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Full text of "Genealogical account of the family of Edmonstone of Duntreath"

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Brigham Young University 



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cans I peopled it, and have built a church in 
with a ploughgale of land, 1 have given to 
be possessed by them for evermore. This gift 
King Acdgar, and for the souls of his father an 
and sisters, and for the redeinplioT of my d 
iiyself, both my body and my soul ; And if an 
kc this my gift from the Saint afurcsaid, and 1 

away Lake from him the life of the Heavenly 
ns with the Devil and his angels. Amen." Thi 

Cuthbcrt Ihc spiritual nionopol), at least of 
the monks of Coldingham and Kelso, beside 
r St. Leonard, as staled ilxjve.'' 
en High Steward, had granted the lands of EeJ 
bert subsequently resigned thcin in exchange 


the mother church to the two neighbouring cl 
There is a presentation to the chaplaincy of 
or guardian to James, son and heir of David 

5 1.— 1435. 


Note 5, Pace 4. 
of the Ednam property in 1S37, I .am indcblc 
uation of the parish of Ednain ivas /7SS0 S 
cssed j£753a This xv.-u subsequently rcducec 
. purchase, the rental was estimated 01^^3000, 
old by Mr. Edmonslounc 


Note 6, Pace 5. 

rricd that singular character Theodore Daron 
.1' when that island rex oiled against the Ce 
ove eight monlhs, and on his cxcnlually com 
was sub-equently imprisoncil fur debl, and die 
lun, P.ofess.r of Kheluric in Edir.b.irgh (16 
Ednam, informs me that his fuller attended 
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with his help and my own tr 
Cuthben, and this church, 
Cuthbcrt and his Monks, to 
for the soul of my Lord the 
for the weal of his brothers 
Lefwin, and for the weal of 
or fraud presume to away ta 
ser^■ants, may Cod Almighl 
may he suffer everlasting pa 
ciation did not secure to St 
there were grants given to 
dedicated to St. Lawrence o 
Robert the Second, wh 
Robert Erskine, but Sir Ro 


Aberdeen. 

Edcnham became early 
Ion (Don) and Nenthorn. 
John Edinonsloun, as tutor 
which is confirmed by Jamc 


To Mr. Elliot, the agen 
ligence that in 1643 the va 
Andrew Edmonslounc poss 
At the time of Lord Dudley 
was the same si,e as when 


One of these sisters ni 
was elected King of Corsi 
His reign did not extend at 
he there met the I.ady. He 
release in 1756. Mr. A)l 
descendant of the family of 
funeral as chicfmouiner. 




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James Edmonstonc of Ednam, as heir to 

James Edmonstoun there is ihis peculiar 

Mr. KidJell states, 'are nol many, and ra 
an of a high ecclesiastical sec DunfennI 
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crton, mentioned as the property of Sir Jc 
is very rear Edmonstonc in Midlolh 
dful act of savage vengeance, as related in 
letting having discovered an inlriguc carr 
nd a monk of Ncwbaiile, set fire to il, j 
hcrwiih the culprits. It is staled in a n 
boiirhoo.l, and thai Gilmcrton Grange is s 


4, Pace 3. 

501, there is a mention of the sclllement 
1st. In the 169111 number of the ' Quartc 
s), this is menlioncd more at length, and 
,' a work to which I have not access. 1 g 
1 parchment in llie tr.asury al Durham wh 
w the Koiil.ui.ibrian ceilonist settles him 
i.i.ig of tl.c i;lli cei.lury. "To the sons 
uns-"Tlior ihc Long, greeting in the Ix, 
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• in Christ, Alexander, Archbishop of St. A 

Dunfcrling cl Coldingham,' etc., relating 
j brother David, fur the lands of Edmonsto 
J In the infeflment which followed of 

J that Edmonstoun is spoken of as a baro 
not of the King ; 'of which the instances, 
; still in the case of a convent or abbacy ll 
f hou ei er, had the right of regality, or was, 
1 to that in England.' 
The transfer of ihc property from th 
( caused some feud, for there is a temissi 
I Edmonstone, for the ,iiii,fu:l,>l mutilation 
? of his left aiin-a serious affair-dated Ju 


Note 
Il would sccin that Woolincl became 
stoun of thai Ilk, but I am not aware of a 
property of the Earl of Wemyss. 


1 Note 
Il is a curious coincidence that Cilm 
Herring of Edmonstone, in Clydesdale 
Cilmcrton Grange xvas the scene of a drea 
' Memorie of the Somcrvilles.'' Sir John 
on in that house between his daughier a 
destrojed six or seven other persons togc 

Ilhal tl.c tradiiion is preserved in the neigh 
called ihe ' llurnt dole' 


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:arls of Winton. One 
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in the text, In an entry 
Farldom of Lennox, to 
terrarum dc Frielevio 
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Duchess retired, after 
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amc of before, without cost nrexpence or any impediment Wrytten 
and subscryvit with our hand at Stirling, the ;isi day of June, and 
icne ycr (1472-3I- Subscript litere. James. Super quibus omni- 
us Dominus Comes de Levjnax ct Dominus Dernlie petiit a me 
scripto. unum seu plura publicum seu publico, instrvimentum seu 
nt haec in civitale Glasguensis sub anno, mensc, die indiclione et 
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ch ivas, as has been slated in the text, one of the forfeited e«-latf«*rf 
1 a perpetual fee-fann lease b) John Dalway of Hellahill, ».hoh»d 
t from the Crown. It contained at the time of the purchavi 1870 
rent «as fixcdat/ifo. 9s. 4d. sterling. The mansion-house of Red. 
dance «iih ihc terms b) «l.ich all these csiaies «crc granted. On 
CO acres a house or caMle, surrounded by a baun or walled enclosure, 
ecud willun a limited time, and forly-eighl .able-bodied colonists 
V./e KeiiPb Hist. I'resl.jleri.m Churches in Ireland, vol. i., page «l. 
M.'-'v Memoir. 


