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Margaret ERSKINE. Team Great Britain. Athletics. Games Participations 1. First Olympic Games London 1948. Year of Birth 1925.
Margaret Erskine of Dun Margaret Kennedy, Marchioness of Ailsa (1772 – 5 January 1848) was a Scottish noblewoman. She was born in 1772 to John Erskine and Mary Baird.  On 1 June 1793, she married Archibald Kennedy, Lord Kennedy, who the following year succeeded as 12th Earl of Cassilis.
When Lady Margaret Erskine was born on 8 October 1515, in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, her father, Sir John Erskine 5th Lord Erskine, was 28 and her mother, Lady Margaret Campbell, was 31. She married Sir Robert Douglas of Lochleven on 11 July 1527, in Renfrewshire, Scotland. They were the parents of at least 3 sons and 3 daughters.
When Margaret Erskine was born in 1496, in Erskine, Renfrewshire, Scotland, her father, Sir Robert Erskine , 4th Lord of Erskine, was 38 and her mother, Lady Isabella Campbell of Loudoun, was 31. She married Sir James Haldane 6th of Glenegles on 14 December 1518, in Gleneagles, Perthshire, Scotland.
Margaret Erskine (31 July 1925 – 21 May 2006) was a British athlete. She competed in the women's long jump at the 1948 Summer Olympics.
Margaret Erskine was born in Edinburgh. Margaret had one son: James Stewart 1st Earl of Moray. Margaret passed away on May 5 1572. Margaret Erskine (born Hay-Drummond), 1686 - 1707 Margaret Erskine (born Hay-Drummond) was born on month day 1686, at birth place, to Thomas Hay and Margaret Hay (born Drummond).
30/06/2018 · The Kilsyth web site referred to her as Margaret Comyn, daughter of Sir Fergus Comyn of Gogyn. William and Margaret (Erskine) Livingston had two children: - William (c.1300 to 11-30-1364) married Christian de Callender. - John (c.1310 to 8-22-1364) married the daughter of Michael Wemyss.