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About Elizabeth Lindsay, of Crawford
- Elizabeth Lindsay1,2
- F, #18030, d. after 22 September 1509
- Father Sir Alexander Lindsay, 4th Earl Crawford d. Sep 1453
- Mother Margaret Dunbar d. bt Jul 1498 - Jan 1499
- Elizabeth Lindsay married John Drummond, 1st Lord Drummond, son of Sir Malcolm Drummond, Lord Stobhall & Cargill and Mariot Murray.2 Elizabeth Lindsay died after 22 September 1509.
- Family John Drummond, 1st Lord Drummond b. c 1438, d. 1519
- Elizabeth Drummond+ d. a 21 Aug 1514
- Beatrix Drummond+
- Margaret Drummond+2 d. May 1502
- Eupheme Drummond+ d. May 1502
- Annabel Drummond+ d. a 1492
- Malcolm Drummond3 d. b 1519
- William Drummond, Master of Drummond+4 d. bt Jul 1503 - Jul 1504
- Sibylla Drummond5 d. 1502
- Sir John Drummond, 1st Laird of Innerpeffray+6 b. c 1460
- 1.[S5308] Unknown author, Magna Charta Sureties, 1215, 4th Ed., by F. L. Weis, p. 54.
- 2.[S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. I, p. 671.
- 3.[S11586] The Scots Peerage, Vol. VII, edited by Sir James Balfour Paul, p. 42.
- 4.[S11568] The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain, and the United Kingdom, by George Edward Cokayne, Vol. IV, p. 469-470.
- 5.[S11586] The Scots Peerage, Vol. VII, edited by Sir James Balfour Paul, p. 45.
- 6.[S11586] The Scots Peerage, Vol. VII, edited by Sir James Balfour Paul, p. 41-45.
- From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p600.htm#i18030
- Lady Elizabeth Lindsay1
- F, #4804, d. after 22 November 1509
- Last Edited=19 Feb 2011
- Consanguinity Index=0.02%
- Lady Elizabeth Lindsay was the daughter of Alexander Lindsay, 4th Earl of Crawford and Margaret Dunbar.1 She married John Drummond, 1st Lord Drummond, son of Sir Malcolm Drummond and Mariot Murray, in 1462.2,3 She died after 22 November 1509.
- From 1462, her married name became Drummond.2,3
- Children of Lady Elizabeth Lindsay and John Drummond, 1st Lord Drummond
- 1.Beatrix Drummond+
- 2.William Drummond, Master of Drummond+ d. 1490
- 3.Annabella Drummond+
- 4.Margaret Drummond+ d. 1502
- 5.Elizabeth Drummond+1 d. a 21 Aug 1514
- 6.Euphemia Drummond3 d. 1501
- 7.Sybilla Drummond3 d. 1501
- 8.Malcolm Drummond3 b. c 1463, d. 1470
- 9.Sir John Drummond, 1st of Innerpeffray+3 b. c 1500
- 1.[S2] Peter W. Hammond, editor, The Complete Peerage or a History of the House of Lords and All its Members From the Earliest Times, Volume XIV: Addenda & Corrigenda (Stroud, Gloucestershire, U.K.: Sutton Publishing, 1998), page 27. Hereinafter cited as The Complete Peerage, Volume XIV.
- 2.[S6] G.E. Cokayne; with Vicary Gibbs, H.A. Doubleday, Geoffrey H. White, Duncan Warrand and Lord Howard de Walden, editors, The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, Extant, Extinct or Dormant, new ed., 13 volumes in 14 (1910-1959; reprint in 6 volumes, Gloucester, U.K.: Alan Sutton Publishing, 2000), volume IV, page 469. Hereinafter cited as The Complete Peerage.
- 3.[S1224] Derek Hughes, "re: 1st Lord Drummond," e-mail message to Darryl Lundy, 22 December 2004, 13 February 2005 and 2 March 2005. Hereinafter cited as "re: 1st Lord Drummond."
- From: http://www.thepeerage.com/p481.htm#i4804
- John Drummond, first Lord Drummond (died 1519), was a Scottish statesman.
- Drummond, ninth successive knight of his family, was the eldest son of Sir Malcolm Drummond of Cargill and Stobhall, Perthshire, by his marriage with Mariota, eldest daughter of Sir David Murray of Tullibardine in the same county. He sat in parliament 6 May 1471, under the designation of Lord of Stobhall. On 20 March 1473–4 he had a charter of the offices of seneschal and coroner of the earldom of Strathearn,in which he was confirmed in the succeeding reign. In 1483 he was one of the ambassadors to treat with the English King, with a safe-conduct (passport) granted 29 November of that year; again, on 6 August 1484, to treat of the marriage of James, Prince of Scotland, and Anne de la Pole, niece of Richard III. He was a commissioner for settling border differences nominated by the treaty of Nottingham, 22 September 1484; his safe-conduct into England being dated on the ensuing 29 November.
- James III of Scotland took the office of Steward of Strathearn from Drummond in September 1475, making him his enemy. Although Dummond was raised to the peerage by the title of Lord Drummond, 29 January 1488, soon after he joined the rebel party against James III, and he sat in the first parliament of James IV, 6 October 1488.
- In this same year he was appointed a privy councillor and justiciary of Scotland, and was afterwards constable of the castle of Stirling. In 1489 John Stewart, 1st Earl of Lennox, rose in revolt against the king. He had encamped at Gartalunane, on the south bank of the Forth, in the parish of Aberfoyle, but during the darkness of the night of 11 Oct. was surprised and utterly routed by Drummond. As one of the commissioners to redress border and other grievances, Drummond had a safe-conduct into England 22 May 1495, 26 July 1511, 24 Jan. 1513, and 20 April 1514.
