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Sir John Stewart of Innermeath (Stewart), Lord of Lorne

Also Known As: "Sir John Stewart", "Lord of Lorn", "Lord John Stewart of Lorn", "Ambassador of England", "lord of lorn"
Birthplace: Innermeath, Perthshire, Scotland
Death: Died in Lorn, Argyllshire, Scotland
Immediate Family:

Son of Robert Stewart of Innermeath, Knight; Isabella Margaret, Countess of Fife, and Angus, Heiress of Hokettle MacDuff and Catherine Stuart
Husband of Isobel MacDougall, of Argyll
Father of Christian Stewart; Isabel Stewart; Robert Stewart, 1st Lord of Lorn; James Stewart, the Black Knight of Lorn; Jean Bruce and 4 others
Brother of Catherine Bethune (Stewart) of Fite and Sir Robert Stewart of Durrisdeer
Half brother of John of Fife Felton; Joan Faucomberge (Felton); Duncan of Fife Felton and Constance Fauconberge (Felton), of Fife

Occupation: Lord of Lorn, Ambassador to England, Knight
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About Sir John Stewart of Innermeath

2nd Lord of Lorn, Lord of Innermeath, Durrisdeer and Grantully.

Sir John Stewart of Innermeath. He exchanged with his brother Robert the lands of Durrisdeer for the lordship of Lorn, to which the latter succeeded through his wife Janet de Ergadia. He is designed Lord of Lorn in 1407. Douglas and the older writers state that his wife was Isobel de Ergadia, daughter and co-heir of Eugene, or John, Lord of Lorn. This has been doubted by Mr. Sinclair and Mr Joseph Bain. But they do not seem to have noticed that his wife's name was certainly Isobel, that she died 21 December 1439, and that her son James, the Black Knight of Lorn, needed a dispensation to allow him to marry the Queen-Dowager Joanna Beaufort, being 'within the third and third and fourth and fourth, and the third and fourth degree of consanguinity and affinity,' relationships which can be reconciled with the statement of Douglas, as the wife of John, Lord of Lorn, was Joanna, daughter of Thomas de Ysak and Matilda, daughter of King Robert I (Bruce). John Stewart, Knight, Lord of Lorn, 'kinsman of Robert, Duke of Albany' and Isabella his wife obtained from Benedict XIII, anti-pope a dispensation dated at Peniscola 23 December 1418 for a plenary indulgence at the hour of death, for licence to choose a confessor, and for a portable altar. He died 26 April 1421. (Scots Peerage, 5:2.) --------------------

  1. Archibald Stewart
  2. Alexander Stewart, of Grandtully
  3. William Stewart
  4. Christian (Christina) Stewart
  5. Isabel Stewart
  6. Jean Stewart
  7. dau. Stewart
  8. dau. Stewart
  9. Janet Stewart
  10. Robert Stewart, of Innermeath and Lorn, 1st Lord, b. 1379
  11. James Stewart, "The Black Knight of Lorn", b. Abt 1383, Innermeath, Argyllshire, Scotland
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Sir John Stewart of Innermeath's Timeline

Innermeath, Perthshire, Scotland
Age 27
Lorn, Argyllshire, Scotland
Age 28
Innermeath and Lorn, Argyllshire, Scotland
Age 28
Lorne, Argyllshire, Scotland
Age 29
Lorn, Argyllshire, Scotland
December 30, 1394
Age 45
Age 45
Innermaeth Scotland
April 21, 1421
Age 71
Lorn, Argyllshire, Scotland