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From: raymond l montgomery <>
Subject: Re: Stewarts of Castlemilk
Date: Mon, 26 Jul 1999 07:47:19 -0600
Dr. Suzanne and brent and Et al
so which of these two pedigrees are correct.
is it the first as shown by brent or the second as shown by Suzanne.
if it is the first which is the william of castlemilk that is shown as
the father of Walter Stewart of Arthurlie grand father of Isabel stewart
that married Sir Thomas Stewart of Dalwinton
On Thu, 22 Jul 1999 05:57:41 GMT smd49@*!*its.canterbury.ac.nz (Suzanne
>On Wed, 21 Jul 1999 12:52:25 -0600, Brent Miller <>
>>The following is from a 1792 chart (Brown, John, "An Historical and
>>Genealogical Tree of the Royal Family of Scotland"), a copy of which
>>bought at Traquair House in Scotland:
>>Alexander, 6th High Steward, d. 1283, m. Jean, dau. of Angus, L. of
>>Sir John Stewart of Bonkill, d. 1298, Falkirk, m. Margaret, dau. and
>>heir of Sir Alexander de Bonkill
>>Sir Allan Stewart of Dreghorn, d. 1333, Hallidon Hill, m.
>>Sir Alexander Stewart of Crookston and Darnly, m. Janet, dau. of Sir
>>Sir William Stewart, Sheriff of Tiviatdale, m.
>>Sir William Stewart of Castlemilk, m.
>>Sir David Stuart of Castlemilk, m.
>>Archibald Stuart of Castlemilk, m.
>>William Stuart of Castlemilk, m. Marion Norvel, heiress of Cardonald
>>Alexander Stuart of Castlemilk, m.
>>Archibald Stuart of Castlemilk, m. Margaret Maxwell of Newark
>>Sir David Stuart of Castlemilk, m. Jean, dau. of Craigends
>>Sir Archibald Stuart of Castlemilk, m. Janet, dau. of Sir James
>>Sir Archibald Stuart of Castlemilk, m. Anne, dau. of Robert, L.
>I can't comment on the source, but this differs in some respects from
>the line posted here some time ago (by whom, I can't remember),
>derived from the 'Stewart Clan Magazine' of November 1927. I don't
>think it linked John Stewart back to the Bonkyl line:
>Sir John Stewart of Castlemilk
>Sir William Stewart of Castlemilk
>Matthew Stewart of Cassilton and Castlemilk (3rd son) d.c. 1475
>The less than reliable Burke's Landed Gentry gives from here on:
>Matthew Stewart of Cassilton and Castlemilk d.c. 1475
>William Stewart of Cassilton d.c.1495 = Marion Norvel of Cardonald
>Alexander Stewart of Castlemilk d.c.1523 = Margaret Stewart of Minto *
>Archibald Stewart of Castlemilk d.c.1541 = Margaret Maxwell
>Archibald Stewart of Castlemilk d. 1532/41
>David Stewart of Castlemilk d.c. 1557 = Janet Cuninghame (dau of
>William Cuninghame, 2nd Laird of Craigends and Giles Campbell of
>Archibald Stewart of Castlemilk d.1612 = Janet Stewart of Minto
>The Stewart of Minto line was also related, according to BLG:
> John Stewart =
> Margaret Bonkyl
> | |
> Alan StewartWalter Stewart
> of Darnley of Dalswinton ?
> | | |
> Alexander StewartWalter StewartJohn Stewart
> of Darnleyof Dalswintonof Castlemilk
> | | |
> Alexander Stewart of |William Stewart
> Darnley = NN Turnbull |of Castlemilk
> | | |
> William Stewart ========Marion StewartWalter Stewart
> of Minto |of Arthurlie
> | |
> William Stewart Walter Stewart
>of Dalswinton = of Arthurlie =
>Elizabeth DouglasJanet Cameron
> | |
>Thomas Stewart ================= Isabel Stewart
>of Minto| of Arthurlie
> Margaret Stewart of Minto *
> = Alexander Stewart of
> Castlemilk d.c.1523
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> Suzanne Doig - remove obvious from reply-to address
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