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This section first uploaded 25.06.07, last major update 12.06.08.
Eustace Maxwell of Tealing
m. (1425) Mary Giffard (dau of Sir Hugh Giffard of Yester)
Mentioned in 'Angus or Forfarshire' (part XIV, 1885, Alex J. Warden), kindly brought to our attention by a contributor (CV, 11.06.08), was ...
1. Robert Maxwell of Tealing (d Arbroath 1445) probably of this generation
  A. William Maxwell of Tealing (a 1463) mentioned by TSP (Scrymgeour of Dundee), probably of this generation
  i. Sir William Maxwell of Tealing (a 1508) mentioned by 'Angus or Forfarshire', probably of this generation
  a. Hugh Maxwell of Tealing father of Alexander, possibly of this generation
  (1) Alexander Maxwell, younger of Tealing
  m. (before 12.09.1540) Helen Bruce (dau of Sir William Bruce, 2nd of Earlshall)
  Probably son of Alexander, though possibly a younger brother, was ...
  (A) Hugh Maxwell of Tealing mentioned by TSP (Hay of Erroll) as heir "apparent of Tealing"
m. (after 05.1579) Elizabeth Butter (dau of John Butter of Gormock, widow of John Hay of Muchalls)
  (i) Marjory Maxwell daughter of Hugh of Tealing, fits here?
  m. (before 23.12.1597) James Elphinstone, 1st Lord Balmerino (b 19.08.1557, d 21.06.1612)
  Probably of this generation were ...
  (B) Thomas Maxwell of Tealing (d by 1584) mentioned by 'Angus or Forfarshire'
  (i) Elizabeth Maxwell
  m. (mcrt 09.1584) Gilbert Strachan, younger of Claypots
  (C) Sir David Maxwell of Tealing mentioned by 'Angus or Forfarshire' as son & heir of Alexander
  m. Helen Gray (dau of Patrick Gray, 4th Lord Gray)
  (i) Hugh Maxwell of Tealing possibly of this generation, but could be the same as Hugh above?
  (a) Helen Maxwell, heiress of Tealing (b c1593, d 27.11.1639) daughter of Hugh of Tealing, fits here?
  m. (1610) George Maxwell of Tealing, younger of Newark
  (2) Grissel Maxwell possibly of this generation
  m. (by 18.06.1548) David Campbell, 1st of Easter Denhead (d by 1572)



This section first uploaded 30.06.07, reviewed 11.11.20..
William de Bellomonte
m. Alice de Drayton (dau of William de Drayton by Gunnora, dau of Robert de Cokefield)
1. William de Bellomonte of Drayton
  m. Alice (dau/coheir of Fulco d'Oyri)
A. Godfrey de Bellomonte of Drayton & Scanning (dsp)
  m1. Cecily de Ferrers (d before 28.07.1290, dau of Hugh de Ferrers of Bugbrooke, son of William, Earl of Derby)
  m2. ??
  B. John de Bellomonte or Beaumont of Drayton & Scanning (d before 24.09.1298)
  m1. ??
  i. Richard de Beaumont of Witnesham
  m. Alice
  a. Joan de Beaumont
  m1. Sir Giles de Breuse (d before 06.02.1310/1)
  m2. Sir Edmund Bacon of Ewelme
  m2. Alice (d 05.03.1314/5, widow of William FitzWarin, m3. John Spring) mentioned in TCP (Dagworth)



This section first uploaded 04.07.07.
Richard Acklom of Wiseton Hall, Nottinghamshire father of Elizabeth, presumed father of Richard & Jonathan
1. Jonathan Acklom of Wiseton father of Anne Elizabeth & Lucy, presumed elder brother of Richard
  m. Mary Constable (dau of Marmaduke Constable of Wassand) wife of Jonathan, presumed mother of ...
  A. Anne Elizabeth Acklom (d 11.06.1813) described in BLG1952 (Nevile of Thornley) as "eldest dau. and co-heir"
  m. (09.05.1797) Christopher Nevile of Thorney (bpt 13.09.1769, d 03.09.1844)
  B. Lucy Acklom
  m. (06.1796) Rev. Charles Constable of Wassand (b 25.04.1773)
2. Richard Acklom of Wiseton Hall
  m. (1785) Elizabeth Bernard (dau of James Bernard)
  A. Esther Acklom (dsp 11.06.1818) described in TCP (Spencer) as "da. and h."
  m. (13.04.1814) John Charles Spencer, 3rd Earl Spencer (b 30.05.1782, dsp 01.10.1845, Chancellor)
3. Elizabeth Acklom (d 14.05.1817)
  m. (24.05.1761) Robert Dalzell (b 1737/8, d 29/31.07.1788)



This section first uploaded 08.12.10, reviewed 02.06.20.
David Mowat of Stenhouse (a temp Robert III who r. 1390-1406)
1. Sir John Mowat of Stenhouse
  A. David Mowat of Stenhouse (a 1465)
  i. Alexander Mowat of Stenhouse (a 1494, 1517)
  a. John Mowat of Stenhouse (a 03.1517)
  (1) Margaret Mowat of Stenhouse (a 03.1517)
  m. James Hamilton of Stonehouse (d 1548)
  b. Margaret Mowat possibly of this generation
m. Sir Robert Hamilton of Fingalton and Preston (d by 1522)
  ii. John Mowat of Knokintebir (a 1465)
  a. John Mowat of Busbie (a 1511, 1529)
  (1) John Mowat possibly father of ...
(A) Charles Mowat of Busbie, last of Knockintebir (d c1577)
  (i) James Mowat (dvp before 12.11.1571)
  (a) James Mowat of Busbie (a 1621)
  m. (before 05.02.1582) Joan Wallace (dau of John Wallace of Dundonald)
  ((1)) James Mowat (dvpsp?)
  ((2)) Jean Mowat
  m. Robert Pollock of that ilk (d 1657)
  (b) Charles Mowat (a 1590, d before 04.04.1626) possibly of this generation
  ((1)) John Mowat of Busbie
  ((A)) Matthew Mowat (a 1659, minister of Kilmarnock)
  (ii)+ other issue - William, Alexander
  b. daughter
  m. William Craufurd of Walstoun
  B. Janet Mowat (d c1458) --
  m. William Somerville, 2nd Lord (d 20.08.1456) --

Main source(s):
(1) For section 1 (Maxwell) : as noted above plus cross-references from elsewhere in the database
(2) For section 2 (Bellomonte) : various web sites (in particular correspondence within Gen-Medieval archives on RootsWeb), kindly brought to our attention by a contributor (OWC, 22.06.07), support by 'The Manors of Suffolk' (WA Copinger, vol 1 (1905), p111)
(3) For section 3 (Acklom) : cross-references from elsewhere in the database
(4) For section 4 (Mowat) : www.cosoft.org/mowat/ with some support/contradiction from 'History of the County of Ayr' (James Paterson, vol 2, 1852, p217-+)
[The section on the Glanvilles of Devon was transferred to Glanville03 on 20.01.09.
The sections on the Carrs of Etal and the Kers of Greenhead were absorbed into Ker05 on 15.05.10.]

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