The Stewarts of Campbeltown.
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Some are shown on the pages that follow.A Stewart family tree from Robert II to Aubrey Beauclerk 1317-1802Stewarts of: Atholl & Traquhair Family TreeNEW The Stewart's of Castlemilk, Torrence and Fynart..STEWARTS OF RAIS. 1429 - 1831Stewarts of: Menteith and Ralston Family TreeStewarts of: Lennox, Richmond, Cleveland & Southampton Family TreeStewarts of: Fintalloch, Minto & Garlies Family TreeStewarts of: Ardinho, Ardmaleish, Blairhall, Bute, (also Stuart) Family TreeStewarts of: Innernytie & Grandtully Family TreeThe Stuarts of New Deer, Aberdeenshire. (six generations)Stewarts of Ballintoy. 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A generation lost.The Family Tree for Andrew Alexander Stewart b. 1958The Mackenzies (a tribute to my grandmother Laura Bruce Mackenzie)The GORDON ConnectionThe Chaffey'sThe Morley'sSTUART/WALKER and KNIGHT FamiliesAUSTRALIAN Stewarts/Stuarts Picture GalleryAustralian Cousin Martin Campbell-Stewart and his Cousin Donald Stewart, from Lanark, ScotlandMore Australian STEWARTS (Ancestors of Thomas Dilnot Stewart) b. 1963NEW. The Stewarts from the Isle of Mull to Australia 1699-2002CANADIAN Stewarts/Stuarts Picture GalleryNEW INFORMATION! 1650-1917 Stewarts of Campbeltown to PEI, Canada1725-1808 Peter Stewart. Campbeltown, Argyll to Prince Edward Island, Canada.Charles Stewart. b.1759 d.1813. 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Andrew Stewart b. 1764 Origin of the Kentucky and Ohio Stewarts1902 - The Stewart's of New York (now of Massachusetts )1534 to 1998 Stewarts of UK and VA, TN, GA, TX .From Kintyre to North Carolina 1720.The Stuart's of OhioNEW 2010. More Stewarts (and McKinneys) of PennsylvaniaThe Stewarts of Pennsylvania.1720-1916 Stewarts of Virginia to Vermont (Allan Stewart) Allan's yDNA is a 36/37 match!The Stewart Family of Virginia, West Virginia, and Kentucky AKA The Cowpasture River Stewarts.Stewart's of Virginia and South Carolina1800-2000 The Stewart's of KentuckyNEW Stewarts of Spring Valley California4 letters/memos regarding emigration to America from Campbeltown c. 1774/51914-1918 World War I. Family information and picturesPhoto Gallery, plus B, D and M certificatesSupporting documentation. 1600 to 1700Supporting documentation. 1700 to 1800Supporting documentation. 1800 to 1900Supporting documentation. 1900 to 2000Supporting documentation. 2000 to 2100FAMILY NEWSFamily News. 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The ancient Stewart and Stuart families from branches of;

Bonkyl, Aubigny, Darnley & Lennox.

 

(Including other Stewart/Stuart family research and yDNA information).

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Stuart Coat of Arms


Welcome!

Fàilte!


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From as far back as I can recall, the family and our somewhat mysterious history, have played a major role in my life. My first trip to Ardler, Scotland back in 1959, was with my father Ian Graham MacLeod-Stuart (1911-1971). It was the only time I would ever meet his sister Anne Bruce Mackenzie Stuart (1901-1979), and my father's nurse, Ms. Bella Dargie. From that moment forward, I was "hooked" on my ancestry and always felt that Scotland was "ma tru hame".

NEW. April 2011.

The 1911 census records for Scotland were released this month and the information for my grandfather, grandmother, aunt and father were found, along with a local village girl of 18, named Bella Dargie (see above) who was just a few years later, to become my aunt and fathers nanny! A copy will be posted in due course.

The search for my brothers John Graham MacLeod Stuart and Hamish Graham MacLeod Stuart was where my journey began back in 1983. Since that time, I have managed with the help of many societies, organizations, websites [see Useful Research Links at the end of the navigation bar] and some remarkable individuals, to accumulate a large amount of information, documentation, pictures and commentary, regarding our family from its early known roots in Campbeltown, Argyllshire, to various countries around the globe.

 

Please visit my "diary" page to learn more about my research to the present day.


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 After so many years of searching for living family, my joy is still beyond words. The continuous stream of news, has re-kindled the flame which has burned in my heart for almost 50 years and gave me the incentive to begin this website.  

The High Stewards of Scotland.
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1. Walter the Steward, 1st High Steward of Scotland (d. 1177)

2. Alan Stewart, 2nd High Steward of Scotland (1140-1204)

3. Walter Stewart, 3rd High Steward of Scotland (1198-1246)

  4. Alexander Stewart, 4th High Steward of Scotland (1214-1283)*

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Married Jean of Bute and had issue:

First born son: 

James Stewart, 5th High Steward of Scotland (1243-1309)

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Married Cecilia Dunbar

Through their eldest son James the 5th High Steward, Alexander and Jean were the grandparents of Robert II, the first Stewart to be King of Scots, and thus ancestors of all subsequent Scottish monarchs (see Scottish Monarchs *)

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Second born son:

John Stewart (1245-1298)

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Married the heiress of Bonkyl  

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 STEWART of BONKYL

 Had issue,

seven (7) sons and one (1) daughter, including:

Alexander Stewart 

married Janet Keith of Galston

Had issue,

three (3) sons, including:

John Stewart of Darnley, Seigneur de Aubigny (1365-1429).

