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:-[] 3 Celts & Company • "STEWART of Appin"

Sir John's fourth son, Sir James Stewart of Pierston and Warwickhill, Ayrshire, who fell at Halidon Hill 1333, became ancestor to several important lines, including the Stewart Lords of Lorn, and those of Atholl. The Appin Stewart clan sprang from the last Lord Lorn, who died in 1469.

Septs: CARMICHAEL, CLAY, COMBE, COMBICH, COMBIE, CONLAY, CONLEY, DONLEVY, LEAY, LEVACK, LIVINGSTON, LIVINGSTONE, LORNE, MACCLAY, MACCLEAY, MACCOLL, MACCOMBE, MACCOMBICH, MACCOMBIE, MACCOMIE, MACDONLEAVY, MACKINDLAY, MACKINLAY, MACKINLEY, MACLAE, MACLAY, MACLEA, MACLEAY, MACLEW, MACMICHAEL, MACNAIRN, MACNUCATOR, MACROB, MACROBB, MITCHELL, MITCHELSON, ROBB, WALKER

"STUART of Appin." Scots Kith and Kin and Illustrated Map Revised Second Edition. Edinburgh, SCOT: Clan House, c.1970. p.81,82. Print.

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# 17 - Stewart of Appin - 12/05/2013 - 14:21 - - - Scotland
:-[] 3 Celts & Company • "STEWART of Atholl"

The first Stewart earl of Atholl was John of Balveny, son of Sir James Stewart 'Black Knight of Lorn' and Jane, widow of King James I of Scotland. But, around the same time, most of the Atholl clan sprang from five sons of Sir Alexander Stewart, fourth son of Robert II, and most markedly remembered as the fierce 'Wolf of Balenoch,' who died 1404.

Septs: CONACHER, CRUICKSHANK, CRUICKSHANKS, CRUIKSHANK, DUILACH, GARROW, GRAY, LARNACH, LARNACK, MACGARROW, MACGLASHAN

"STEWART of Atholl." Scots Kith and Kin and Illustrated Map Revised Second Edition. Edinburgh, SCOT: Clan House, c.1970. p.82. Print.

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# 16 - Clan Stewart - 12/05/2013 - 13:56 - - - Scotland
:-[] 3 Celts & Company • "STUART of Bute"

The beautiful Isle of Bute formed part of the domain of Walter, the first High Steward, and remained a Stewart possession except for a brief Norse occupation. But only after 1385 did a family branch become established there, when Sir John Stewart a son of King Robert II was appointed hereditary Sheriff of Bute and Arran: and his descendants still hold the marquisant of Bute.
The spelling Stuart originated with some Stewarts living in France where the alphabet has no 'w.' Adopted there also by Mary Queen of Scots, it became fashsionable when she continuied using it on her return. Steuart was a compromise between the two forms.

Septs: BALLANTYNE, BANNATYNE, CAW, FULLARTON, FULLERTON, GLASS, HUNTER, JAMESON, JAMIESON, LEWIS, LOY, MACCAA, MACCAMMIE, MACCAW, MACCLOY, MACCURDY, MACELHERAN, MACKERRON, MACKIRDY, MACLEWIS, MACLOUIS, MACLOY, MACMUNE, MACMURTRIE, MALLOY, MILLOY, MUNN, NEILSON, SHARP, SHARPE

"STUART of Bute." Scots Kith and Kin and Illustrated Map Revised Second Edition. Edinburgh, SCOT: Clan House, c.1970. p.82. Print.

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# 15 - Clan Stewart - 12/05/2013 - 13:30 - - - Scotland

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