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Annabel Drummond

Female - Aft 1492


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Annabel Drummond (daughter of John Drummond and Elizabeth Lindsay); died after 1492.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate death: Abt 1500

    Annabel married William Graham on 25 Nov 1479 in Muthill, Perthshire, Scotland. William (son of William Graham and Helen Douglas) was born between 1463 and 1464; died on 9 Sep 1513 in Flodden Field, Northumberland, England. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Children:
    1. Helen Graham

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  John Drummond was born about 1446 (son of Malcolm Drummond and Mariota Murray); died before 18 Dec 1519 in Drummond Castle, Perthshire, Scotland; was buried in Innerpeffray, Perthshire, Scotland.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate birth: of Stobhall, Perthshire, Scotland
    • Alternate death: Abt 4 Aug 1518
    • Alternate death: 1519, Drummond Castle, Perthshire, Scotland

    Notes:

    "Created first Lord Drummond 1487/8, seneschal and coroner of Strathearn, ambassador to England, supported the marriage of the Earl of Angus to Queen Margaret." [The Ancestry of Charles II, citation details below]

    From the 1885-1900 Dictionary of National Biography:

    He sat in parliament 6 May 1471, under the designation of dominus de Stobhall. On 20 March 1473–4 he had a charter of the offices of seneschal and coroner of the earldom of Strathearn, in which he was confirmed in the succeeding reign. In 1483 he was one of the ambassadors to treat with the English, to whom a safe-conduct was granted 29 Nov. of that year; again, on 6 Aug. 1484, to treat of the marriage of James, prince of Scotland, and Anne de la Pole, niece of Richard III. He was a commissioner for settling border differences nominated by the treaty of Nottingham, 22 Sept. 1484; his safe-conduct into England being dated on the ensuing 29 Nov. He was raised to the peerage by the title of Lord Drummond, 29 Jan. 1487–8. Soon after he joined the party against James III, and sat in the first parliament of James IV, 6 Oct. 1488. In this same year he was appointed a privy councillor and justiciary of Scotland, and was afterwards constable of the castle of Stirling. In 1489 the so-called Earl of Lennox rose in revolt against the king. He had encamped at Gartalunane, on the south bank of the Forth, in the parish of Aberfoyle, but during the darkness of the night of 11 Oct. was surprised and utterly routed by Drummond. As one of the commissioners to redress border and other grievances, Drummond had a safe-conduct into England 22 May 1495, 26 July 1511, 24 Jan. 1512–13, and 20 April 1514. In 1514 Drummond gave great offence to many of the lords by promoting the marriage of his grandson, Archibald Douglas, sixth earl of Angus, with the queen-dowager Margaret. Lyon king-at-arms (Sir William Comyn) was despatched to summon Angus before the council, when Drummond, thinking that he had approached the earl with more boldness than respect, struck him on the breast. In 1515 John, duke of Albany, was chosen regent, but because Drummond did not favour the election he committed him (16 July) a close prisoner to Blackness Castle, upon an allegation that he had used violence towards the herald. He was tried capitally, found guilty, and his estates forfeited. However, he was not long in coming to terms with Albany. With other lords he signed the answer of refusal to Henry VIII, who had advised the removal of Albany, to which his seal is affixed, 4 July 1516, and in October he announced his final separation from the queen's party. He was in consequence released from prison and freed from his forfeiture, 22 Nov. 1516.

    John married Elizabeth Lindsay before 1470. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 3.  Elizabeth Lindsay (daughter of Alexander Lindsay and Margaret Dunbar).

    Notes:

    Living 22 Sep 1509.

    Children:
    1. 1. Annabel Drummond died after 1492.
    2. Margaret Drummond died in 1502.
    3. Elizabeth Drummond


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Malcolm Drummond was born in in of Cargill and Stobhall, Perthshire, Scotland (son of Walter Drummond and Margaret Ruthven); died in 1461.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate birth: of Cargill, Perthshire, Scotland
    • Alternate death: 1470

    Malcolm married Mariota Murray after 14 Jul 1445. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 5.  Mariota Murray (daughter of David Murray and Margaret Colquhoun).

    Notes:

    Also called Marion Murray.

    Children:
    1. 2. John Drummond was born about 1446; died before 18 Dec 1519 in Drummond Castle, Perthshire, Scotland; was buried in Innerpeffray, Perthshire, Scotland.

  3. 6.  Alexander Lindsay (son of David Lindsay and Marjory Ogilvy); died in Sep 1453 in Finhaven Castle, Angus, Scotland; was buried in Greyfriars, Dundee, Angus, Scotland.

    Notes:

    4th Earl of Crawford. Called "the Tiger" for his character, and "Beardie" for his facial appearance.

