Name: John ?The Scot-Angle? Steward
Prefix: Sir 1
Death: 25 OCT 1415 in Agincourt, France
Cause: Believed to have died in battle 1
Change Date: 14 FEB 2012
JOHN STEWARD, son of Alexander, the fierce, was a second cousin to King Robert II, and was one of the attendants of James Stewart, prince of Scotland, when the boy was to be sent to France in 1402 for safety. The ship carrying the prince was taken by the English, and James was kept a prisoner for many years. John Steward remained in England, and in 1408 he was knighted by King Henry IV.
He was called the Scot-Angle. He fought in the English army in France and is believed to have perished in the battle of Agincourt, 1415.
Father: Alexander ?The Fierce? Steward
- John Steward
- Text: Steward ancestry of Oliver Cromwell.
Based on articles by Peggy Givens.