Ndii. 15, Pace 10. 
g leller 1 am ir.debud to Mr. Kiddell, who copied it from the !■ rrol 
isilc. The «lK.le history of this marriage of Williaui Livingston 
a curious one. Though ihc way by whuh Lord Dundee came by 
m a^reiiaimd, fur a time tlieie weie scleral contradictory reports 
10 Ch.iml.er.-s interesting history of the Hebellion in Scotland 




als frely as he held th 
under our privat sele, 
of our regne the thir 
bus et singulis prefa 
notario publco infra 
inslniment.1. Acta era 
pontificalu. F.t ego 


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The following cu 
the county of Antrim 
Presb) terian parish 
terian minister. Sine 
four ministers. The 
The second, Mr. C. 
appomtcd 1700, died 
«ho is now ninely-fo 
habitant of the parish 


The property, wh 
theOXeils, waslelo 
obtained a grant of 
acres, and the yearly 
hall was built in acco 
olllandsi\ceeding;c 
was reipiircd to be c 
«eie lobe settled. / 
Also Dr. Ili.dgkinson 


For this inleresti 
Charters at Slains C 
with Lady Dundee is 
his deaih-wouiid is n 
ado.it. In the notes 





William of Culloden. 
eir liferent William 
r, and dearly beloved 
ndsay. Provost of the 
Sandford, our Comp- 
erk. 

finally put an end to 
r.dlen into disuse. A 
r 'the good old times.' 


charter chest of the 

ne) indiclione decimJ 
bhci cl testium sub- 

s Johannes Comes de 
dem litcramin papiro 
am ct sigillatam ejus- 
ndain, coniparandam 
Cujus quidem litere 
ne Lord Dernlie, that 

of Dcrnlic Inchcche- 
nd Galstoun, lyand in 
ffdomcof Ldinburgb, 

s of the F.arhlomc of 

ll.rhAil eousing and 

.■)n-'\inl)fercnt.als 
nl.i.uls of us before.' 
n.ulc sikkcr (sure) be 

lelaiidsof Duntreth, 

and Carcane lyandc 
ly of our progcnitour 

Willja.nof Ldmon. 

di>isit we sail (give?) 
lid lauds of Derulic, 

himherelably theiin 


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Reserving to the same 
dlongesi liver of them th 
dCrichion ourChancello 
lousehold, Mr. James Li 

n), Alexander Nairn, of 
ellor of Dunkeld, and C 
s as granted above was 

174S, tlK.ugh much had 
untrc.ilh as a memorial 


Note 11, Pace 7. 

Mr. Riddell kindly procured me> a copy of this deed from the 
Duke of Montrose. It is slightly abbreviated. 

In Dei nomine. Amen. Per hoc prcsens publicum inslrume 
evidenter, et sit noium quod anno Incarnationis Domini (1477 :4 Ju 
Pontificalus (of Pope Scxlus 4th) anno sexto. In mei nolarii pu 
scripiorumpresentiJ personalitcr constituius nobilisci polens Domin 
Lev) next ac Dominus Dernlie mihi not.uio publico infra scriptoquan 
scriplam sub sigillo private Suprcmi Domini noslri Regis . . . emana 
quesubscriptione manuali ut mihi app.iruit munilam tradidil pcrlegc 
transumendam cl in publicam formam inslnimentalcin redigendam. 
tenor sequilur cl est talis. We gram and pcriniitis to our eousing Jol 
for samikill as he has resignit in our hands his lands of the Ixirdshipc 
nanc l)ande, in ihe shcrifTdoine of Kenfrex , Torbollounc, Dregairn, a 
the shcriffdomcofAjr, and the lands of Ualhcal, lyand in the sherri 
to rein.iin in our hands quhilc (uul.l) his cnlrc lo his part of the lane 
Levjnax, andthereafur (pjlnlc he haif infefl aiul g) (r)ne toourwi 
Chancellor Andro Lord Aiei.d.ilc the said lands of the Earldom of I 
frely and in sickl)ke f-nne as our foresaid Chancellor had the ' ui.) 
And als (iiliill our ceu-,ing Wil)e.im ndmonsloun of DunlK.lli l.c 
tl.cs,..a Je!.i,el...rd Dernlie fur 1... imrl, and in so far as he ma) e.f 1 
Du„^„.)a',:,.ll.e ri„l..l,, Ilallcwaue-, l)l..irgaro, flnl ,1, ,' il.e Cljn, 
in the s.ii.e I il.h,.Me, <,i.I,i:k l.c has be inf flil.ent and cjd heleL.l 
(J..n,esll.e Second) r.f b, f..ie, ll..,t our sai.l Chancello.ir and cou.in;, 
Slo.m Ua.ul c....teiilai.l -.lUer.as said is, in thebesl foiine Ih.it can be 
you incor.lineul iherafler ag.,in to the said Lord Dernlie all his s 
Inclienane, Torbolloun, Dreg.ern, Galstoun, and Uatld.al, and infefl 


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of .Angus, an 
Wdliam Lor 
aster of our 
cnc (Linclud 
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nativity of John the naptisl, if 
and the said Marion Countess 
(Turnbull), Hishop of Glasgow- 
cousin, Andrew Lord Cray, ^ 
Collegiate Churth of Linclai, 
iroller, and .Mr. George Shore 
The esercise of the great 
by the act abolishing heritable 
fragment of the old stocks yet 


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c notorious freebooter himself. 

is derived from a letter 1 received 

bruary 15, .831. 

