Christina Stewart Douglas, Countess of Buchan (c. 1548 – 20 September 1580), also known as Christian, was a Scottish noblewoman, the suo jure Countess of Buchan.She succeeded her grandfather John Stewart, 3rd Earl of Buchan in 1551.
Christina Stewart, Countess of Buchan in her own right, succeeded her grandfather, John Stewart, 3rd Earl of Buchan, in 1551.In that year she was, as heir to her father, enfeoffed in the lands, jurisdictions, and offices enumerated in her grandfather's charter of 1547.
Christina 4th Countess of Buchan Stewart was born in the year 1544 in Buchan, Scotland, daughter of JOHN Master Buchan STEWART. She was married in the year 1568 in Scotland to Robert Earl of Buchan Douglas, they gave birth to 1 child. She died in the year 1580 in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. This information is part of Royal House of Layton of Stuart and Rohan by John Layton on Genealogy ...
Robert Douglas, 4th Earl of Buchan married Christina Stewart, 4th Countess of Buchan on September 26, 1552. Christina Stewart, 4th Countess of Buchan Christina Stewart Douglas, Countess of Buchan ( c. 1548 – 20 September 1580), also known as Christian , was a Scottish noblewoman, the suo jure Countess of Buchan.
Stewart Christian, 4th Countess of Buchan b. Bef 1547 Buchanan Castle, Stirlingshire, Scotland d. 20 Sep 1580 Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland: Jones and Hyman Genealogy
Christina (Stewart) Stewart Countess of Buchan is a member of Clan Stewart. Christian (Christina) Stewart (Countess of Buchan) was born in 1547/48. She was the daughter of John Stewart (Master of Buchan) and his wife Margaret Ogilvy.  She succeeded to the title of 4th Countess of Buchan after 14 July 1551, suo jure. 
Mary Stewart, Countess of Buchan (1434 or 1435 – 20 March 1465) was the fifth daughter of James I of Scotland and Lady Joan Beaufort. She married Wolfert VI of Borselen, a Zeelander nobleman and lived in the Netherlands until her death in 1465. She had two children who died young. Contents 1 Family 2 Marriage 3 Ancestry 4 References Family [ edit]