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BUTTER, David
(About 1470-)
GORDON, Adam Lord of Aboyne, Earl of Sutherland, jure uxoris
(About 1473-1537)
SUTHERLAND, Elizabeth 10th Countess of Sutherland
(About 1473-1535)
BUTTER, John 5th of Gormack
(About 1505-Between 1581/1577)
GORDON, Beatrix
(About 1511-)
BUTTER, Elizabeth
(About 1527-1590)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. STEWART, Patrick 4th of Sticks and 1st of Ballechin

2. OGILVY, Patrick of Inchmartine

BUTTER, Elizabeth 1 3

  • Born: About 1527
  • Marriage (1): STEWART, Patrick 4th of Sticks and 1st of Ballechin in 1554 1 2
  • Marriage (2): OGILVY, Patrick of Inchmartine after June 1582 1
  • Died: May 1590, Inchmartine, Carse of Gowrie, Perthshire, Scotland 1

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Elizabeth married Patrick STEWART 4th of Sticks and 1st of Ballechin, son of John STEWART of Sticks and Muriel SUTHERLAND, in 1554.1 2 (Patrick STEWART 4th of Sticks and 1st of Ballechin was born about 1502.)


  Marriage Notes:

" .... Elizabeth Butter, relict of Patrick Stewart of Stuikis, Laird of Ballechin. She 'decisit in the Place of Inchmertene in the Kerss of Gourie' in May 1590, her executor being her son James Stewart, then of Stuikis, Laird of Ballechin."

from Scots Peerage (vol 4)




"Patrick Stewart, 1st of Ballechin, had a Charter from John Stewart, Earl of Atholl, for the lands of Middle Sticks as heir to his deceased father John Stewart of Sticks on 15 January, 1554, to be held by himself and Elizabeth Buttar, his future spouse daughter of John Buttar of Gormock, and is styled as brother and heir to the deceased John Stewart of Sticks in Signet Letters to charge himself and Alexander Stewart, natural son to the said John Stewart, as tenants of the lands of Wester Sticks on 27 November, 1564. He m. in 1554 to the said Elizabeth, daughter of John Buttar, of Gormack, (she m. secondly to Patrick Ogilvy of Inchmartin, who was then widow of Marjorie, daughter of Patrick Lord Gray, and d. in May of 1590)"

from Stewart of Ballechin




"Elizabeth Butter, m. firstly, to Patrick Stewart of Ballechin, with whom she had a grant from John Stewart, Earl of Atholl, for the lands of Middle-Stix on 15 January 1554, in which she is styled daughter of John Butter of Gormack."

from The Red Book of Scotland 1 2 3

Elizabeth next married Patrick OGILVY of Inchmartine, son of William OGILVY of Inchmartine and Janet GRAY, after June 1582.1 (Patrick OGILVY of Inchmartine was born about 1534 and died before 24 May 1623 1.)


  Marriage Notes:

"He (Patrick Ogilvy) married, secondly, Elizabeth Butter, relict of Patrick Stewart of Stuikis, Laird of Ballechin."

from Scots Peerage (vol 4)




"Elizabeth Butter .... m. secondly, to Patrick Ogilvy of Inchmartin, (he was widow of Marjory, daughter of Patrick, Lord Gray, and surviving Elizabeth Butter, he m. thirdly m. to Giles Seaton)"

from The Red Book of Scotland 1 3

Sources


1 e-books, The Scots Peerage ed. Sir James Balfour Paul vol. 4 (1907).

2 Internet Site, https://media.geni.com/p13/e7/1e/ae/c7/5344483b66b5dd65/ballechinstewarts_original.pdf?hash=13959d606f8c0afc81d44790c1c3642edd2acd491710c38384221fa7388f0834.1690613999 Stewart of Ballechin.

3 e-books, The Red Book of Scotland vol 2 3rd ed. by Gordon McGregor (2022).

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