About Elizabeth Gray
From Darryl Lundy's Peerage page on Elizabeth Bethune:
Elizabeth Bethune 
- F, #109279
- Last Edited=29 May 2008
Elizabeth Bethune was the daughter of Sir John Bethune, 2nd of Creich and Janet Hay.,
She married, firstly, John Stewart, 4th Lord Innermeath, son of Richard Stewart, 3rd Lord Innermeath and Margaret Lindsay, between January 1537 and 1540.
She married, secondly, James Gray, son of Patrick Gray, 4th Lord Gray and Marion Ogilvy, in June 1573. She and James Gray were divorced on 10 June 1581 on the grounds of James' adultery with Elizabeth's niece, Isabel Bethune.
She was also known as Elizabeth Beaton.
From between 1537 and 1540, her married name became Stewart. On 9 March 1566 she was present at the murder of Rizzio, along with Queen Mary.
From June 1573, her married name became Gray.
Child of Elizabeth Bethune and James V Stewart, King of Scotland
- 1. Jean Stewart5 b. bt 1528 - 1542, d. 7 Jan 1587/88
Children of Elizabeth Bethune and John Stewart, 4th Lord Innermeath
- 1. John Stewart d. b 1607
- 2. James Stewart, 5th Lord Innermeath+1 b. bt 1537 - 1539, d. 14 Feb 1585/86
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