(This is our connection to the Royal Stuarts)

The Stewarts of Lennox were a junior branch of the Stewart family; they were not, however, direct male line descendants of Robert II, the first Stewart who became King of Scots, but rather that of his ancestor Alexander Stewart, 4th High Steward of Scotland. In the past, through the means of the Auld Alliance with France, they had adapted their surname to the French form, Stuart. Consequently, when the son of the Earl of Lennox, Henry, Lord Darnley, married the Queen of Scots, Mary I, their son, as the first King of the Lennox branch of the Stewart family, ruled as a Stuart

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He married Elizabeth Lennox.

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LENNOX
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 John Stewart of Darnley, Seigneur de Aubigny (1365-1429)  
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 This line continues to Ludovic Stuart 2nd Duke of Lennox and his illegitimate son
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Lord John Stuart of Methven.
Also made Admiral of the Western Seas of Scotland from Galloway Bay to the Mull of Kintyre by his father Ludovic.
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Scottish Monarchs * (see above)
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 King Robert II (1371-1390)
King James I (1406-1437)

 King James II (1437-1460)

King James III of Scotland (1451-1488) and Margaret of Denmark (1456-1486)
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King James IV of Scotland (1473-1513) and Margaret Tudor (1489-1541) the sister of King Henry VIII
(Margaret Tudor was the grandmother of both Mary Stuart and Henry Stuart Lord Darnley)
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King James V of Scotland (1512-1542) and Mary of Guise (1515-1560)
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Mary Stuart - Queen of Scots  (1542-1587) and her cousin and second husband, Henry Stuart - Lord Darnley (1545-1567).

Their only son was:

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King James Stuart VI of Scotland and I of England (1566-1625)

Based on the evidence of our STEWART/STUART family yDNA, we have matched with four (4) living descendants of King Charles II (grandson of King James Stuart VI of Scotland and I of England shown above) thus confirming our connection to the early Stewart lineage.

  

        

Written and edited by: Charles G MacLeod Stuart.

Some of our Stewart/Stuart family photographs and portraits.

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Major General. David Stewart of Garth. 1772-1829

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Lt. Robert Thompson Stuart 1789-1870

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Archibald Stewart 1792-1851

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Captain Archibald Stewart 1794-1881

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John Stewart b. 1823-1883

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Sept 2010. The missing information for the above is discovered!

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Lachlan Stewart 1830-1886

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James Ewell Brown Stuart 1833-1864

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Joanna Stuart (nee MacLeod) 1838-1894

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John Stewart 1852-1938 in his Masonic apron

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Samuel Lachlan Stewart b.1860

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Mary Amelia Gatter (nee Stewart) 1864-

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John Blair Stewart. 1866-1935

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Rev. Cpt. Archibald Graham Stuart 1866-1936

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Laura Bruce Stuart with her children: Anne Mackenzie Stuart and Ian MacLeod Stuart c. 1913

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Donald Stewart b. 1869 Skipton, Australia.

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John Stuart 1870-1939 and his daughter Mary Marvin Stuart 1905-1924

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Sheila Morley (nee MacLeod Stuart) 1907-2000

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Ian G. MacLeod Stuart 1911-1971

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John Alexander Stuart 1939

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Robert Stewart and Family . Michigan USA

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David Stuart and Family. Ohio, USA

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Hiram Stewart and Family. Alabama, USA

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Jessie, Margaret, Samuel, Charles, Thomas, Ann and Mary Stewart.. New York, early 1875.

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Lachlan Stewart and children. New York, USA

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William Stewart at age 80. b. Campbeltown, Argyll 1814 d. Cache, Utah 1895



DEDICATIONS:


 

This site is dedicated to many members of our family, who lost their lives under tragic circumstances.

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Frances Margaret Stuart (1957-1989) who is pictured here, the sister of Barbara Maud and daughter of John Alexander Stuart 1918-1981 and Joyce Florence 1925-.

Frances was taken from us at 32 years of age in a car accident, while driving near Lagos, Nigeria on February 6th, 1989. Frances was working for the VSO on a two year mission at the time.

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My grandson, George Eric MacLeod Stuart (2010-2010) pictured above.

George was born on January 8th 2010 and died on April 11th, 2010. He lived for only 93 days before being taken from us. His cause of death has been listed as SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome).

"A beautiful ray of sunshine came into our lives for just a brief moment. That light has now gone, but has touched our hearts forever".

If you would like a relative to be remembered here, please let Charles know so they may be added to this section.

Keeping their memory alive in words and pictures, will keep them with us always.


"They will never know old age and their faces will remain forever young, when we remember them".


As this is a constant "work in progress", our children and their children must keep this record of all our families "alive" for future generations and for those who will forever ask the question:

   "What is your name"?


"Dè an t-ainm a tha oirbh"?


To which we can reply;

"We are the Stewart's of Campbeltown"!
                                                              

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CLAN STEWART

 

CREST: A pelican Argent winged Or feeding its young Proper.
MOTTO: Virescit vulnere virtus
TRANSLATION: Courage grows strong at a wound
PLANT: Oak, thistle
GAELIC NAME: Stiubhard
ORIGIN OF NAME: From the High Steward of Scotland

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