\ce line lives, or lived a few year* 

the list Edmonstone of Ne»Io« 

Wallace. 


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t pleasure by that garrison, and 
sses to the garrisons of Sterling, 
iforesaid tenants hav ing for sec 
r helping to sou the ground), the 
n, were toLdly burnt and dcstio 

on to be taken into account T 
ration by Ci.mmillee of I'stalc 

ns of Sir James and of his ter 
the inquiry ordered by the I'arb 
England which imnicdi.itely f, 
d this later application docs 

le Peerage, which, however, he 


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N01E19,P..C.E,2. 

notice f.oiii the 'ISeautics of S 
nd not 1658,11 would refer loth 
lyin Shetland, my information 
nonstonc, d.ited Ualtasound, F 
■ct branch of the Cambus Wal 
iggar. A )Ounger brother of 
at parish, and called it Cambus 


N01E30, Pace 12 
his and other interesting infori 
londstounc Ayloun, Esq., I'rofe 
t representative of that line. 
1, Ill's illuminaled Hook of Arm 
de> this, .Mr, Kiddell kindly f 
uof Kdmonstni.e of that Ilk a 
ndev. 'i;dmuiu!>lunor^3 Cre 
annulet in fesse gules, alias , 
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plundered and spoiled a 
November paid great Se 
and in like manner the 
were left unexhausted fo 
goods belonging lo the 
fore implore their comli 
the petition for considt 
above-mentioned pelili 
arc indorsed lMl,tliat 
by the invasion from 
indemnification follow e 
immediately raised to t 


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date be 16SS or iCoS, a 

Regarding the fain 
from Ur. Lawrence Ed 

1 believe tli,it a dir 
ago, in the parish of 1 
bought a proj.erty in ih 


I am indebted for 
Ednam lo William lull 
vcrsily, whoislheelde 
the Ednam co.it 'Woik 
James ll.c -Sixth. Ue. 
nialriculation of llie ar 
I'oileous and Slaecy's 
ire.vlh the same, w, la 
m.Kle.nhand.Tdiiiom 
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link that m.ay be 
Riddell found in 
been considered 
now, of llie fifth 
han in England. 
Duntrcath from 
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t Ilkandw/oMrr 
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s al the first drawing to hove resembled that as now cmblaroned, 
is changed 'into that resembling Mr. Riddell's transcript, someth 
s without the balls,— and the crest has been Rone over wiih a pe 
us dcirc in Crawford, as will be slaled more al length hcrcaftc 
■nee of the Edn.im as the elder branch of the line, nnd I cannot but i 
son for Ihc omission of ihe annulet in the nlteslcd copy, which Mr. 
riginal. P.iil the annulet docs not app, ar al ihat early period lo hav c 
mark of cadelcy. The circiiiuslancc of it being the disliiiclion, as 
Mr. Rid.lell slaleslobc modern, nnd more modern in Scotland even 
hinks il might p,-„-iMy be 'a maternal difference distinguishing the 
■nin stem (of which there are rcveral cent, ii:/v, niy instances in ol 

words, part of the anus of the Lady, t.v/ of the rdmonstonc of tha 
c Culloden or Dunlrealh founder,' whoever that was. 'Or, on ihe oil 
been a diffircncc derived from a feat in chivalry by such as the chiv 
onstonc (as mentioned by Fordun) al ihcerid of the fourteenth century 
the rhis at some encounter.' At the same time, this badge seems som 
ed.for Mr. Riddell has furnished mc with a skelch of a seal of Sir W 
m to whom the Carvock seal belonged, in which ihc arms are give 
nnalels, nnd with ihe coronet nnd cre.t. It was appended lo the I 
1 rrecept of Archibald Nnjuer of .Monuilh in Innds in Monleith.to 
3f Willinm Edmonstone of nuntrcath, ns Stewart of Monteilh, is nfl' 
iry 2o, 1507. Again, in the arms of Duntrcath al Dunkeld, ns men 
ct is omitted ; and, on the other hnnd, in the list of arms made by S 

Lyon, in 16S0, in MSS. in the Advocates' Library, the coat of Edm 
h is given wiih the annulet. 


