w. of James Hepburn, 4th Earl of Bothwell, of Alexander Gordon, 12th Earl of Sutherland, and of Alexander Ogilvy of Boyne, d. of George Gordon, 4th Earl of Huntly Abt1546-1629 7 (x2), 12, 16
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Ancestors of Prince William of England. Here is the pedigree of England's Heir Apparent presented as an ahnenreihe. To save space, ancestors beyond Generation 11 are omitted unless they are alleged descendants of Charlemagne or Alexander the Great.
Alexander Mackenzie followed the Fitzgerald scheme for the first edition of his History of the Mackenzies in 1879, but abandoned it in his later 1894 edition based on the intervening publication of genealogies contained in MS 1467. MS 1467 was compiled 200 years before the earliest surviving Mackenzie traditional history.
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James Alexander Gordon, and HMS Unite (38) took Pomone and Pesanne off Lissa. At the Admiralty Sessions, the master of a merchant vessel was sentenced to pay a fine and be imprisoned 12 months in Newgate for enticing seamen from the King's service. 30 November: 1652: Battle of Dungeness.