James Hamilton, 1st earl of Arran, (born 1475?—died July 1529, Kinneil, West Lothian [now in Falkirk], Scotland), son of James, 1st Lord Hamilton, and of Mary, daughter of James II of Scotland; he was created earl of Arran in 1503 on the occasion of the marriage of James IV to Margaret Tudor.
James (Hamilton) Hamilton First Earl of Arran (abt. 1475 - abt. 1529) James Hamilton First Earl of Arran formerly Hamilton Born about 1475 in Cadzow, Scotland Ancestors Son of James Hamilton and Mary (Stewart) Hamilton Countess of Arran
11 de abr. de 2016 · In January 1525, the English ambassador Magnus reported to Cardinal Wolsey: ‘Of late with me was Sir James Hamilton, bastard son to the Earl of Arran — a proper gentleman, and one that hath the greatest rule and stroke about the said Earl; and demanded of me, if I supposed the King’s Highness could be content that there were, or should be a …
11 de nov. de 2022 · Sir James Hamilton of Finnart (c. 1495  – 16 August 1540) was a Scottish nobleman and architect, the illegitimate son of James Hamilton, 1st Earl of Arran, and Marion Boyd  of Bonshaw. Although legitimated in 1512 while still a minor, he continued to be known as the "Bastard of Arran".
18 de ene. de 2023 · James Hamilton, 2nd earl of Arran, in full James Hamilton, 2nd earl of Arran, duc de Châtelherault, (born c. 1517—died January 22, 1575, Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland), earl of Arran who was heir presumptive to the throne after the accession of Mary Stuart in 1542 and was appointed her governor and tutor.
James Hamilton, 1st Earl of Arran, (c.14751529) was a Scottish politician. He was a son of the 1st Lord Hamilton and Princess Mary Stewart of Scotland. Mary was a daughter of King James II and his Queen consort Mary of Gueldres. She was also a sister of King James III.
Sir James III Hamilton 2nd Lord Hamilton, 1st Earl of Arran was born April 1475 in Brodick Castle, Hamilton, Raploch, Lanarkshire, Scotland, son of James II Baron of Cadzow 1st Lord Hamilton and Mary (Princess) Countess of Arran Fix check children Stewart. He was married in the year 1500 in Scotland to Mary Bonswell Boyd He was married in Isle of Arran, Scotland to Mary Bonswell Boyd, they had ...