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.usncthan, formerly held by Sir Robert Daird, Knight, 
e the same disposition ; there must therefore be some 
Memoric, though he appears so circumstantial 


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Margaret, for she was thus styUd in a dispensation 
o-.rglas in 1371. It was printed from the original at 
History of the Steuar'.s (Sup|.l(ment, p.ige 439). 
le dispensation runs, 'dilecli f.hi nobilis viri Jacob! 
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for her marriage with the Ea 
Pome by Andrew Stewart 
The Earl's father being then 
nati d.lecti f.hi nobilis »iri W 


stated to be in the fmirrh 
necessary, which was granle 
KingofScoiland. Inthech. 
Robert the Second to the SI 
comitisdc Douglas' to give he 
husband, had died seised, wit 
■ Of the marriage of the 
ample testimony. There is a 
cl Isabcllac Comiiiss.e dc D 
Ednam, in the county of Ro 
the Third, in a charter Johan 
sorori noslrac carissimae of 
heirs, dated at Edinburgh, A 
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Charter by Archibald of Douglas, son and heir of the said Archibald, Earf of 
juglas, confinning the « rits of the said lands of Tillyallan, granted by the said Earl and 
trick Count Palatine and ihc said Eufemia Countess Palatine, his wife, and cousin of 
esaid Archibald of Douglas, in favour of the said Sir John and David of Edmonstone, 
ted at Edinburgh, 1418. George Preston of Gorton (the ancient inheritance of the 
estons of Craiginill.ir), William Preston of Hen) in, ArchibalJ de Edmonstone, Knights 
ilham de Edmonstone, Gilbert de Wauchojie (of Niddry .Marshall), witnesses. 


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Sir James Edmonstone is w ilncss 10 a charter granted to William, Lord Crichton, in 
40, and in 145S he had an investment of a poition of his estate of EJnam under the 

eat Seal u,«n his own resignation. 

As mentioned in the text, only the marriage of Sir James Edmonstone with Janet 
apier is mentioned in the pedigrees, and John Edmonstone is slated to be the second 
n of Sir David, succeeding to his brother in default of male issue. For clearing up this 

stake I am indebted to Mr. Kiddell. The documents are nun.erous in reference to the 
ariiages and succession of Sir James. I w ill give them in order :— 

There is an instrument under the hind of Richard Robertson, notary, testifying that 
e bands for the marriage between the said Sir James Edmonstone and Janet Kapier 

re proclaimed in the church of St. Giles, Edinburgh, in January 1456; Dut that he had 
en previously married, and that the marriage had been dissolved, is attested by an in- 
rament under the hands of William Dlair and Kobcrt Ljnlon, notaries, testifying that 
abell Forslare, daughter of the deceased Sir John Forstarc (Forrestei) of Corstorphine, 
night, had renounced the appeal which she had entered against a sentence pronounced 
Richard, Al.b.it of Cuhoss, and Malcolm Drummond, canon of Duinblanc, CommJJ- 
lies for Kobcrt, Dishop of Dumblanc, in a process of divorce against her by the said 
r James of Edmonsionc, ilated at Edinbur-h, February 5, 1456- Witnesses, William 
dmonsloiic of Dunlieath, Knight, etc. 

Such divorces in the Roman Chuich arose usually fiom mar.i.iges having been con- 

cted within the forbidden degrees of rel uionship, which were veiy euensive. But 

len this had been done in good fiilh, or in ignorance, by either party, the legitimacy of 
e olT-piing was not affeeied. That semis to have been tie ea^e in the present instance, 

John r.duioiisionc, who coniim;> d the descent v. iili ilie bull, of the p.iiern.al inheritance. 
IS probabl) the son of Isabel Foiresi.r, for no third m iiri.ge has been traced, and he 


Ally was only supson to Janet Kapier. 

The insiiuiiieni t.siifjing lo the proclamation of the bands between Sir James and 
net Kapier, as mentioned above, is dated eight jeais after the marriage, September 19, 
f.4. This must have been a precautionaiy ineasiiie, as .Mr. Kiddell sug>jests arising 
.111 some .pirsiion as to the divorce. The insiiument is witnessed by members of the 


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nlreath,' his gudef.ather,' first for 
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h, I coniinissioned my friend William 
c.irson, the minister of the Parish, and 
ve, regretting much my inability to be 
entlemcn afforded mc :— 
bald Kdmonstone, Carl., a gravestone 
ving inscription, was this day removed, 
f Angus, sister to King James the First 
ed, Archibald Ednionstone, Esq. cf 
and, who died in the year 16S9, aged 




