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  1. Francis Stewart, 5th Earl of Bothwell (c. December 1562 – November 1612), was Commendator of Kelso Abbey and Coldingham Priory, a Privy Counsellor and Lord High Admiral of Scotland.

  2. Francis Stewart Hepburn, 5th earl of Bothwell, nephew of the 4th earl; by his dissolute and proud behaviour he caused King James VI of Scotland (afterward James I of Great Britain) gradually to consider him a rival and a threat to the Scottish crown and was made an outlaw. Through his father, John.

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  3. 24 de ago. de 2022 · Francis Stewart, Earl Bothwell (b. c. December 1562 – d. April 1612, Naples), [n.b. note alternate death date of 1624, documented below] was Commendator of Kelso Abbey and Coldingham Priory, a Privy Counsellor and Lord High Admiral of Scotland.

  4. When Francis Hepburn Stewart 5th Earl of Bothwell was born on 1 December 1562, in Coldingham, Berwickshire, Scotland, United Kingdom, his father, John Stewart 1st Lord of Darnley, Prior of Coldingham, was 31 and his mother, Jean Hepburn, was 27. He had at least 1 son and 3 daughters with Margaret Douglas Countess Of Bothwell.

  5. Francis Stewart, 1st (or 5th) Earl of Bothwell (1563–1612) Francis Stewart, but for the attainder 2nd (or 6th) Earl of Bothwell (c. 1584–1640) Charles Stewart, but for the attainder 3rd (or 7th) Earl of Bothwell (c. 1617–1651) Robert Stewart, but for the attainder 4th (or 8th) Earl of Bothwell (fl. 1656)

  6. Francis Stewart, quinto conde de Bothwell (c. Diciembre de 1562 - noviembre de 1612) fue Comandante de Kelso Abbey y Coldingham Priory , Consejero Privado y Lord Alto Almirante de Escocia . Fue un conspirador notorio, que lideró varios levantamientos contra el rey Jaime VI y murió en la pobreza, en Italia, después de ser desterrado de Escocia.