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Robert Cunningham, 2nd Earl of Glencairn

Also Known As: "Cunningham;Cuninghame;Cunynghame;"
Birthdate: (39)
Birthplace: Kilmaurs, Ayrshire, Scotland
Death: 1490 (38)
Glencairn, Dumfrieshire, Scotland
Immediate Family:

Son of Alexander Cunningham, 1st Earl of Glencairn and Margaret Hepburn
Husband of Christian Lindsay
Father of Sir Cuthbert Cunningham, 3rd Earl of Glencairn and Catherine Wallace
Brother of Alexander Cunningham; Isabella Cunyngham and Sir William Cuninghame, 1st of Craigends

Occupation: Earl 2 of Glencairn
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About Robert Cunningham, Lord of Kilmaurs, 2nd Earl of Glencairn

  • Robert Cunningham, 2nd Lord of Kilmaurs1,2
  • M, #39757, d. circa 1490
  • Father Alexander Cunningham, 1st Earl of Glencairn1 b. a 1425, d. 11 Jun 1488
  • Mother Margaret Hepburn2
  • Robert Cunningham, 2nd Lord of Kilmaurs was born at of Kilmaurs, Ayrshire, Scotland.1 He married Christian Lindsay, daughter of Sir John Lindsay, 1st Lord of Byres and (Miss) Stewart, before 19 July 1476.1 Robert Cunningham, 2nd Lord of Kilmaurs died circa 1490.1
  • Family Christian Lindsay d. b 11 Mar 1496
  • Child
    • Cuthbert Cunningham, 2nd Earl of Glencairn, 3rd Lord of Kilmaurs+1 d. bt 23 May 1540 - May 1541
  • Citations
  • 1.[S11568] The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain, and the United Kingdom, by George Edward Cokayne, Vol. V, p. 669.
  • 2.[S11566] The Scots Peerage, Vol. IV, edited by Sir James Balfour Paul, p. 234.
  • From:


  • Robert Cuninghame, 2nd Earl of Glencairn1
  • M, #21834, d. circa 1490
  • Last Edited=2 Jun 2014
  • Robert Cuninghame, 2nd Earl of Glencairn was the son of Alexander Cuninghame, 1st Earl of Glencairn and Margaret Hepburn.2 He married Christian Lindsay, daughter of John Lindsay, 1st Lord Lindsay of the Byres and Agnes Stewart, before 19 July 1476.1 He died circa 1490.2
  • He succeeded to the title of 2nd Lord Kilmaurs [S., 1464] in June 1488.2 He succeeded to the title of 2nd Earl of Glencairn [S., 1488] in June 1488.2 On 17 October 1488 he was stripped of the Earldom of Glencairn by Act of Parliament (the rebel party was then in power).2
  • Child of Robert Cuninghame, 2nd Earl of Glencairn and Christian Lindsay
    • 1.Cuthbert Cuninghame, 3rd Earl of Glencairn+2 d. fr 23 May 1540 - May 1541
  • Citations
  • 1.[S37] BP2003 volume 1, page 1285. See link for full details for this source. Hereinafter cited as. [S37]
  • 2.[S37] BP2003. [S37]
  • From:


  • Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 13
  • Cunningham, Alexander (d.1488) by Thomas Finlayson Henderson
  • CUNNINGHAM, ALEXANDER, first Earl of Glencairn (d. 1488), was descended from a family which obtained the manor of Cunningham, in the parish of Kilmaurs, Ayrshire, in the twelfth century. He was the eldest son of Sir Robert Cunningham (who received a charter of the lands of Kilmaurs from Robert, duke of Albany, and was knighted by James I) by his wife Ann, a daughter of Sir John de Montgomery of Eglinton and Ardrossan. He was created a lord of parliament by the title Lord Kilmaurs about 1450. In January 1477–8 he received a charter of the lands of Drip in the parish of Kilbride, Lanarkshire (Register of the Great Seal of Scotland, vol. i. entry 1,342). He was created Earl of Glencairn (a parish in the western part of Nithsdale, Dumfriesshire) by James III 28 May 1488, for the powerful assistance he had rendered against the rebel lords at Blackness. He was slain at the battle of Sauchieburn 11 June of the same year. By his wife Margaret, daughter of Adam Hepburn of Hailes, he had four sons. By the Rescissory Act passed by James IV 17 Oct. 1488, his eldest son Robert was deprived of the earldom and reduced to the rank of Lord Kilmaurs. It was, however, revived in the person of Cuthbert, third earl, in 1505.
  • [Acts of Parliament of Scotland, vol. ii.; Reg. Magni Sig. Scotl. vol. i.; Douglas's Scotch Peerage (Wood), i. 633–4.]
  • From:,_Alexander_(d.1488)_(DNB00)
  • Dictionary of national biography (1885) Vol. XIII. Craik - Damer


