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  1. James Hamilton, 1st Earl of Arran and 2nd Lord Hamilton (c. 1475 – 1529) was a Scottish nobleman, naval commander and first cousin of James IV of Scotland.He also served as the 9th Lord High Admiral of Scotland.

  2. James 3rd Earl 1537–1609: John 1st Marquess Hamilton 1540–1604: Claud 1st Lord Paisley 1546–1621: Margaret Seton d. 1616: James 1st Earl 1575–1618: Marion Boyd d. 1632 Recusant: George of Greenlaw & Roscrea d. bef. 1657: Frederick 1590–1647: James 2nd Earl d. c. 1670: Katherine 2nd Baroness Clifton c. 1590 – 1637: Claud 2nd Baron ...

  3. Young Arran. James was born in 1606 at Hamilton Palace in Lanarkshire, the son of James, 2nd Marquess of Hamilton, and the Lady Ann Cunningham, daughter of James, 7th Earl of Glencairn. Following the death of his insane great-uncle James, Earl of Arran, in 1609, the infant was styled Earl of Arran. Heir to the Throne of Scotland

  4. James 1st Duke Ormond 1610–1688: Elizabeth Preston 1615–1684: James Purcell Baron of Loughmoe: Elizabeth d. 1675: Thomas 6th Earl Ossory 1633–1680 d.v.p.* Emilia von Nassau 1635–1688: Philip Stanhope 2nd Earl Chesterfield 1634–1714: Elizabeth Butler 1640–1665: James c. 1630 – 1673 Courtier: James 2nd Duke Ormond 1665–1745 ...

  5. James Hamilton, 1st Earl of Arran (c. 1475–1529) Robert Hamilton, Seigneur d'Aubigny (21 March 1476 – 1543) Illegitimate children included Sir Patrick Hamilton of Kincavil, father of Master Patrick Hamilton, burnt for heresy in 1528 and a Protestant martyr.

  6. James Stewart (c. 1531–1570), 1st Earl of Moray (1562), Regent of Scotland (1567–1570), 1568 Mary was forced into abdication at Loch Leven Castle on 24 July 1567, where she was imprisoned for more than nine months. [10]

  7. In 1449, James II reached adulthood, but he had to struggle to gain control of his kingdom. The Douglases, probably with his cooperation, used his coming of age as a way to throw the Livingstons out of the shared government, as the young king took revenge for the arrest of his mother that had taken place in 1439, and the assassination of his young Douglas cousins, in which Livingston was ...