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DOUGLAS, James Lord Douglas, 'Good Sir James', 'Black Douglas', Sir
(About 1286-1330)
UNKNOWN, Partner
(About 1305-)
MORAY, Maurice of Drumsargard, Earl of Strathearn, Sir
(About 1300-1346)
DE MENTEITH, Joanna
(About 1305-)
DOUGLAS, Archibald 3rd Earl of Douglas, 'Black Archibald', 'the Grim''
(About 1330-1400)
Joanna Lady of Drumsargard and Lady of Bothwell
(About 1344-Before 1409)
DOUGLAS, Mary
(About 1382-About 1420)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. STEWART, David Duke of Rothesay
2. HALIBURTON, Walter younger of Dirleton, Lord High Treasurer, Sir

DOUGLAS, Mary 2 3

  • Born: About 1382
  • Marriage (1): STEWART, David Duke of Rothesay February 1399 (1400) 1
  • Marriage (2): HALIBURTON, Walter younger of Dirleton, Lord High Treasurer, Sir about 1403 1 2 3
  • Died: About 1420 2 3

   Another name for Mary was DOUGLAS, Marjory.1

   User ID: V843.


Mary married David STEWART Duke of Rothesay, son of John [ruled as Robert III] STEWART King of Scots and Annabella DRUMMOND Queen of Scots, February 1399 (1400).1 (David STEWART Duke of Rothesay was born on 24 October 1378,1 4 died on 26 March 1402 in Falkland, Fife, Scotland 1 and was buried in 1402 in Lindores Abbey, Newburgh, Fife, Scotland 1.)


  Marriage Notes:

"He (David Stewart) was affianced first to Euphemia Lindsay, sister of David, first Earl of Crawford, and then to Elizabeth of Dunbar, daughter of George, Earl of March, but in February 1399-1400 he married Marjory, daughter of Archibald, third Earl of Douglas. He died without issue on 26 March 1402 at Falkland, and was buried at Lindores. He was popularly believed to have been starved to death by his uncle, Robert, Duke of Albany."

from Scots Peerage (vol 1)




"David Stewart, eldest son of King Robert III., was born 24 October 1378; he was probably created Earl of Carrick shortly after his father's succession to the throne, as he is styled 'Comes de Carrick' in a charter to Sir David Lindsay of Glenesk 2 January 1390-91. He was subsequently (28 April 1398) created Duke of Rothesay, and, 28 April 1398, got the earldom of Atholl by charter from his father on 6 September in that year. He married, in 1400, Mary, daughter of Archibald, third Earl of Douglas, and died without issue 26 March 1402."

from Scots Peerage (vol 2)




"He (Archibald Douglas) was the means of breaking off the betrothal of David, Duke of Rothesay, to Elizabeth Dunbar, daughter of George, Earl of March, and he married the Duke to his own daughter Mary." (page 161)

"Mary or Marjory, married in February 1399-1400 to David, Duke of Rothesay, Prince of Scotland, without issue. He died in 1402, and about 1403 she married, secondly, Sir Walter Haliburton, younger of Dirleton, afterwards. Treasurer of Scotland. She died about 1420." (page 163)

from Scots Peerage (vol 3) 1 2 5

Mary next married Sir Walter HALIBURTON younger of Dirleton, Lord High Treasurer, son of Walter HALIBURTON elder, of Dirleton and First WIFE, about 1403.1 2 3 (Sir Walter HALIBURTON younger of Dirleton, Lord High Treasurer was born about 1382 and died before 10 May 1447 3.)


  Marriage Notes:

"He (David Stewart)... in February 1399-1400 ... married Marjory, daughter of Archibald, third Earl of Douglas....His widow married about 1403 Sir Walter Haliburton younger of Dirleton, afterwards Treasurer of Scotland, and died about 1420."

from Scots Peerage (vol 1)




"Mary or Marjory .... married, secondly, Sir Walter Haliburton, younger of Dirleton, afterwards. Treasurer of Scotland. She died about 1420." (page 163)

from Scots Peerage (vol 3)




"He (Walter Haliburton, younger) married, in 1403, Mary, daughter of Archibald, third Earl of Douglas, and widow of David, Duke of Rothesay, eldest son of Robert III. She died about 1420. He had issue ... "

from Scots Peerage (vol 4) 1 2 3

Sources


1 e-books, The Scots Peerage ed. Sir James Balfour Paul vol. 1 (1904).

2 e-books, The Scots Peerage ed. Sir James Balfour Paul vol. 3 (1906).

3 e-books, The Scots Peerage ed. Sir James Balfour Paul vol. 4 (1907).

4 History Scotland, Vol.18 No.5 September /October 2018 "Annabella Drummond: The Patient Queen" by Dr Amy Hayes.

5 e-books, The Scots Peerage ed. Sir James Balfour Paul vol. 2 (1905).


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