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STEWART, Walter 3rd High Steward and Justiciar of Scotland
(About 1175-1241)
Beatrix
(About 1180-)
James Lord of Bute
(About 1185-)
STEWART, Alexander of Dundonald, 4th High Steward of Scotland, Regent
(1214-1283)
Jean
(About 1225-)
STEWART, Daughter
(About 1265-)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. DE LINDSAY, Alexander, Sir

STEWART, Daughter 1

  • Born: About 1265
  • Marriage (1): DE LINDSAY, Alexander, Sir 1

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Daughter married Sir Alexander DE LINDSAY, son of David DE LINDSAY Crusader, Regent of Scotland, High Chamberlain and Margaret.1 (Sir Alexander DE LINDSAY was born about 1267 and died after 1308 1.)


  Marriage Notes:

"There is reason to believe that his wife was a sister of James, Steward of Scotland." (page 9)

"
Sir James de Lindsay, Lord of Crawford and Kirkmichael. (grandson of Sir Alexander Lindsay) He had been a hostage for King David n. in 1351, and appears first in Parliament 1357. He was appointed an ambassador to England as Dominus de Crawford 1357, but died before 11 November 1358. He married Egidia, daughter of Walter, Steward of Scotland, and half-sister of King Robert II. A papal dispensation for this marriage was granted at Avignon 3 Ides of April 1346, which describes the spouses as within the third and fourth degree on the father's side, and in the fourth degree on the mother's. A strong inference thus arises that Sir James's grandmother, wife of Sir Alexander, was daughter to the Steward." (page 11)

from Scots Peerage (vol 3) 1

Sources


1 e-books, The Scots Peerage ed. Sir James Balfour Paul vol. 3 (1906).


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