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  1. Walter Stewart (c.1338–1362) was the second son of Robert Stewart, 7th High Steward of Scotland (afterwards King Robert II) and Elizabeth Mure. He married Isabella, Countess of Fife between 21 July 1360 and 20 July 1361 and was styled Lord of Fife—he died in late 1362.

  2. Walter Stewart was the second son of Robert Stewart, 7th High Steward of Scotland and Elizabeth Mure. He married Isabella, Countess of Fife between 21 July 1360 and 20 July 1361 and was styled Lord of Fife—he died in late 1362.[1]

  3. 27 de abr. de 2022 · Walter Stewart (c.1338–1362) was the second son of Robert Stewart, 7th High Steward of Scotland (afterwards King Robert II) and Elizabeth Mure. He married Isabella, Countess of Fife between 21 July 1360 and 20 July 1361 and was styled Lord of Fife—he died in late 1362. He was born between 1338 and 1347.

  4. When Walter Stewart 1st Earl of Atholl and Lord of Fife was born in 1338, in Kyle, Ayrshire, Scotland, his father, Robert II King of Scotland, was 22 and his mother, Elizabeth Mure of Rowallan, was 18. He married Isabella MacDuff Countess of Fife in 1360, in Kyle, Ayrshire, Scotland.

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    • Isabella Macduff Countess of Fife
  5. 8 de nov. de 2022 · ' Walter Stewart, Master of Fife was born between 1394 and 1410.{1} He was the son of Murdoch Stewart, 2nd Duke of Albany and Isabel of Lennox, Countess of Lennox.{2} He married, firstly, unknown daughter Campbell, daughter of Sir Duncan Campbell, 1st Lord Campbell and Lady Marjorie Stewart, in a unlawfully, presumably for want of a papal dispensation for consanguinity marriage.{3} He and Lady Eupheme Graham were engaged on 5 September 1415 but the marriage did not take place.{4 ...

  6. Walter Stewart (c.1338 - 1362) was the second son of Robert Stewart, 7th High Steward of Scotland (afterwards King Robert II) and Elizabeth Mure. He married Isabella, Countess of Fife between 21 July 1360 and 20 July 1361 and was styled Lord of Fife-he died in late 1362.