John Stewart, 3rd of Stix

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John Stewart of Stix

Death: Died in Ballechin, Perthshire, Scotland
Immediate Family:

Son of Sir John Stewart of Stix and Muriel Sutherland
Husband of Matilda Johnston
Partner of unknown mistress of John Stewart of Stix
Father of John Stewart and Alexander Stewart
Brother of William Stewart, 2nd of Stix; James Stewart, of Stix and Patrick Stewart, 4th of Stix & 1st of Ballechin
Half brother of John Oliphant of Dron

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About John Stewart, 3rd of Stix

Married Matilda Johnson, widow of Sir John Rattray of that Ilk (died at the Battle of Flodden 1513).


"Conclusion: father of John Stewart (d before 1561) by an unknown mistress"

  • 3 Nov 1536 1. Instrument of sasine following on precept, 31 October 1536, by John, earl of Atholl, to John Stewart of Stukkis and Matilda Johnsoun, his spouse, of lands of Meddilstukis, Rynychtnuik, Bowlande, Drowne of Stukis, Croftmoran, Garff in Glenqueycht with mill, according to tenor of old infeftment, in favour of deceased John Stewart, kt., father of said John Stewart, and resigned by him in hands of said John, earl of Athole, for new infeftment, 3 November 1536. Notary: James McGregor (Gregorii), priest, Dunkeld diocese. Witnesses: Gregor Williamsoun, John McYnla, William Jonsoune, Donald McCay, Malcolm McLiesch, William Maxtoun, and Donald McCondoquhy.
  • 7 Dec 1536  [4]  GD112/2/147/2  2. Charter by John, earl of Atholl, in favour of John Stewart of Stukis and Matilda Johnesoune, his spouse, in lands of Meddilstukis, Rynnychtnuik, Borland, Drowne of Stukis, Croft Morane, Garff in Glenqueicht with mill, in earldom of Atholl, sheriffdom of Perth, 7 December 1536. Signed by granter. Seal damaged on tag. Witnesses: Archibald Campbell of Glenlyon, masters and sirs James Cramby, vicar of Telling, John Aisoune in Tulymat and sir Christopher Reocht and sir Robert MakNair, vicars of Killin and Litle Dunkeld.


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November 5, 1559
Ballechin, Perthshire, Scotland
Perthshire, Scotland