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51 Acceded: 1357 STEWART, John, 1st Earl of Atholl, (P6882)
 
52 Acceded: 14 Aug 1390, Scone Abbey, PerthshireInterred: Paisley Abbey, RenfrewshireChanged his name from John to Robert on ascending to the throne.reigned but too injured by kick from horse to rule.Weir says died at Dundonald Castle, Ayrshire.
Acceded: 14 Aug 1390, Scone Abbey, PerthshireInterred: Paisley Abbey, RenfrewshireChanged his name from John to Robert on ascending to the throne.reigned but too injured by kick from horse to rule.Weir says died at Dundonald Castle, Ayrshire. 
STEWART, Robert III, (John) of Scotland, King of Scotland, (P1418)
 
53 Acceded: 1443
The Complete Peerage vol.IV.p,436. Murdered by the King himself.The Complete Peerage vol XIV,p.273 
DOUGLAS, William, 8th Earl of (P6878)
 
54 Acceded: 1513
Taken prisoner by the Laird of Pardovan and murdered in cold blood bySir James Hamilton of Finnart after trying to rescue the King.The Complete Peerage vol.VI,pp.596-597. 
STEWART, John, Earl Lennox III (P6890)
 
55 Acceded: 1526Regent of Scotland. The early part of his life was passed in the service ofthe crown of France in the wars of Italy. He returned home on the death ofJames V. He took French nationality in 1537, and from this date the French(Stuart) spelling of the name derives. Killed in an attack on Prliament.The Complete Peerage vol.VII,pp.597-599. STUART, Matthew, 4th Earl Lennox (P6895)
 
56 Acceded: 21 Sep 1513, Chapel Royal, Stirling CastleInterred: Holyrood Abbey, Edinburgh, ScotlandBuke seem to think Madeline was Mary's mother, but others say it was Mary.Some say died 1547. STUART, James V of Scotland, King of Scotland, (P6912)
 
57 Acceded: 25 Dec 1066, Westminster Abbey, London, England
Interred: St Stephen Abbey, Caen, Normandy
Notes:Reigned 1066-1087. Duke of Normandy 1035-1087. Invaded England defeated and killed his rival Harold at the Battle of Hastings and became King. The Norman conquest of England was completed by 1072 aided by the establishment of feaudalism under which his followers were granted land in return for pedges of service and loyalty. As King William was noted for his efficient if harsh rule. His adminstration relied upon Norman and other foreign personnell especially Laufranc Archbishop of Canterbury. In 1085 started Domesday Book.
Acceded: 25 Dec 1066, Westminster Abbey, London, England
Interred: St Stephen Abbey, Caen, Normandy
Notes:Reigned 1066-1087. Duke of Normandy 1035-1087. Invaded England defeated and killed his rival Harold at the Battle of Hastings and became King. The Norman conquest of England was completed by 1072 aided by the establishment of feaudalism under which his followers were granted land in return for pedges of service and loyalty. As King William was noted for his efficient if harsh rule. His adminstration relied upon Norman and other foreign personnell especially Laufranc Archbishop of Canterbury. In 1085 started Domesday Book. 
William I the Conqueror, King of England (P5896)
 
58 Acceded: 25 Jul 1603, Westminster Abbey, London, EnglandInterred: Westminster Abbey, London, EnglandJames VI of Scotland from 1567. Burke says he married Anne on 20 Aug 1590.The Complete Peerage vol.VII,p.600. STUART, James I, King of Britain (P6903)
 
59 Acceded: 26 Jun 1488, Scone Abbey, PerthshireHis wife petitioned for divorce in 1514 on the grounds her husband was alive and in the Holy Land. His body was kept in a lumber room at Richmond Palace in thereign of Henry VIII.
Acceded: 26 Jun 1488, Scone Abbey, PerthshireHis wife petitioned for divorce in 1514 on the grounds her husband was alive and in the Holy Land. His body was kept in a lumber room at Richmond Palace in thereign of Henry VIII. 
STUART, James IV of Scotland, King of Scotland, (P6144)
 
60 Acceded: 9 Sep 1543, Stirling CastleInterred: 1612, Westminster Abbey, London, EnglandDeposed 1567, executed 2587 - Burke says 1586Her rules was opposed by a confederation of Scottish nobles, headed by herbastard brother, the Regent Moray, and to these she was forced to surrenderat Carberry Hill 15 Jun 1567. The Queen was compelled to sign a formalresignation of the crown to her son James. She escaped and fought the battleof Langside 13 May 1568. She fled to England but was captured and executedafter 19 years in prison.
 
STUART, Mary "Queen of Scots", Queen of Scotland (P6902)
 
61 Acceded: 989 Robert of Evereaux, Count, Bishop of Rouen (P5869)
 
62 Accopanied Henry II into Ireland,created hereditary Chief Butler of Ireland1177was granted Baggotrath, Co. Dublin, and the Stein River lands around what is now Trinity College Dublin, founded Abbey of Owney, Abington, Co. Limerick c. 1196, built Nenagh Castle, Nanagh, Co. Tipperary, c. 1200.
Accopanied Henry II into Ireland,created hereditary Chief Butler of Ireland1177was granted Baggotrath, Co. Dublin, and the Stein River lands around what is now Trinity College Dublin, founded Abbey of Owney, Abington, Co. Limerick c. 1196, built Nenagh Castle, Nanagh, Co. Tipperary, c. 1200. 
FITZWALTER, Theobald (P5671)
 
