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STEWART - 9 Individuals Found

Name / Spouse Born/Died Father / Mother Notes
? Stewart
Spouse1: Mable Gott
b.
d.
Father:  
Mother:
4TH HIGH STEWARD OF SCOTLAND
Alexander Stewart
b.1214 Dundonald Castle, Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland
d.1283 Dundonald Castle, Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland
Father: 3rd High Steward of Scotland Walter Stewart  
Mother: Countess of Angus Bethóc nic Gille Crist BEATRIX
Alexander Stewart (1214 – 1283) was 4th hereditary High Steward of Scotland from his fathers death in 1246. He was also kn Alexander Stewart, 4th High Steward of Scotland Language Watch Edit Alexander Stewart (died 1283), also known as Alexander of Dundonald, was 4th hereditary High Steward of Scotland from his fathers death in 1246. Alexander Stewart 4th High Steward of Scotland Basic Stewart arms.svg Coat of arms of the High Stewart of Scotland: Or, a fess chequy argent and azure Tenure 1246–1283 Predecessor Walter Stewart, 3rd High Steward of Scotland Successor James Stewart, 5th High Steward of Scotland Died 1283 Nationality Scottish Parents Walter Stewart, 3rd High Steward of Scotland Bethóc (Beatrix) Mac Gille Críst Origins Edit He was a son of Walter Stewart, 3rd High Steward of Scotland by his wife Bethóc, daughter of Gille Críst, Earl of Angus. Career Edit He is said to have accompanied King Louis IX of France on the Seventh Crusade (1248–1254).[1] In 1255 he was one of the councillors of King Alexander III of Scotland, though under age.[2] He was the principal commander under King Alexander III at the Battle of Largs, on 2 October 1263, when the Scots defeated the Norwegians under Haakon IV. The Scots invaded and conquered the Isle of Man the following year, which was then, together with the whole of the Western Isles, annexed to the Crown of Scotland.[3][4]
Egida Stewart
Spouse1: Hugh Eglinton of that Ilk
b.1320
d.1406
Father: SIR 6th High Steward of Scotland Walter Stewart  
Mother: Isabel de Graham of Abercorn
KING OF SCOTS
James V Stewart
b.1512
d.1542
Father:  
Mother: Queen consort of Scots Margaret Tudor
Margaret Stewart
Spouse1: James Kirkwood
b.
d.
Father:  
Mother:
Mary Stewart
Spouse1: Edward de Cunynghame of Kilmaurs
b.1247
d.1326 MAY 03 Scotland
Father: 4th High Steward of Scotland Alexander Stewart  
Mother:
QUEEN OF SCOTS
Mary I Stewart
b.1542
d.1587
Father: King of Scots James Stewart V  
Mother:
3RD HIGH STEWARD OF SCOTLAND
Walter Stewart
Spouse1: Bethóc nic Gille Crist
b.1147 Paisley Abbey, Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland
d.1246 Dundonald Castle, Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland
Father: 2nd High Steward of Scotland Alain son of Walter  
Mother: Alesta nic Morggán of Mar
SIR 6TH HIGH STEWARD OF SCOTLAND
Walter Stewart
Spouse1: Isabel de Graham of Abercorn
b.1293 Dundonald Castle, Kyle, Ayrshire, Scotland
d.1326
Father: 5th High Steward of Scotland James Stewart of Dundonald  
Mother: Gille de Burgh of ulster
SIR WALTER STEWART (aka Walterum Senescallum Scotie) Sixth Hereditary Steward of Scotland Bannockburn Sir Walter the Steward and his cousin James Douglas were knighted on the eve of the Battle of Bannockburn. The Steward had nominal command of a brigade, although, since he was a mere youth, James Douglas was the actual commander. [G. W. S. Barrow, Robert Bruce & The Community of the Realm of Scotland (Edinburgh University Press, 1988. Reprinted 1994), p. 210] The Lordship of Kilbride Following the death and forfeiture of Sir Edmund Comyn of Kilbride who was killed fighting the Scots at Bannockburn, Robert I, King of Scots, gave the Lordship of Kilbride in Lanarkshire to his son-in-law, Walter Stewart, sixth hereditary steward of Scotland. RMS, 1306-1424, Appendix II, charter number 220 Marriage Sir Walter the Steward of Scotland married Marjorie Bruce, daughter of Robert I, King of Scots. Following her death, Walter gave the Church of Largs to the monks of Paisley and had prayers said for the salvation of her soul , his own soul and the souls of his ancestors: "pro salute anime mee et Marjorie quondam sponse mee, necnon et pro salute antecessorum meorum ac etiam omnium fidelium defunctorum". Paisley Registrum: 237 According to the Reverend Doctor J. Camerson Lees Walters gift was inspired by love. The Abbey of Paisley: 99 Place of Burial: Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland, UK

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