  • Glencairn, Earl of (S, 1488 - dormant 1796)
  • Alexander [Cunningham], 1st Lord Kilmaurs later 1st Earl of Glencairn
  • son and heir of Sir Robert Cunningham of Kilmaurs, by his wife Anne Montgomerie, only dau. of Sir John Montgomerie of Ardrossan
  • born after 1425
  • mar. Margaret Hepburn, sister of Patrick [Hepburn], 1st Lord Hailes, and dau. of Sir Adam Hepburn of Hailes by his wife Janet Borthwick, dau. of Sir William Borthwick
  • children
    • 1. Sir Robert Cunningham, later 2nd Earl of Glencairn
    • 2. William Cunningham, 1st of Craigends (d. bef. 19 Jun 1520), mar. after 12 Mar 1497/8 Marion Auchinleek, dau. of Sir John Auchinleek of Auchinleek, and had issue [he was ancestor of the Cunninghams of Craigends and said to be the ancestor of the Cunninghams of Robertland, Carncurin, Bedlaw, Auchinharvie, and Auchinyards)
    • 3. Alexander Cunningham (d. after 1483)
    • 4. Edward Cunningham (d. after 1483)
  • died 11 Jun 1488
  • created
    • betw. 8 Feb 1462/3 and 13 Jan 1463/4 Lord Kilmaurs
    • 28 May 1488 Earl of Glencairn
  • suc. by son
  • note defeated an uprising against King James III at the Battle of Blackness 1488; killed fighting for King James III against the latter's own son at the Battle of Sauchieburn
  • Robert [Cunningham], 2nd Earl of Glencairn later known as 2nd Lord Kilmaurs
  • born
  • mar. bef. 19 Jul 1476 Christian Seton (widow of John Seton, Master of Seton, 1st son and heir ap. by his first wife of George [Seton], 1st Lord Seton; d. betw. 1491/2 and 11 Mar 1495/6), 1st dau. of John [Lindsay], 1st Lord Lindsay of the Byres, by his wife ..... Stewart, dau. of Robert [Stewart], 1st Lord Lorne, by his wife Lady Joan Stewart, dau. by his first wife of Robert [Stewart], 1st Duke of Albany
  • children
    • 1. Sir Cuthbert Cunningham, later 3rd Earl of Glencairn
  • died c. 1490
  • suc. by son
  • note the Earldom of Glencairn was annulled by Act of Parliament 17 Oct 1488 and he was thereafter known as Lord Kilmaurs
  • Cuthbert [Cunningham], 3rd Lord Kilmaurs later 3rd Earl of Glencairn
  • born
  • mar. after 24 Jun 1492 Lady Mariot Douglas (d. after Jul 1511), 1st dau. of Archibald [Douglas], 5th Earl of Angus, by his first wife Elizabeth Boyd, 1st dau. of Robert [Boyd], 1st Lord Boyd
  • children
    • 1. Sir William Cunningham, later 4th Earl of Glencairn
  • died betw. 23 May 1540 and May 1541
  • suc. by son
  • note restored to the Earldom of Glencairn c. 1503, confirmed by charter 1511; opposed the Douglas family in their control of King James V and was defeated by them at the Battle of Linlithgow 1526
  • .... etc.
  • From:


