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11/1 William Stewart [Stewart]
Рођење: ~ 1396
Смрт: 1478
Sir William Stewart was ancestor to the Earl of Galloway. He was a favorite knight of King James II and was knighted by King James III about 1443. Sir William was a member of parliament as a feudal baron in 1467. After much opposition from other relatives of Sir John Turnbull, William obtained, in 1429, possession of the lands of Minto in right of his grandfather Sir William Stewart, Knight Banneret. From a charter of the lands of Glasserton in possession of descendants of the Earl of Galloway, it appears that Sir William was alive on 31 October 1479. He was married more than once. His last wife was Euphame Graham, supposedly of the Menteith family. She survived him as late as 1493 when she shows up in the records of parliament as purser in a civil cause against Sir Alexander Stewart of Garlies, knight.


21/2 <1> Thomas Stuart of Minto [Stuart]
Рођење: ~ 1421
Смрт: 1500
The ancestor of this noble family was Sir Thomas Stuart of Minto, who lived in the beginning of the reign of James the Third. He was the third son of Sir William Stuart of Dalswinton and Garlies, progenitor of the earls of Galloway [see GALLOWAY, earl of]. He received from his father the lands of Minto, Sinlaws, and Merbottle in Roxburghshire, of which he had two charters under the great seal, 2d November 1476, and by his marriage with Isabel, eldest daughter and co-heir of Walter Stewart of Arthurly, of the Castlemilk family, he acquired extensive estates in the counties of Lanark and Renfrew. He died in 1500, leaving three sons and three daughters.


31/3 <2+?> John Stewart of Minto [Stewart]
Рођење: 1483, Minto (Scottish Borders), Roxburghshire, Scotland
Смрт: 9 септембар 1513, Branxton (Northumberland), Battle of Flodden [[Category:Battle of Flodden|{{clanname:{{PAGENAME}}}}]]
Sir John, the eldest son, styled of Minto, married Janet Fleming, of Lord Fleming’s family, by whom he had a son, named Robert. Sir John had a charter to himself and Janet his wife, of the barony of Minto and lands of Busby, which had belonged to his father, 23d February, 1502-3. He was killed at the battle of Flodden, 9th September, 1513.

In that disastrous year when King James the Fourth was mustering his Forces for the march to Flodden, Sir John Stewart, Magistrate of Glasgow and he was one among the many Scotsmen of rank who assembled at the call of their Sovereign to sacrifice their lives in his defence upon that bloody Field. This was a period of dread anxiety to the Inhabitants whose minds were kept in a state of painful agitation between the moment when crowding rumours of evil began to be circulated and that in which their worst fears were confirmed. As occurred in Edinburgh at the time Glasgow was then deserted we may believe by almost all of the Laity who were capable of bearing Arms and among such of the Civic Authorities as remained it was no doubt a matter of great difficulty to restore the quiet of the City where all was in a state of confusion and when amongst other symptoms of calamity the women might as elsewhere be seen lamenting in the Streets for the loss of the husbands and fathers who were rumoured to have fallen with their Provost in the Fight. His body appears to have been recovered and brought to Glasgow his name being on the list as one of the race of Minto who have their place of Burial within the Nave of our Cathedral


41/4 <3+?> Robert Stewart of Minto [Stewart]
Смрт: новембар 1553


51/5 <4+?> John of Minto Stewart [Stewart]
Смрт: ~ 1583
Walter Stewart, 1st Lord Blantyre (died 1617) was a Scottish politician and judge. The son of Sir John Stewart of Minto and Margaret Stewart of Cardonald.

The next in lineal descent was Sir Robert Stewart Provost of Glasgow in 1528, and he was in turn succeeded by his son, Sir John who likewise filled the same by this time almost hereditary office. On his demise in 1583 the Estates and Honours of the Family descended to Sir Matthew.

provost of Glasgow.


61/6 <5+?> Walter John's son 1st Lord Blantyre Stewart [Stewart]
Смрт: 1617
Walter Stewart, 1st Lord Blantyre (died 1617) was a Scottish politician and judge.

The son of Sir John Stewart of Minto and Margaret Stewart of Cardonald.

Educated with James VI under George Buchanan, he was Knight of Cardonald, Prior of Blantyre, Keeper of the Privy Seal of Scotland from 1582 to 1596, an Extraordinary Lord of Session from 1593, an Octavian from 1596, Lord High Treasurer of Scotland from 1596 to 1599.

He was imprisoned and compelled to resign by James VI in 1599. He was a commissioner for union with England in 1604. He was created Lord Blantyre, in the Peerage of Scotland in 1606, and succeeded by William Stewart.


71/7 <6> William 2nd Lord Blantyre Stewart [Stewart]
82/7 <6> Walter Stewart [Stewart]


91/8 <7> Margaret Stewart (Swinton) [Stewart]
Број брака: 1-я жена Джона
Свадба: <1> John Swinton [Swinton] d. 1679
Смрт: 1662, Edinburgh (Scotland)
102/8 <8> w Frances Stewart [Stewart] 113/8 <8> Sophia Stewart [Stewart]
Свадба: <3> w Henry Bulkeley [Bulkeley] b. 1639 d. 1698
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