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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › GillieGillie - Wikipedia

    Gillie or ghillie is an ancient Gaelic term for a person who acts as a servant or attendant on a fishing, fly fishing, hunting, or deer stalking expedition, primarily in the Highlands or on a river such as the River Spey.

  2. Stammliste der schottischen Adelsfamilie Stewart.. Die Hauptlinie der Familie stellte ab Robert II. von 1370 bis 1587 die schottischen Könige.Nachdem mit dem Tod Jakobs V. 1542 die Nachkommenlinie Roberts II. im Mannesstamm erlosch, fiel die schottische Krone an dessen Tochter Maria Stuart und bei deren Tod, 1587, an deren Sohn aus ihrer zweiten Ehe mit Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley, Jakob VI ...

  3. 17/10/2016 · William Wallace’s career and life would soon come to an end, however, when Sir John de Menteith, a Scottish noble, betrayed William and turned the once Guardian of Scotland over to the English. Wallace’s life would not last much longer, for after he was captured he was quickly brought before Westminster Hall and was tried for his crimes.

  4. 05/04/2021 · John Keith, who married (with a dispensation dated 12 March 1368/9) Mariota de Cheyne, daughter of Reginald de Cheyne.[5] Catherine, who married Alexander Barclay and were the ancestors of the Barclays of Ury.[6] He married secondly, Christian Menteith, daughter of Sir John de Menteith, Lord of Arran and his wife Ellen of Mar.

  5. John Hamilton of Broomhill (d. c. 1550), another illegitimate child of James, 1st Lord Hamilton, was by Janet Calderwood. In 1512 John's birth was legitimised. His grandson, James Hamilton, notably served as Sheriff of Perthshire, and his descendants became the Lords Belhaven and Stenton .

  6. William Wallace, in full Sir William Wallace, (born c. 1270, probably near Paisley, Renfrew, Scotland—died August 23, 1305, London, England), one of Scotland’s greatest national heroes and the chief inspiration for Scottish resistance to the English king Edward I. He served as guardian of the kingdom of Scotland during the first years of the long and ultimately successful struggle to free ...

  7. freepages.rootsweb.com › ~rykbrown › genealogyAnnat - Ancestry

    John Stewart, 2nd of Annat, married firstly in Perthshire, Scotland to Janet GRAHAM, daughter of Jasper/Gespard Graham of Gartur. She was b: ABT 1612 in Gartur, Cardross Moss, Port of Menteith, Perthshire, Scotland. They had the following children: Alexander STEWART , 3rd of Annat b: ABT 1630 in Annat, Kilmadock, Perthshire, Scotland.