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  • ID: I8513
  • Name: James Edmonstone
  • Suffix: of Boyne, and Tulliallan
  • Prefix: Sir
  • Sex: M
  • Note:

    In 1430 James Edmonstone, while still a boy, was amongst the sons of the nobility who were knighted by James I of Scotland at Holyrood during the celebrations which followed the christening of the King's twin infant sons.
    Sir James married firstly Isabella, daughter of Sir John Forester (ancestor of the Lords Forester of Corstorphine) by whom he had a son named John. Secondly he married Janet, daughter of Sir Alexander Napier (ancestor of the Lords Napier) by whom he had two daughters, Elizabeth and Margaret. The estates of Tillyallan, and of Boyne, in Banffshire where divided between them thus went out of the family.
    Sir James was succeeded in the patrimonial estates of Edmonstone and Ednam by his son John.
  • _UID: 7F032604F81B4A78BCD8AC9B27F0C3699F7C
  • Change Date: 20 JUN 2002

    Father: David Edmonstone
    Mother: Agnes Maitland

    Marriage 1 Isabella Forrester
    • Married:
    • Divorced: ABT 1456 1
    1. Has Children John Edmonstone

    Marriage 2 Janet Napier b: ABT 1440
    • Married: ABT JAN 1457
    1. Has Children Elizabeth Edmonstone
    2. Has Children Margaret Edmonstone b: ABT 1473 in Boyne, Banff, Scotland

    1. Type: Web Site
      Title: Stirnet Genealogy
      Author: Patrick Barns-Graham
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