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  1. James Stewart, 1st Earl of Buchan (1442–1499) was a Scottish noble. He was the uncle of James III of Scotland who granted him the Earldom of Buchan. Buchan repaid his nephew by fighting for his cause against rebellious southern barons. Through his marriage to Margaret Ogilvy he acquired the title Lord Auchterhouse.

  2. 25/04/2022 · James Stewart, 1st Earl of Buchan (1442–1499) was a Scottish noble. He was the uncle of James III of Scotland who was granted the Earldom of Buchan. Buchan repaid him by fighting for his cause against rebellious southern barons. Through his marriage to Margaret Ogilvie he acquired the title Lord Auchterhouse. James Stewart was the second son of Sir ...

    • "Hearty James"
    • 1499 (56-57)Angus, Perthshire, Scotland, UK
    • 1442
  3. When Sir James Stewart 1st Earl of Buchan was born in 1442, in Argyll, Scotland, his father, Sir James Stewart The Black Knight of Lorn, was 43 and his mother, Joan Beaufort Queen Consort of Scotland, was 38. He married Lady Margaret Oglivy, Countess of Buchan before 1 March 1467. They were the parents of at least 1 son.

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    • Margaret Ogilvy Countess Of Buchan
  4. When Sir James Hearty Stewart 1st Earl of Buchan was born in 1442, in Scotland, United Kingdom, his father, Sir James "the Black Knight" Stewart of Lorne, was 48 and his mother, Joan Beaufort Queen of Scotland, was 35. He married Margaret Ogilvy before 1 March 1467. They were the parents of at least 3 sons and 6 daughters.

    • Male
    • Margaret Murray of Falahill
  5. Sir James STEWART 1st Earl of Buchan (1442-1499) 1. Sir James STEWART 1st Earl of Buchan, son of Sir James STEWART (1383-1451) and Joan BEAUFORT (bef1407-1445), was born in 1442. He had the title '1st Earl of Buchan (of the third creation)'. He died in 1499. He married Margaret OGILVIE. He married Margaret MURRAY.

  6. 25/11/2021 · James Stewart (1st Earl of Buchan, 3rd Making) was the second of three sons of Sir James Stewart, called the Black Knight of Lorn, by Joan Beaufort, Dowager Queen of Scots. The exact date of his birth is unknown, but was most likely about 1441/2, as his elder brother was born around 1440 and his mother died in 1445. [1] [2]

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