jf about Iwo feet, a quantity of human 
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is declared to be of lawful age, and, with his brother Archibald, had their father's charge 
continued This appears to have been done by the Regent Albany during the Queen's 
residence in England, having been kept from her dower being one of her great complaints 
against the Government. In 1525 the Earl of Lennox, Sir William and Archibald's 
brother-in-law, joined the parly of the Queen against the Earl of Angus, and in endeavour- 
ing to cmancipatetl.c young King James the Fifth the Earl was murdered, aficr his party 
had been defeated at Linl.ihgow by ihe Earls of Angus and Arrjn. In the autumn of 
15:7 llie Queen married Harry Stewart, who was created Lord Melhven, and in the July 
previous she appeared in the Council 10 appeal against Sir William Edmonstonc's keeping 
possession of Doune Cast'e, which she naturally no.e wished to make over to the care of 
Mclhvcn. Sir William was ordered to surrender it in fortj-ei-lt hours under penalty of 
prosecution. Sir William had, however, ohiaincd the K.n-'s signature to an order for 
retaining the possession, but this order the Council annulled, though il.cy suspended 
the eveculion of ll.e delivery for twehc days. (Acta Dom. Concil'i, Register House, 
July 11, 15:7.) As James the Kiflh alienated the crown lands of Melhven at the Queen's 
reciucst to her husband, Mclhvcn got the Queen to make over the slewaitry of Monteilh 
and constabulary of Doune to his jounger brother. Sir James Stewart of Heath. According, 
however, to Miss Strickland, the Queen was tricked by her hu.,band-hc hav ing procured 
the absolute grant of Monteilh and Doune to his broihei from the King, for whom he had 
fought, and was left for dead at Linlithgow. Queen Margaret never meant 10 lose the 
income of her dower lands, and this caused their f.rst quarrel The charter for this giant 
!s dated 1531. James ihe Fifth died in December IJ45. and ihe raid took place at 
Dunblane on the Whils'jnday of the following year, in which Sir James Stewart lost his 
life. In 1547 the penally on account of this transaction was reiniiied by the Rejcnt 
Uukeof Chatelheraiilt, and the stcwarlry appears lo have been restored lo Sir William 
Edmonstone, for among ll.e family papers is a discharge wiih the sign-manual of iKc 
Queen Dowager Si aiy of Lorraine lo Sir William Edmonslonc of Dunlieath, Chamberlain 
Dep.ile of Monteilh, for ihe rents, etc , of the years 154;, 15 13, 154 1. 'S4 5. discharging alio 
William Earl of .Montrose, and all others conceiiud. ll is d.led E.linburgh, April JJ, 
1549. From this ii would appear that the cession of Do'.n.e to Sir James Stewart was 
not held good, and ihal when .M.iiy of l.orr.iinc camr into p.^ses-i.!! of her dower lands, 
on the dealh of James ihe Kif.l., she r> Mo.e.l the stewardship lo Mr Wilham Edmonstone, 
which led 10 the raid abov e mei.lui,,. d, and ihal duiii.g ll.e lime Sir William was probably 
in seclu.-.iun on aeeouni of .Mew,,iiS de.iih li.e .admini>li.iiion of ihc lents was made over 
to Sir William's neai lelili.. 1., ll.e Il.i.l of .Moiiliose. On her moll.e.'s death, when the 
dowei lands woul.l le.eil u.lhe c.e.w 1,, Queen Maiy ccmmiiud the slewartry of Doune Itf 
Ihe Ea.l of Monlrose in 1 5r.ev, l„il ihuc > . ars laler the son of Sir James Stewart ircoicied 
poisession. and the linj, of Doui.c. w eie (lecied into a flare ny in his favous in IjSa 


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ord Monlgomery, in behalf of 
ks ; and the other, dated j6lh 
tocher.' It would seem that 
s a contract in the Eglinlon 
veen Hugh Lord Montgomery 
John Montgomery, son and 
h Edrnonslone, daughter of 
g Alexander, the second, and 
marry Elii-ibcih, Catherine, 
he mairiagc was carried into 
killed during his father's lifc- 
urgh between the contending 
causcway,'April30, 1530, as 
c a son, Hugh, second Earl 
and a daughter, married to 
Quecnsberry. 


Duchanan of that Ilk to Sir 
e Lady's uncle), for no mcrks 
sIcr of the said Sir William, 
hey had a son married to a 
rling of GloraL The family 
d forms the residence of the 


fDuntrcalh wiih the house of 
Js. charters under the Cie.it 
onf.lchel. fiomdci..o,„ef,xo) 
ocumcnisto this cfTect in the 


c residence of Doune Castle, 
of .Seolh.nd. It wasselllcd 
th in 1503. and was probably 
hebeingoneof thewiinesses 
Jen, his son William, in 1516, 


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E 40, Pace 35. 
r dower, by Hugh L 
for Z40 and 40 mer 
he said Lord's son's 
■ nnevion, fejr there 
cd lstJune.49S.bet 
alh, stipulating that 
ing, marry Elirabe 
of 1300 mcrks, failin 
ord Montgomery to 
said Archibald. T 
nely end, as he was 
igh Slreet of Edinb 
n, called 'cleanse th 
liiabclh Edmonslon 
amily is descended 
stor of the Dukes of 


E 41, Pace 35. 
scharge by Waller 

Abbot of Paisley (ll 
aret Edmonstone, s 
the said Walter. 1 
nd a daughter 10 St 

now belongs lo an 


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r.ilhgarlney, withll 
oinu.rc of the queen 
with J.imcs iheEou 
nloholdasdepuly, 
cr Ihc battle of Elo.l 




Noi 
rges of tocher,' 
h November 1500 
erks, 'inpart of 

h set on this c 
ig to Douglas, dat 
nslone of Dunlie 
d, shall. Cod wi 

ith her a portion 
e third son of L 

daughters of the 
came to an unlii 
n' Raid 'ill the I 
f Angus and Arra 
er. He left by I 
om the present f 
Diumlanrig. ancc 


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ceilir.ed by a d 
and Robert Shaw 
ractcd with Marg 
heir-apparent lo 
ord Livingslon, a 
and the propcrt> 


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on her mar'ri.ige 

iven loSirW.lh.. 

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There arc discha 
his son, one dated 131 
March 1505, for 95 m 

charter chest, accordi 
and Archib.ald Edmo 
heir of Ihe said Lo 
Archibald, and have v 
failing the second, ll 
Margaret, and Helen 
elTect with John, who 
time in the well know 
factions of the Earls 
a partisan of the lai 
of Eglinlon. from wh 
Sir James Douglas of 


This marriage is 
William Edmonstone, 
in part of tocher, com 
and George, son and 
daughter of Will. am 1 
has been long evlincl 
Duke of Montrose. 


