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This section first uploaded 27.03.18.
John le Baron (a c1100?)
m. Jane (sister of Sir Martin of Fisacre)
1. Eustachius le Baron
  A. John le Baron
  i. Thomas le Baron
  a. William le Baron (dsp)
  B. Elias le Baron
  i. Agnes le Baron
  m. John Folkroy

 

 

This section first uploaded 27.03.18.
William de Cruce (a c1100?)
m. Katherine (dau/sister of Sir William Crespyn) Vivian (Devon) says sister, Vivian (Cornwall) says daughter
1. John de Cruce
  m. Isabell
  A. Andrew de Crosse
  m. Agath(a)
  i. Margery de la Crosse
  m. Raph Grave at Crosse
  a. Katherine Grave
  m. William Champe or Champernon
  (1) Margarie Champernon
  m. William Folkray or Folkeroy
  b. Thomasin Grave
  m. Robert Sporier of Bristol

 

 

This section first uploaded 27.03.18.
Ralph of Dolbeare alias Dyoldbeare (a 1287)
1. Richard de Dolbeare (a 1329)
  A. John Dolbeare (a 1393)
  m. Jane Purcomb (dau/heir (by Joane) of John Purcomb son of Robert)
  i. John Dolbeare (a 1409)
  m. Thomazin
  a. Margaret Dolbeare
  m. John Hackmore of Buckyate (d 08.1507)
  b. Isabell Dolbeare (dsp)
  m. William Burgin

 

 

This section first uploaded 09.06.20.
Alexander Muir of Bruntwood father of Margaret, possibly also of
1. William Muir of Bruntwood father of Janet, possibly also of
  A. William Muir of Bruntwood
  m. (1681) Elizabeth Campbell (dau of Mungo Campbell of Netherplace) wife of William, possibly mother of ...
  i. Elizabeth Muir
  m. (1706) Robert Montgomerie of Bogston (a 1714, cousin)
  ii. Marion Muir
  m. (1716) William Campbell of Auldhouseburn (cousin)
  B. Janet Muir
  m. (1682) Matthew Montgomerie of Bogston
2. Margaret Muir
  m. John Campbell of Auldhouseburn (a 1685)

 

 

This section first uploaded 12.06.20.
Dugald Stewart (minister of Rothsay)
m1/2. Christian or Helen Aird (dau of Adam Aird of Nether Catrine)
m2/1. Janet Bannatyne (dau of Ninian Bannatyne of Gardrum)
Paterson reports that "it is known by tradition that one of (Adam Aird's) daughters married the Rev. Mr Stewart of Rothsay, (minister there,) and that Professor Mathew Stewart, of Edinburgh University, was the offspring of that marriage. The Professor succeeded to the estate of Nether Catrine, but whether by purchase or in right of his wife, does not appear. He ... had Dugald Stewart, Professor of Moral Philosophy in the same University". HOWEVER, Maclehose reports that "Ninian (Bannatyne) of Gardrum, who ... had a daughter (who married the Rev. Dugald Stewart, and they had a son Matthew, Professor in Edinburgh, whose son was the famous Dugald Stewart, Professor of Moral Philosophy in Edinburgh". Paterson notes that Rev. Stewart "was perhaps twice married". Wikiepdia ("Matthew Stewart (mathematician)") identifies Mathew'a mother as Janet Bannatyne.
1. Matthew Stewart of Nether Catrine (b 15.01.1717, d 23.01.1785, professor in Edinburgh, mathematician, minister)
  m. Marjory Stuart (dau of Archibald Stuart or Stewart (WS), cousin)
  A. Dugald (Dougal) Stewart of Nether Catrine (b 22.11.1753, d 11.06.1828, professor in Edinburgh, philosopher & mathematician)
  m1. (1783) Helen Ballantyne (d 1787, dau of Neil Ballantyne of Glasgow, "a distant cousin")
  Wikipedia suggests that Dugald's first marriage produced a son, Matthew, whilst his second mariage produced a son (who d 1809) and a daughter. (Margaret?)Paterson suggests that the 2nd marriage was sp (sb sps?) and the first produced Matthew & Margaret.
  i. Matthew Stewart of Nether Catrine (b 1784, d 29.05.1851, Lt. Colonel)
  ii. Margaret Stewart possibly dau of Helen Cranstoun
  m. Rev. Thomas Millar or Miller of Cumnock
  m2. (26.07.1790) Helen D'Arcy Cranstoun (dau of Hon. George Cranstoun)
  iii. son (dvp 1809)
  B. daughter
  m. Patrick Miller (b 1782, d 1871, physician)

 

 

This section first uploaded 12.06.20.
John Campbell of Clewis (a 1512)
1. ?? Campbell
  A. ?? Campbell
  Uncertain on number of intervening generations.
  i. ?? Campbell
  a. James Campbell of Clewis (d by 1621)
  m. Janet Mitchell (dau of John Mitchell of Dalgain)
  (1) John Campbell of Clewis (a 1643) presumed father of ...
  (A) Robert Campbell of Clewis (a 1648) presumed father of ...
  (i) John Campbell of Clewis (d by 1681)
  (a) John Campbell of Clewis (a 1681) presumed father of ...
  ((1)) James Campbell of Clewis
  ((A)) son (bpt 1747)

Main source(s):
(1) For le Baron : Visitation (J.L. Vivian (1895), Devon, 1531+1564+1620+additions, 'Hockmore of Buckland Baron', p471)
(2) For de Cruce : Visitation (J.L. Vivian (1895), Devon, 1531+1564+1620+additions, 'Hockmore of Buckland Baron', p471), Visitation (J.L. Vivian (1887), Cornwall, 1530+1573+1620+additions, 'Herle of Prideaux Herle', p219)
(3) For Dolbeare : Visitation (J.L. Vivian (1895), Devon, 1531+1564+1620+additions, 'Hockmore of Buckland Baron', p471)
(4) For Muir : cross-references from elsewhere in the database
(5) For Stewart : 'History of the County of Ayr' (James Paterson, vol 2, 1852, p426), 'The Old Country Houses of the Old Glasgow Gentry' (James Maclehose, 2nd edition (1878), 'Milheugh'), Wikipedia ("Dugald Stewart" and connected articles)
(6) For Campbell : 'History of the County of Ayr' (James Paterson, vol 2, 1852, p428)
[The section on Inglis of Cramond has been moved to Inglis1; that on Boyd to Boyd3; that on Baillie to Baillie4.]
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