  • Origins of the Clan Cunningham in Scotland
  • .... etc.
  • XII. Sir Robert Cuninghame of Kilmaurs. He married in 1425, Anne, the only daughter of Sir John de Montgomery of Ardrossan, by whom he had two sons. The second son, Archibald, was the first of the Cunninghames of Waterstoun, a family now extinct. He was succeeded by his eldest son, Alexander Cunningham, the first Earl of Glencairn.
  • The Earls Of Glencairn: A Chronological Listing
  • The following is a brief summary of the part of the Cunningham clan history that covers the Earls of Glencairn. The Glencairn lineage can be traced as follows:
    • 1st Earl (1488): Alexander Cunninghame
  • Alexander became the Earl of Glencairn in 1488. Took his title from the family’s estate/property located in Dumfrieshire. His title prior to being granted the earldom was Lord Kilmaurs. Receiving his title for battle services at Blackness, Alexander was killed in the same year at the Battle of Sauchieburn.
    • 2nd Earl (1488-1503): Robert Cunninghame
  • When the Earldom was rescinded by King James IV, Robert was left with only the title of the Lord of Kilmaurs
    • 3rd Earl (1503-1540): Cuthbert Cunninghame
  • The title was restored to Cuthbert who created the Burgh of Barony of Kilmaurs in the year 1527. This was introduced in the form of a charter which granted 280 Scots acres to 40 “tennamenters”, each of whom would hold a fortieth part of the total area.
    • 4th Earl (1540-1547): William Cunninghame
  • The 4th Earl was active in the cause of the Reformation. At first, he was loyal to the Crown but when he witnessed the atrocities of the English, he joined the forces of the Reformation and played no small part in the cause.
  • .... etc.
  • From:


  • Alexander Cunningham, 1st Earl of Glencairn, 1st Lord Kilmaurs (1426 – 11 June 1488) was a Scottish nobleman.
  • He was firstly created a Lord of Parliament in 1450, with the title Lord Kilmaurs.
  • King James III of Scotland created Lord Kilmaurs Earl of Glencairn on 28 May 1488, by Letters Patent under the Great Seal.
  • Fighting on his king's side, he was slain at the Battle of Sauchieburn on 11 June 1488.
  • The Earl married Margaret, daughter of Sir Adam Hepburn, Master of Hailes, and sister of Sir Patrick Hepburn, 1st Lord Hailes. They had four sons. The second son, William, was ancestor of the Cunninghams of Craigends, Robertland,Bedlan, Auchenharvey, and Auchenyards.
  • By the Act Rescissory, passed in the first parliament of James IV, 17 October 1488, all creations of new dignities granted by that monarch's father since the preceding 2 February were annulled, and, in consequence, Robert Cunningham, 2nd Lord Kilmaurs, eldest son of this Earl of Glencairn, was deprived of the title and dignity of Earl. This was, however, overturned by the 1503 Act Revocatory.
  • References
  • Anderson, William, The Scottish Nation, Edinburgh, 1867, vol.v, p. 310.
  • From:,_1st_Earl_of_Glencairn


Robert Cunningham, Lord Kilmaurs, 2nd Earl of Glencairn; married before 19 Jul 1476 to Christian Lindsay (died between 1491/92 and 11 Mar 1495/96), eldest daughter of John, 1st Lord Lindsay of the Byres. Robert died about 1490.

Robert lost his earldom after a few months because his father had fought on the losing side at Sauchieburn, and sat in Parliament in 1489 as Lord Kilmaurs. Hugh Montgomerie, 1st Earl of Eglinton is said by some sources to have been involved in Robert's death.Robert lost his earldom after a few months because his father had fought on the losing side at Sauchieburn, and sat in Parliament in 1489 as Lord Kilmaurs. Hugh Montgomerie, 1st Earl of Eglinton is said by some sources to have been involved in Robert's death.