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upon Queen ^^^^gare 
about the same time t 
to Ihc Queen's sai'Jne 





r said Regent, we grant and jive 

umquhile father, conform to the 
the said James nor his airs shall 
rsons, lands, or guids cither throvr 
Parliament otherxvise maid, or to 
ill, anent the whilks we dispense 
persons, givers of the said Band 
hilks we ordain the Lords of our 
ks of Coiinsalc ad pcrpetuam rei 
our said Regent at Dalkeith the 
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nys in Strathcm, in implement of 
lie man William Edinonstone of 
istonc, his son and apparent heir 
one, 'my future wife,' for sums of 
IS7I, by which he settles upon 
fold extent of Ratrenys. To thi» 
r as third Earl of Monuose in the 


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moving us and ou 
to receive the said 

slauchter of his saic 
will and grants tha 
or skaiih in their pr 

standing our Act of 
ns containit therein 
s airs and with the 

by these presents, v 

d register in the bu 
t and subseiibit by 

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m Graham of Ratre 
mc and an honoura 
usdem James Edmo 
ad Marjory Edmons 

dated :6lh March 
male Ii merk land c 
ceded his grandfatlie 

of the Edmonstonc 


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vcs, causes and consideration 
se to the same J.amcs Stewart 
satisfaction in anc part for the 
contr.act and appointment, and 
ncurr any pains, pairel, danger 
ving or giving thereof, notivilh 
aid in the conlrair, or any pa 
the said James Stewart and h 
anrcnt, and their airs fur ever, 
isalc and Sessioun to insert an 
oriam.-Civcn under our sign 
day of .March, and of our rcig 


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of marriage contract beiween 
treath libere tencmentaiium c 
largaret CampMI, his wife, a 
cy contained in the contract 

Master of Gr.-.ham (who succ 
c year) is a witness, with other 






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original indenture at the Abbey of Lindorcs, dated October 14, 14S5, betwixt George, Earl 
of Rothes, and William, Earl of Errol, to the intent that the latter Earl shall marry 
Elizabeth, daughter to the Earl of Roihes, as soon as a dispensation from Rome can be 
obtained, and that if the Earl of Errol desires to marry before the disjicnsalion arrives, 
he shall give security that what costs or expenses arc made previously shall be justly paid. 
A thousand nierks is fixed as the I-ady's portion. The above is the substance of an cxccriil 
taken from the original in the Errol charter chest at Slanes Castle, by Mr. RiddclL 


Note 45, Pace 37. 
There is, however, a bond .at Stirling, -Sih October 1538, between Colin Campbell 
(brolhcr and succev.or to Sir John of Clenorchj) for himself on the part of Christian, 
daughter of the umquhile SirJolin, on the one part, and John Colquhoun of Luss and his 
brother James on the other, by which it was agreed that the said James should marry 
Cbristian Campbell, and the ten pound land of Cursaike be scaled on them by the said 
John Colquhoun ; also that a dispensation be procured for the marriage.' 


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The late Mr. Duchanan of Cainbusmorc, who was related to the Newton family, 
infonned me that he had once seen a pardon to James Edmonstonc for this slaughter, 
but it was unfortunately Inst. The feud, however, between the families long continued ; 
for thirty years after, there is a bond of manrent by Williain Edinonstone to the son of 
Sir James Stewart, by which it appears to be finally settled. The bond is remarkable. 
It is the pcimission of the Earl of Moiton, then Regent, to William Edmonstonc to come 
under an obhg.iliun of luj.ueiil, that is, to suiqiort in all qiiariels, as service to a sujvcrior, 
to Sir J.Tines Stcuin, nolu ilhilanding any Act of Parliament to the contrary. A copy of it 
was given ri.c many jcars a-oby.Mr. Tbu hanan, but the original I liavt^ since seen, which 
was form, rly in the possessiun of the Karl of Moray, but has since passed into other hands. 
It is as follows :- 


' Hex, liy witness, cr.n'enl, and .authority of our right liaist cousin James Erie of 
Moitoun, l.oid Dall.eilh, R>,;uil, to us, our realm, and to whom it is iinderst.ind that for 
the reconciliilicn of the .leully feud and enmity runliaitul tli.oiigb the sLiuihlcr of 
umquhile j..iius Stewart of Il.ilh llarony, f.ither to our wiilbeluvit James Slovart of 
Doune, Knjehl, coiuiniiud by William Edmisloun of D.mlrailh, his fiiends, seivants, and 
complices, and in assjtl.mei.t .-.lul sati^fietion in anc (.art to the said James Slcw.irt, son 
andairofll.c s.,i,| umqi.hiK- J..ii,t s, a.id his fi iuids, there is ane band of maiiient to be 
made and given by the s.iid William Edmi^toun and James Edmisloun,his son and apparent 
air, to the said James Stewart and his ai„, cnnfo.mc to the contract and appointineiil to 
make b-.lvvix the said, parlies anenl the said slauchler, thciifur and for d.veis other 


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mcs Edmonstone, for Sir 
ad, and James, his grand- 
indecd miserable times, 


Ihc Provost and Bailies of 
attend. Mass at Glasgow, 
process was characleristic 
ke sleep some nights and 
.letcd from him.' He waj 


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as seems likely, of 
y connected wilh £ 
nghamofCunningh 
ghamhead. These 
nd family lies. 


