received a Papal dispensation to marry. She was his second wife.

Child of Margaret Stewart and John Lord of the Isles

Margaret Stewart

     Margaret Stewart was the daughter of Robert, II Stewart, King of Scotland and Euphemia Ross Countess of Moray.
     Margaret Stewart married Sir John Swinton (of that Ilk) circa 1392.

Margaret Stewart

( - January 1667)
     Margaret Stewart was the daughter of James Stewart Earl of Moray.
     Margaret Stewart married Alexander Sutherland 1st Lord Duffus, son of William Sutherland of Duffus and Jean Grant, after 1653. She was the dauaghter of James Stewart, Earl of Moray.
     Margaret died in January 1667.

Lady Margaret Stewart

( - before 1460)
     Lady Margaret Stewart was born in Scotland?. Lady Margaret Stewart was also known as Margaret Stewart in records. She was the daughter of John Stewart Earl of Buchan & Ross and Elizabeth Douglas.
     Lady Margaret Stewart married George Seton Lord Seton, son of Sir William Seton and Janet Dunbar (Seton) (Johnston).
     Margaret died before 1460.

Child of Lady Margaret Stewart and George Seton Lord Seton

Margaret Stewart (Murray)

     Margaret Stewart (Murray) was the daughter of John Stewart Earl of Athol and Eleanor Sinclair Countess of Atholl.

Margaret Stewart (Stewart)

     Margaret Stewart (Stewart) was the daughter of Robert Stewart Duke of Albany and Margaret Graham Countess of Menteith.
     Margaret Stewart (Stewart) married Robert Stewart Lord of Lorn, son of Sir John Stewart.
     Margaret Stewart (Stewart) lived at Innermeath, Argyllshire, Scotland.
     Margaret died in Scotland.

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

Margaret Stewart Dauphine of France

     Margaret Stewart Dauphine of France was born in Scotland. She was the daughter of James, I Stewart, King of Scotland and Queen Joan or Jane Beaufort.