    "Sheriff of Aberdeen, Guardian of the Marches, in league with the Douglas against James II, but submitted with great ceremony and was restored." [The Ancestry of Charles II, citation details below]

    "He had been appointed sheriff of Aberdeenshire by 1450 and as an envoy to England and commissioner of the truce the following year. From 1453 he was also a guardian of the march. Despite his border interests he was also active in the north-east, and probably in the early 1450s entered into a bond with the eighth earl of Douglas and John Macdonald, lord of the Isles. Its terms do not survive, but it was most likely intended to resolve tensions in the region while securing the interests of the subscribers. This alliance of three of the most powerful magnates in the kingdom aroused the suspicion of James II, however, and was the immediate cause of his slaying of Douglas on 22 February 1452. Shortly afterwards, on 18 May, Crawford was defeated by the earl of Huntly at Brechin and fled to Finavon. Although Huntly is said to have 'displayit the kingis banere', the battle may have been as much an extension of a private feud (Huntly had been involved in the hostilities at Arbroath in which Crawford's father was fatally wounded) as a consequence of James's hostility to Crawford. Crawford was forfeited in the parliament which assembled at Edinburgh on 12 June, but he subsequently reconciled his differences with Huntly and his father's foe Bishop Kennedy and, helped by their intercession on his behalf, had been restored to the king's favour by 23 May 1453, when he was made a conservator of a truce with England." [Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, citation details below]

    Alexander married Margaret Dunbar. Margaret (daughter of David Dunbar) was born about 1420; died between Jul 1498 and Jan 1500. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  4. 7.  Margaret Dunbar was born about 1420 (daughter of David Dunbar); died between Jul 1498 and Jan 1500.

    Notes:

    Also called Marjory, Mariota. "Her widowhood was marked by much litigation." [The Ancestry of Charles II, citation details below]

    Children:
    1. 3. Elizabeth Lindsay


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Walter Drummond was born in in of Cargill and Stobhall, Perthshire, Scotland (son of John Drummond and Elizabeth Sinclair); died before 1443.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate death: 1455

    Notes:

    Knighted by James II by 1439.

    Walter married Margaret Ruthven. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 9.  Margaret Ruthven (daughter of William Ruthven).
    Children:
    1. 4. Malcolm Drummond was born in in of Cargill and Stobhall, Perthshire, Scotland; died in 1461.
    2. Walter Drummond was born in in of Ledcrieff, Perth and Kinross, Scotland; died after 1507.

  3. 10.  David Murray was born about 1395 in of Tullibardine, Perthshire, Scotland (son of David Murray and Isabel Stewart); died between 21 Jun 1451 and 15 Jun 1452; was buried in Tullibardine, Perthshire, Scotland.

    Notes:

    Founded Tullibardine Church. Keeper of Methven Castle.

    David married Margaret Colquhoun before 1420. Margaret (daughter of John Colquhoun and Jean Erskine) was born in in of Luss, Argyll, Scotland; died after 1429; was buried in Tullibardine, Perthshire, Scotland. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  4. 11.  Margaret Colquhoun was born in in of Luss, Argyll, Scotland (daughter of John Colquhoun and Jean Erskine); died after 1429; was buried in Tullibardine, Perthshire, Scotland.

    Notes:

    "By tradition the mother of seventeen sons … The arms of Murray impale those of Colquhoun in the church founded by Sir David Murray." [The Ancestry of Charles II, citation details below]

    Children:
    1. 5. Mariota Murray

  5. 12.  David Lindsay (son of Alexander Lindsay and Marjory); died on 17 Jan 1446 in Finavon Castle, Angus, Scotland.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate death: 27 Jan 1446

    Notes:

    3rd Earl of Crawford.

    "David Lindsay third earl of Crawford (d. 1446), had been knighted by 17 September 1425 and witnessed a royal charter as earl on 1 February 1440. During the minority of James II he was associated politically with the Douglas family and he was among those who ravaged the lands of James Kennedy, bishop of St Andrews, in 1445. As a result he was excommunicated; according to a later source, this did not bother him greatly. He died at Finavon Castle on 17 January 1446, having been mortally wounded while attempting to prevent a battle at Arbroath between Lindsay kinsmen and the Ogilvy family, to which his wife, Marjory, belonged. Friction between the two families had arisen after the earl's son Alexander was replaced as justiciar of Arbroath Abbey by Alexander Ogilvy of Inverquharity. […] He had died excommunicate and was not buried until his erstwhile foe Bishop Kennedy lifted the sentence." [Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, citation details below]

    David married Marjory Ogilvy after 26 Feb 1423. Marjory (daughter of Alexander Ogilvy) died after 17 Nov 1478. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  6. 13.  Marjory Ogilvy (daughter of Alexander Ogilvy); died after 17 Nov 1478.

    Notes:

    "Countess Marjory, the daughter of Alexander Ogilvy of Auchterhouse, outlived her husband and endowed a mass on his behalf in the Franciscan church at Dundee. Later chroniclers stated that she smothered her wounded cousin Alexander Ogilvy as revenge for the death of her husband." [Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, citation details below]

    Children:
    1. 6. Alexander Lindsay died in Sep 1453 in Finhaven Castle, Angus, Scotland; was buried in Greyfriars, Dundee, Angus, Scotland.

  7. 14.  David Dunbar was born in in of Auchtermonzie, Fife, Scotland (son of George Dunbar and Cristina Wardlaw); died after 12 Dec 1452.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate birth: of Cairnie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
    • Alternate death: Bef 1444

    Notes:

    "[L]ost a finger pursuing the assassins of James I, granted the barony of Auchtermonzie for his attempted defense of the king." [The Ancestry of Charles II, citation details below]

    "Some time before his father's death he had a grant of the lands of Cockburn and Brigham, in Berwickshire, the latter for life only. It was probably he who, in May 1421, was sent a prisoner to the Tower. On 20 February 1437, when King James I was attacked by his murderers, Sir David rushed to the King's assistance, but was wounded and disabled." [The Scots Peerage, citation details below]

    Children:
    1. 7. Margaret Dunbar was born about 1420; died between Jul 1498 and Jan 1500.