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  • Alexander Cunningham, 1st Earl of Glencairn (d Sauchieburn 11.06.1488)
  • m. Margaret Hepburn (dau of Adam Hepburn, Master of Hailes)
    • 1. Robert Cunningham, 2nd Earl of Glencairn (d by 1492)
    • TSP (Glencairn) reports that, because James IV revoked some of the appointments of his father, this Robert was "deprived the dignity of an earldom conferred on his father". James IV reinstated the earldom after Robert had died. Accordingly, TSP numbers subsequent Earls differently from (say) BE1883 (eg. Cuthbert identified by TSP as 2nd Earl). We follow the numbering used by BE1883 and BP1934 (Cuninghame of Caprington).
    • m. (before 19.07.1476) Christian Lindsay (dau of John Lindsay, 1st Lord of the Byres)
      • A. Cuthbert Cunningham, 3rd Earl of Glencairn (d 1540-1)
      • m. (mcrt 24.06.1492) Marjory (or Mary or Marion) Douglas (a 1511, dau of Archibald Douglas, 5th Earl of Angus)
        • i. William Cunningham, 4th Earl of Glencairn (b c1493, d 03.1547-8)
        • BE1883 reports that William left sundry children "by Margaret, or Elizabeth (Campbell), his 2nd wife". BPGS2001 reports that he m1. Margaret, m2. Elizabeth Campbell. We follow TSP which identifies his 1st wife as Katherine Borthwick. It is thought that William had issue by both marriages but, other than to note that most of the children noted below appeared to be adult by the time of the second marriage, it is not clear who if any of these noted was by the second marriage. We presume that none were (not least because Elizabeth must have been in her mid-40s by the time of the marriage) but note that some sources say otherwise.
        • m1. Katherine Borthwick (dau of William Borthwick, 3rd Lord)
          • a. Alexander Cunningham, 5th Earl of Glencairn (d 1574)
          • m1. (c26.11.1526, div 1545) Johanna Hamilton (dau of James Hamilton, 1st Earl of Arran)
            • (1) William Cunningham, 6th Earl of Glencairn (b c1532, d by 18.10.1580)
            • m. (mcrt 20.08.1547) Janet Gordon (b c1528, d 18.11.1596, dau of Sir James Gordon of Lochinvar)
              • (A) James Cunningham, 7th Earl of Glencairn (b c1552, d 10.1631)
              • m1. (05.09.1574) Mariot or Margaret Campbell (d 01.1610, dau of Sir Colin Campbell of Glenorchy)
                • (i) William Cunningham, 8th Earl of Glencairn (b c1575, d 10.1631)
                • m. (1609) Janet Kerr (b c1580, dau of Mark Kerr, 1st Earl of Lothian)
                  • (a) William Cunningham, 9th Earl of Glencairn (b c1610, Chancellor)
                  • m1. (mcrt 1637) Anne Ogilvy (d 01.1661, dau of James Ogilvy, 1st Earl of Findlater)
                    • ((1)) William Cunningham, Lord Kilmaurs (dspvp aged 18)
                    • ((2)) James Cunningham, Lord Kilmaurs (dspvp)
                    • m. (30.09.1662) Elizabeth Hamilton (dau of William Hamilton, 2nd Duke of Hamilton)
                    • ((3)) Alexander Cunningham, 10th Earl of Glencairn (d 26.05.1670)
                    • m. Nichola Stewart (dau of Sir William Stewart of Kirkhill and Strathbrock)
                      • ((A)) Margaret Cunningham (d 12.05.1742)
                      • m. (c 1680) John Maitland, 5th Earl of Lauderdale (bc1655, d 1710)
                    • ((4)) John Cunningham, 11th Earl of Glencairn (d 14.12.1703)
                    • m1. (05.08.1673) Mary or Jean Erskine (dau of John Erskine, 4th or 25th Earl of Mar)
                      • ((A)) William Cunningham, 12th Earl of Glencairn (d 14.03.1734)
                      • m. (20.02.1704) Henrietta Stewart (b c1683, d 21.10.1763, dau of Alexander Stewart, 3rd Earl of Galloway)
                        • ((i)) John Cunningham (d young)
