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Hailes, Lord (S, c. 1452 - forfeited 1567)

 

Creation: let.pat. betw. 31 Oct 1452 and 14 Jun 1453

 

Forfeited: 29 Dec 1567

 

Family name: Hepburn

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Arms:

See Earl of Bothwell

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Patrick [Hepburn], 1st Lord Hailes

only son and heir of Sir Adam Hepburn of Hailes, by his wife Janet Borthwick, dau. of Sir William Borthwick

born

c. 1412

mar. (1)

.......

mar. (2)

Ellen Wallace

children by second wife

1. Adam Hepburn, Master of Hailes, Sheriff of Berwick 1467 (b. c. 1435; dvp. c. 1479), mar. after 2 Feb 1448/9 Helen Home (mar. (2) bef. 15 Jul 1480 as his second wife Alexander [Erskine], 3rd Lord Erskine and de jure 14th Earl of Mar; d. after 1513, sister of Alexander [Home], 1st Lord Home, and dau. of Sir Alexander Home of Home and Dunglas, by his wife Janet Hay, dau. of Sir William Hay of Locherworth, and had issue:

1a. Patrick Hepburn, later 2nd Lord Hailes later 1st Earl of Bothwell

2a. Sir Adam Hepburn of Crags, Master of the King's Stables 1498, killed at the Battle of Flodden 1513 (d. 9 Sep 1513), mar. Elizabeth Ogstoun, dau. and hrss. of Walter Ogstoun of that Ilk, and had issue

3a. George Hepburn, Lord High Treasurer of Scotland 1509-10, Bishop of the Isles 1510-13, killed at the Battle of Flodden (d. 9 Sep 1513)

1a. Margaret Hepburn (d. bef. 8 Nov 1543), mar. bef. 4 Dec 1488 Henry [Sinclair], 3rd Lord Sinclair, and had issue

2. Patrick Hepburn of Beinston (d. bef. 19 Nov 1518), mar. Christian Campbell (widow of John Campbell of Auchreoch), dau. of ..... Ogilvie, and had issue

3. Alexander Hepburn of Whitsome, Sheriff of Edinburgh 1483-85, Sheriff and Seneschal of Fife 1488-93, mar. Janet Edmondstone (widow of Sir David Edmonstone of that Ilk), dau. of Sir Alexander Napier of Merchistoun, and had issue

4. John Hepburn, Prior of St Andrews, founder of St Leonard's College in the University of St Andrews (d. after 20 Jul 1525)

5. Very Rev George Hepburn, Dean of Dunkeld (d. after 26 Jun 1509)

6. Rev Patrick Hepburn, Rector of Linton

1. Margaret Hepburn, mar. (1) bef. 28 Mar 1450/1 Patrick [Halyburton], 2nd Lord Dirletoun, (2) Andrew Ker, Yr of Cessford, 1st son and heir ap. of Andrew Ker of Auldtounburn and Cessford, and (3) as his first wife Archibald Forrester of Corstorphine, and had issue by her second and third husbands

2. Euphemia Hepburn, mar. Andrew MacDowall, son and heir of Dungall MacDowall of Makerstoun

3. Elizabeth Hepburn, mar. bef. 1485 William Lundin of that Ilk, and had issue

died

after 6 Dec 1482

created

betw. 31 Oct 1452 and 14 Jun 1453 Lord Hailes

suc. by

grandson

note

 

Patrick [Hepburn], 2nd Lord Hailes later 1st Earl of Bothwell

created

17 Oct 1488 Earl of Bothwell

 

The Lordship of Hailes was held by the Earls of Bothwell from 17 Oct 1488 until 29 Dec 1567, when on the attainder of James [Hepburn], 1st Duke of Orkney, 4th Earl of Bothwell, etc., the third husband of Mary I, Queen of Scotland, all his titles were forfeited to the Crown.

 

 First written 16 Apr 2004

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