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  1. Arms of John Stewart, Prior of Coldingham. John Stewart, Commendator of Coldingham (1531–1563) was a Scottish landowner. He was a son of Elizabeth Carmichael (1514–1550) and James V of Scotland. His mother later married John Somerville of Cambusnethan.

  2. The barony of Coldingham, previously the possession of the Priory, was erected as a temporal lordship, under the Great Seal, dated 16 October 1621, upon John Stewart, second son of Francis Stewart, 1st Earl of Bothwell, who was the last Commendator of Coldingham Priory.

  3. John Stewart, Commendator of Coldingham (1531–1563) was a Scottish landowner. He was a son of Elizabeth Carmichael (1514–1550) and James V of Scotland. His mother later married John Somerville of Cambusnethan.

  4. John Stewart of Coldingham is also identified as the father of Francis Stewart of Coldingham, "grandson of the Earl of Bothwell", who became a trooper in the Scottish Life Guards after the Restoration, gained a captain's commission in the Scots Greys, and commanded the left wing at the Battle of Bothwell Brig in 1679, and died around ...

  5. John Stewart was born in 1594 in Coldingham, Berwickshire, Scotland . John Stewart's father was Frans Stuart Earl van Bothwell Lord Badenoch van Enzie and his mother was Lady Margaret Douglas . His paternal grandparents were John Stuart and Jean Hepburn; his maternal grandparents were David Douglas and Lady Margaret Hamilton.

  6. When John Stewart 1st Lord Darnley Commendator of Coldingham was born in 1531, in Caithness, Scotland, his father, James Stewart King James V of Scotland, was 19 and his mother, Elisabeth Carmichael of Meadowflat - Mistress of James 5th of Scotland, was 16. He married Jean-nic-Patrick Hepburn of Bothwell on 4 January 1562, in Crichton ...

  7. 24 de ago. de 2022 · John Stewart was born around 1594. John was the second son of Francis Stewart and Margaret Douglas. He was the last Commendator of Coldingham Priory and 1st secular feudal Baron of Coldingham. On 16 June 1622 he transferred the barony to his elder brother, Francis.