- In 1514 Drummond gave great offence to many of the lords by promoting the marriage of his grandson, Archibald Douglas, sixth earl of Angus, with the queen-dowager Margaret. The Lord Lyon King of Arms (Sir William Comyn) was despatched to summon Angus before the council at Stirling Castle, when Drummond, thinking that he had approached the earl with more boldness than respect, struck him on the breast. In 1515 John Stewart, Duke of Albany, was chosen Regent of Scotland, but because Drummond did not favour the election he committed him (16 July) a close prisoner to Blackness Castle, upon an allegation that he had used violence towards the herald He was tried capitally, found guilty, and his estates forfeited. However, he was not long in coming to terms with Albany. With other lords he signed the answer of refusal to Henry VIII, who had advised the removal of Albany, to which his seal is affixed, 4 July 1516, and in October he announced his final separation from the queen's party. He was in consequence released from prison and freed from his forfeiture, 22 November 1516.
- He died at Drummond Castle, Strathearn, in 1519, and was buried in the church of Innerpeffray. He was succeeded by his great-grandson David. In Douglas's ‘Peerage of Scotland’ (ed. Wood, ii. 361) Drummond is absurdly stated to have married ‘Lady Elisabeth Lindsay, daughter of David, duke of Montrose.’ His wife was Elizabeth Lindsay, daughter of Alexander Lindsay, 4th Earl of Crawford, and by her he had three sons and six daughters. Malcolm, the eldest son, died young; David, master of Drummond, is not mentioned in the pedigrees, but is now believed to have been the chief actor in the massacre of members of the Murrays at Monivaird Church (Monzievaird), for which he was executed after 21 Oct. 1490. William was living in March 1503; and John was ancestor of the Drummonds of Innerpeffray and of Riccarton.
- Of the daughters, Margaret Drummond, mistress of James IV, was poisoned in 1501; Elizabeth married George Douglas, Master of Angus, and was great-grandmother of Henry, Lord Darnley, Beatrix, it has been said, married James Hamilton, 1st Earl of Arran; Annabella married William Graham, 1st Earl of Montrose; Eupheme, the wife of John Fleming, 4th Lord Fleming, was poisoned in 1501; and Sibylla shared a like fate, the sisters were buried at Dunblane Cathedral. Drummond was the common ancestor of the viscounts of Strathallan and of the earls of Perth and Melfort.
- From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Drummond,_1st_Lord_Drummond
- Alexander Lindsay, 4th Earl of Crawford (d. 1453) was a late mediaeval Scottish nobleman, and a magnate of the north-east of that country.
- Alexander Lindsay was the son of David Lindsay, 3rd Earl of Crawford and Marjory Ogilvie, the daughter of Sir Alexander Ogilvie of Auchterhouse.
- Known as the Tiger Earl or Earl Beardie, Crawford was one of the most powerful of the Scottish nobles. For some time he was in arms against King James II as part of the Douglas rebellion. In February 1452, William Douglas, 8th Earl of Douglas was personally killed at Stirling Castle by James II for refusing to dissolve his league with Alexander. The Tiger Earl was defeated at the Battle of Brechin on 18 May, and he submitted to James II in 1452.
- Legend has it that he is the infamous "Earl Beardie" featured in one of the myths of Glamis Castle.
- Alexander, Earl of Crawford married Margaret Dunbar, daughter of Sir David Dunbar of Cockburn, himself a son of George I, Earl of March, and had issue:
- Lady Elizabeth Lindsay (d. 1509), married to John Drummond, 1st Lord Drummond
- David Lindsay, 1st Duke of Montrose (1440-1495)
- Alexander Lindsay, 7th Earl of Crawford (d. 1517).
- Lord Crawford also had an illegitimate son, Alexander, who entered holy orders and became a canon of Aberdeen.
- From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Lindsay,_4th_Earl_of_Crawford
Name Elizabeth Lindsay [68, Drummond earls of Perth, Vol 7, p. 42], [68, Lindsay earls of Crawford article, vol III, p. 22], 15G Grandmother
General Only dau.
Father Alexander Lindsay Earl of Crawford (-1453)
Mother Margaret Dunbar
1 John Drummond Lord Drummond [68, Fleming earls of Wigtown, Vol VIII, p. 536], [68, Drummond earls of Perth, Vol 7, pp. 40-43], [49, Drummond article, Vol IV, p. 469], [44, His own article], [49, Angus article, Vol I, p. 157], 15G Grandfather
Birth ca 1438
Death 1519, Drummond castle, Scotland
Burial Innerpefray, Scotland
General 1st s. 1st lord: 1488. Supported Jas IV versus his father Jas III and richly rewarded.
Father Sir Malcolm Drummond (-1470)
Mother Marion Murray
Children Elizabeth (->1514)
[68, Drummond earls of Perth, Vol 7, p. 42], [68, Lindsay earls of Crawford article, vol III, p.
Elizabeth Lindsay, of Crawford's Timeline
Crawford, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Cargill, Perthshire, Scotland
Cargill, Perthshire, Scotland
Innerpeffery, Crieff, Perthshire, Scotland
Stobhill, Midlothian, Scotland
May 25, 1467
Cumbernauld, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Probably Cargill, Perthshire, Scotland
Perth and Kinross, Scotland
Innerpeffery, Crieff, Perthshire, Scotland