TE 51, Pace 45- 

nnelled and tried b 
and seducing olhe 
ance to Ihc I'oi*. 
-was not sufTered 






No 
If Cunningham of Tourlands was, 
thijEcnlleman must have been near 
James's daughter married John Cunn 
son, married the daughter of Cunnin 
dcslruclive alike of personal honour a 


No 
Ogilvic had been previously impa 
Glasgow. He was accused of sajing 
and on his trial he confessed his alleg 
of Ihc age, for, says Calderwood,' 'h 
diys together. His brains being ligl 
of course found guilty and hanged. 


No 
In the Session of the General Ass 
to take into consideration a question 
office of bishop, whcreunto is annexe 
served by voting in Parliament, assis 
lion, and sickhke, what oierlurcthe) 
judiccd by taking away that state, 
thought very weighty, and of great eo 
William Edmonstone. I apprehend, 
but the minister of Catgill, for the K 
to travail in erection of Presb)leries, 
others for Penh and Strathem." Wl 
The following references are fro 
Ja.nes Seaton Reid .— 

lf.(l. Ediiiunstonc of liroadisl 
opposed lo the Irish r>a.el5. Mr. 
Chichester and others lo puichasc 

burgh, dated :isl January 1642. 

The Scotch and Iiiglish armies 1. 
having tulTued a revei>ef..im Ihe hi 
in llio..dislai.d, a .lumber of a fiinll) 
spirit, and llieii w.iim support of the 
niling.lder.oat.eii.l the Genc.l A 
cxisli..g sl.ite of thelnshlVsbjteii 
■ CaKlir^ood-llli.lo.j. vcl. vii. p. 



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esumof iooomerI<»'<of 

rscube, became sureties 
Dunlrealh, Knight, and 
hemselves ; and James, 
Sir James Chisholmc of 
cms of certain letters of 
icn of the father's and 
fl//,rj Jacob Edmonstone 
ber 15S5, under pain of 
for ever, under pain of 


olm Douglas of Mains, 
reathaccused, that wilh 
issill, Malcolm Douglas 
veinber, December, and 
us and Marr and their 

ohn Muschct, how His 
n captive and conveyed 
sc to some strength in 
es, had wilh their com- 
ngthcsa.r.c. Cunning- 
15S2 lo lake the King 
ag enleied into a new 
stone, and h.ving con- 
hblaiicand of Killeain 


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Note 49, Pace 44. 
This mailer is Ihus given in Pilcairn's Criminal Trills :— 
Raid of Ruihven, EeU 9, 1534-5, 18 James the Sixth. Male 
John Cunningham of Drumquhassill, James Edmonstone of Dunl 
Robert Hamillonoflnchn.achan, John Cunningham of Drumquh 
of .Mains, John Muschell, and Waller Douglas, in October, No 
January past, upon the plot l.iid by Ihe somclimc Earls of Ang 
complices for treasonable deeds presently fugitives in England, c 
John Home a/1,1, lilack John, their messenger, and the said J 
Majesly's most noble person al the burning might have Uen take 
to some strength in the isles and borders of this realm, or el 
the isles of Lochlomond, while the said declared traitors, fugiiiv 
pl.ces received his most noble person in their hands and conceal 
ham, having been p.irl.iker in li.e ireasunable allempl in Augus 
captive .-.1 Kulliven llou-e, and pardoned, is indued fur havl 
consj.ir.icy fur seijing on the King. Ihc same as J.iiiies Edino. 
suited will, Janus l;din„n l....e sevc.l limes .at the Kirk of Slra 
upon ihe e.ecullf.n cfllie t iileri.rlsc. 


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an. 30. 1566. 
Knockdoleane and John Sluarl, fia 

sione of that Ilk, James Edmonstc 

dmonslonc of Newton, as princlpa 
alTray,and Harry Lindsay of Kinfa 

r himself, that they should observe 
ber 35, 1507, granted by the chic 
hile Mungo Edmonstone, brother of 
lain within ihe burgh of Stirling in 

of perpctu.a! credit, honour and es 


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of Lennov, of the Ian 
the date at Glasgow 

John Graham of 
for Sir John Edmon 
Jan.es n/.„ Jacob E 
Commendalor of Inc 
Dundome, Kni-l.t, fo 
Slains, dated Novel, 
niolher's side of urr.qi 
of Newton, who was 
perjury, inf.my, and 
5000 mciks. 




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one Sunday when the family were going to the Kirk, and it was inlimitctl 
could not aceoiiipaiiy. he went into the stable and began eating hay »i If I 
not fit to attend public woiship, he ought to live among the cattle. A u 
w other memorials of this remarkable person are preserved. 


NoiE 55. Pace 52. 
a uork called Derriana, relaling chiefly to the famous siege of Londonder 
■as compiled fiom a conlinipf.rary nairatixe by the Rev J. Mackeniie, th 
c given, and it is added, Col. l.dinonslonc's valour was spol.cn highly of. 
cc was useless for want of support. In the notes to the same work is the 
The Armagh manuscript (of the siege of l.onjund.ri)) thus mentions the 
Alexander, and Edmonstone l.aiid of Duntieaih, the latter of whom 
c Fort, 14 April 1OS9, in consequence of diseases contracted in the tter 
enone. wh^re he h.id LJiaved himself w illi great gallanlry and resolution." 
has been staled in note 34 that the remains of this gen:hman were dis 
.ovc those of the Countess of Angus in the Church cf Siiaihblanc in 1S44. 


