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Lorne, Lord (S, 1439)

 

Creation: let.pat. bef. 5 Sep 1439

 

Family name: Stewart later Campbell

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Arms:

Quarterly:  1st and 4th, Or a Fess chequy Azure and Argent in chief a Buckle Gules (Stewart);  2nd and 3rd, Or a Lymphad Sable (Lorne)

Crest:

A Unicorn's Head Argent armed and crined Or

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Robert [Stewart], 1st Lord Lorne

1st son and heir of Sir John Stewart of Innermeath by his wife Isabel de Ergadia, 1st dau. and cohrss. of John MacAlan, Lord of Lorne, by his wife Janet Isaac, 1st dau. of Thomas Isaac by his wife Lady Matilda Bruce, sister of David II, King of Scotland, and 2nd dau. of Robert I "the Bruce", King of Scotland, by his second wife Lady Elizabeth de Burgh, 2nd dau. of Richard [de Burgh], 2nd Earl of Ulster

born

mar.

(after a Papal dispensation 27 Sep 1397) his third cousin Lady Joan Stewart, 3rd dau. of Robert [Stewart], 1st Duke of Albany, by his first wife Lady Margaret Graham, suo jure Countess of Menteith

children

1. John Stewart, later 2nd Lord Lorne

2. Walter Stewart, later 3rd Lord Lorne later 1st Lord Innermeath

3. Alan Stewart (d. in prison c. 1463)

4. David Stewart

5. Robert Stewart

1. ..... Stewart, mar. John [Lindsay], 1st Lord Lindsay of the Byres, and had issue

2. ..... Stewart, mar. Robert [Erskine], 8th Lord Erskine

died

bef. 1449

created

bef. 5 Sep 1439 Lord Lorne

suc. by

son

note

a Commissioner to England to arrange for the release of King James I 1424 and remained there as a hostage against the payment of his ransom until 1429

 

John [Stewart], 2nd Lord Lorne

born

mar.

..... .....

children

1. Hon Isabel Stewart (d. 26 Oct 1510), mar. bef. 9 Apr 1465 Colin [Campbell], 1st Earl of Argyll, and had issue

2. Hon Janet Stewart, mar. c. 1448 as his first wife Sir Colin Campbell of Glenorchy (b. c. 1406; d. 1475), uncle of Colin [Campbell], 1st Earl of Argyll, and 1st son of Duncan [Campbell], 1st Lord Campbell, by his second wife Margaret Stewart, dau. of Sir John Stewart of Ardgowan, Blackhall and Auchingoun, illegit. son of Robert III, King of Scotland, and had issue

3. Hon Marion Stewart, mar. 1460 Arthur Campbell of Otter, uncle of Colin [Campbell], 1st Earl of Argyll, and 4th son of Duncan [Campbell], 1st Lord Campbell, by his second wife Margaret Stewart, dau. of Sir John Stewart of Ardgowan, Blackhall and Auchingoun, illegit. son of Robert III, King of Scotland, and had issue

died

20 Dec 1463 from wounds inflicted by Alan M'Coule

suc. by

brother

note

had a charter of the Lordship of Lorne, the Barony of Innermeath, etc., to himself in tail male with a similar remainder to his four brothers, his uncle and his cousins 1452; he also had an illegitimate son, Dougal Stewart of Appin, ancestor of the Stewarts of Appin

 

Walter [Stewart], 3rd Lord Lorne later 1st Lord Innermeath

note

on 17 Apr 1470 he resigned the Lordship of Lorne in favour of his nephew-in-law, Colin [Campbell], 1st Earl of Argyll, and received in exchange the title of Lord Innermeath

 

The Lordship of Lorne has been held by the Earls of Argyll since 17 Apr 1470.

 

 First written 13 Mar 2012

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