63 Age 80 yrs. PHILPOT, Elizabeth (P5562)
 
64 age 81 yrs. GIBBON, Thomas (P5560)
 
65 Agnes or Margaret Scott and Sir John Home divorced. HOME, John, of Renton, Sir, (P9308)
 
66 aka Constance of ProvenceSome sources give her date of death as 1032.
aka Constance of ProvenceSome sources give her date of death as 1032. 
Constance of Arles (P7702)
 
67 Also called Margaret. Some say died 1488. DOUGLAS, Beatrix 'Fair Maid of Galloway' (P6727)
 
68 Alumni Cantabrigienses Source (S460058452)
 
69 Ancestor of Dukes of Marlborough SPENCER, George, 4th Duke of Marlborough (P5952)
 
70 Ancestor of Earls of Ancram, Earls of Lothian and Marquesses of Lothian.The family seat is still Ferniehirst (or Ferniehurst) Castle, Jedburgh, Roxburghshire. KERR, Robert, 1st Earl of Ancram, (P6058)
 
71 Ancestor of Kerr of Ancram, Roxburghshire.

He was assassinated in Edinburgh, Dec 1590, by his cousin Robert Ker, the future 1st Earl of Roxburghe.
Ancestor of Kerr of Ancram, Roxburghshire. 
KERR, Robert, of Ancram and Woodheid, (P6050)
 
72 Anglican Parish Records Source (S460058547)
 
73 Ann Cooke's given name is also seen as Jane. COOKE, Anne (P8639)
 
74 Ann Cooke's given name is also seen as Jane. COOKE, Anne (P8639)
 
75 Associated with Isabella Strathbogie
Acceded: 2 May 1316
Died: 14 Oct 1318, Battle of Dundall, Ireland

Lord of Galloway, Earl of Carrrick

 
BRUCE, Edward, King of Ireland, (P1482)
 
76 Associated with Joan Hill [his mistress]he left no legitimate childrenhe had illegitimate issue by Joan HillCharles Somerset, 1st Earl of Worcester, born c.1460 BEAUFORT, Henry, 2nd Duke of Somerset (P6169)
 
77 Bienfaite; Orbec; Clare: Tonbridge
Bienfaite; Orbec; Clare: Tonbridge 
CLARE, Richard FitzGilbert de (P5846)
 
78 Board of Trade: Commercial and Statistical Department and successors: Inwards Passenger Lists Source (S460058454)
 
79 bur in the old St. Paul's Cathedral, London. PLANTAGENET, Blanche of Lancaster, Countess of Derby, (P6157)
 
80 Buried in the State Cemetery HUNTER, William Lockhart (P3572)
 
81 Burke‚Äôs Family Records Source (S460058540)
 
82 Butler dynasty
Earls, Marquesses and Dukes of Ormonde
The Butler Society Butler pedigree
Butler surname discussion forum 
BUTLER, James, 1st Earl of Ormonde (P5673)
 
83 Calendar of the Grants of Probate and Letters of Administration made in the Probate Registries of the High Court of Justice in England Source (S460058444)
 
84 Came to Galway 1230 but was repelled by the native Irish, seized Galway Castle 1232, re-built it as a stone castle in 1232, lost Galway Castle to the Irish 1233, re-took it 1235, conquest of Connacht complete 1235, died on a campaign with henry III in France, 17 Feb 1242 (at the time regarded as end of 1241, age 41 yrs.

Launched Norman conquest of Connacht 1226, took control of a large area, returned to Dublin in 1228. 
DEBURGH, Justiciar of Ireland Richard Mor, 1st Baron of Connacht, de (P1465)
 
85 Captain of the ill fated S.S.Central America HERNDON, Capt. William Lewis (P7938)
 
86 Captain of the ill fated S.S.Central America HERNDON, Capt. William Lewis (P7938)
 
87 Cemetery Records Source (S460058585)
 
88 Cemetery Records of Macon County, Missouri Source (S460058499)
 
89 Census of Ireland 1901/1911 Source (S460058584)
 
90 Census Returns of England and Wales, 1871 Source (S460058447)
 
91 Census Returns of England and Wales, 1881 Source (S460058441)
 
92 Census Returns of England and Wales, 1891 Source (S460058446)
 
93 Census Returns of England and Wales, 1901 Source (S460058445)
 
94 Census Returns of England and Wales, 1911 Source (S460058460)
 
95 Church of England Parish Registers, 1538-1812 Source (S460058535)
 
96 Citation for West Virginia, Deaths Index, 1853-1973
John Wesley Hunter
d. 16 Jun 1971
dp. Kanawha, West Virginia
married
male
f. James Hunter
m. Martha Jane Meadows
sp. Honor Nettie Herndon
FHL Film Number 2114466
Wills and Probates John Wesley Hunter-1971
 
HUNTER, John Wesley (P15)
 
97 Clare: Tonbridge: Cardigan
Clare: Tonbridge: Cardigan 
CLARE, Richard FitzGilbert, Lord of Clare, de (P5824)
 
98 Commanded Point Pleasant Militia.  ARBUCKLE, Captain Matthew (P7103)
 
99 Count of Brionne, Count of Eu CRISPIN, Gilbert (P8517)
 
100 Count of Brionne, Count of Eu CRISPIN, Gilbert (P8517)
 

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