Note 56, Pace 51. 

e late Sir Walter Scott told me that the Scotls of Ilanvood were a ead 
family, now represented by Lord Polwarth, of which slock himself wa 
as killed at the battle of Dunbar 1650, uhere he commanded a regiment of 

Cromwell. The banner ihe regiment bote at that battle is in my pos 
dair, XV ho, however, dropt her first husband's title, had the management 01 
son during his minority, and would seem to have pos<essed superior ibllii 

by her portrait in the family collection, there was sonulhing very distin 

ir and .appearance. Her mother was Dutch, but I h.ave lost the name, 
re dated April 17, 16C6, Anna Helena (Scott) Adair is to receive jTxxy 

as jointure fioin the Adaii eslates (onl) however ji.iit of what is legally du 
stone assigns to her a jeaily rent charge of /;i(X., 13s. 4d. sterling, for her 
yearly .at the two Feasts of Philip and J.acob, and all Saints; .also, in 

ship, to have any house bclonjMiig to Mr. K. except the tiiansion-h 
nil, to pay rent for l.iiids attached not exceeding thirty acres. The estates 

3rx) for three daughters, the eldest (00, the second 400. the third 300, if l» 

between tlicin, if one. to have the whole. (No mention of younger sons.) 


Note 57. Pace $> 
e Monlgomcries cf Rosi mount weie descended fioti the Fglinton fam 
he sixih l.aiid of lliaidstone, was raised 10 the Irish Peerage as Viseoun 
and the James Montgomery who married F-liiabeth Edmonstone »a> to 
second son of the first Viscount. The third Viscount <vas created Earl of 




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father, Sir John, in the barony of Edna 
other lands in Roxburgh ; also as succc 
portion of Lothian extending from Aven 
in continued descent from ihc lime it w 
of Douglas. This retour is dated Novc 
Andrew was succeeded by his son 
12, iM;. He married Isobcl, d.iughier 
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J. Patrick, married Miss Cox, by 
William, second son of Ajtoun of Inclid 
1843; whose son William Ldmondsloun 
in Ihe Edinburgh Univcrsity,'is now ihc 
5. Gideon, both died unmarried. Liko 
and Margaret, married to Ilcjiburn of 1 

James married .Miss I'ringle of Clif 
and five daughters: Isobcl, married T 
JancI, Violet, Ann, and Palricia. Ann, 

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c William Lyn. He repented, but loo late, of his calum- 
purpose to the King, but the King relented nothing of his 

iriand-;. His anger againsl the Douglas was implacable.' 

e in July 1537.' 
r, James Edmondsloune, and others were tried, lorluicd, 

concerned in the murder of Lord Darnlcy. Who this 
s not appear. There was no proof of iheir guilt brought 

sary in those wicked times.' 

appointed one of the Association to protect King James 

c son, for the fitlier died in 1 56;, as is shown by a precejil 

to have succeeded lo his f.ither John of that Ilk. DurinK 

lan had been summoned to Parliament. 

V styled Sir John of that Ilk, he, with sundry peers, at the 

Murray and the Earl of Huntly, signed a bond of associa- 
his mother', abilicalion. This bond is dated Edinburgh, 
loelaiined a rebel, with others ;-what was the occasion, 

proclamation, does not appear; but in 1589 we find hiin 
ce, by attacking Archibald Wauchope, the young Laird of 

led in Ihc slaughter of the Laird of SliircfThall, and his 

affair was brought lo Iri.al, and Lord Hume, Sir John 
c the pursuers of W.iuchopcw ho, in the meanwhile,cscaped. 

on oranyolher, but in 1591 we find David Edmondsloune 
nil)) and James Lawson of Ilumbic bound for Sir John 

he himself, and all he is obliged lo answer for by the laws 

eace uiidi r ihc pen.dty of /jCxao This is d.ated Kovemher 
Agnes, daughtir of Sir Waller Keir of Cessford, grand- 

irgh, I piesuine this is the 'old I a.ly rdmonstounc' who 

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continues Caldcrwood, 'was on 
nlcA, and confessed his wicked 
rigour, or of his forfeiture of the 
This dreadful tragedy took pla 

In 1567 Captain Hlackate 
and executed f>.r having been 
James Edinondstounc was doe 
forward, but that was not nece 

John Edmond,lo„ne was 
about this time, but iliis was th 
of .7.1/.- <-,.-/j/,i/, declaring John 
his father's lifetime this gentle 

In the )car 1567, being no 
head of which were the Regent 
tion to protect King James on 
1567. In 1587 Sir John wasp 
however, or the result of this 
engaged in a breach of ihe pea 
Niddry, who had been concci 
brother John Ciff.ird.' The 
Edmondstounc.and others, wcr 
Whetherit was upon thisoccas 
of Woolmet (a cadet of the fa 
Edmr.ndstouneofthat Ilk, tl.a 
of re.ilm, shall klip the Km, ;'s 
13,1591. Sir John marriid 
father lo the first L.arl ..f Toxb 
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