                        • ((ii)) William Cunningham, 13th Earl of Glencairn (d 09.09.1755)
                        • m. (06.08.1744) Elizabeth Macguire (b c1764, d 24.06.1801, dau of Hugh Macguire of Drumdew)
                          • ((a)) William Cunningham, Lord Kilmaurs (b 19.05.1748, dspvp 03.02.1768)
                          • ((b)) James Cunningham, 14th Earl of Glencairn (b 01.06.1749, d unm 30.01.1791)
                          • ((c)) John Cunningham, 15th Earl of Glencairn (b 17.05.1750, dsp 24.09.1796)
                          • m. (23.04.1785) Isabella Erskine (d 17.05.1824, dau of Henry David Erskine, 10th Earl of Buchan)
                          • ((d)) Henrietta Cunningham (b 23.09.1752, d 12.03.1801)
                          • m. (1778) Sir Alexander Don, Bart of Newton Don
                          • ((e))+ other issue - Alexander (b 28.06.1754, d young), Elizabeth (d unm 06.08.1804)
                        • ((iii)) Margaret Cunningham (b c1705, d 29.09.1789)
                        • m. (02.04.1732) Nicol Graham, 5th of Gartmore, 4th of Gallingad
                        • ((iv)) Henrietta Cunningham (b 24.02.1710, 05.05.1744)
                        • m. (20.04.1735) John Campbell of Shawfield
                        • ((v))+ other issue - John (d unm 07.1741), James (d infant), Malcolm (d unm), Alexander (d Portobello 1739), Charles (d unm), James (bpt 25.02.1711, d unm 15.07.1739), Mary (d unm), Catherine (d unm)
                    • m2. Margaret Napier (dau of John Napier of Kilmahew)
                    • ((5)) Jean Cunningham
                    • m. (25.04.1661) William Boyd, 1st Earl of Kilmarnock (d 03.1692)
                    • ((6)) Margaret Cunningham
                    • m. (1662) John Hamilton, 2nd Lord Bargany (d 15.05.1693)
                    • ((7)) Anne Cunningham (d unm)
                    • ((8)) Elizabeth Cunningham
                    • m. William Hamilton, 7th of Orbiston, Sheriff of Dunbartonshire
                  • m2. Margaret Montgomerie (b 20.02.1617, d 25.07.1665, dau of Alexander Seton (Montgomerie), 6th Earl of Eglinton)
                  • (b) Robert Cunningham (a 03.1670, usher to King Charles II)
                  • m. Anne Scot (dau of Sir John Scot of Scotstarvit)
                    • ((1)) Anne Cunningham (dsp)
                  • (c) Elizabeth Cunningham (b 07.11.1611)
                  • m. Sir Ludovic Stewart of Minto
                  • (d) Margaret Cunningham (d 1678)
                  • m1. (31.12.1639) David Beaton, 7th of Creich (dsps 1661)
                  • m2. (James) Chisholm of Crosbie (Cromlix)
                  • (e) Jean Cunningham
                  • m. John Blair of that ilk (d 1662)
                  • (f) Marion Cunningham (dsp 1661)
                  • m1. (sp) James Ogilvy, 1st Earl of Findlater (d 1652)
                  • m2. (29.10.1660) Alexander Fraser, Master of Saltoun (b 1630, d 11.1682)
                  • (g)+ other issue - Alexander (b 08.04.1613, d by 30.07.1647), Lilias, Anne (d unm)
                • (ii) John Cunningham of Kilmarnock
                • m. Margaret Knox (dau of ?? Knox of Ranfurlie)
                  • (a) John Cunningham of Cambuskeith
                  • (b) Elizabeth Cunningham
                  • m. Sir Alexander Cuningham, 3rd Bart of Robertland (d by 1696)
                • (iii) James Cunningham of Stevenstoun & Kerilaw
                • (iv) Jean Cunningham (d unm 23.11.1597)
                • (v) Catherine Cunningham
                • m. (mcrt 24.03.1612) Sir James Cunningham of Glengarnock
                • (vi) Margaret Cunningham (d c1622)
                • m1. (div) James Hamilton of Evandale
                • m2. (06/8.09.1610) Sir James Maxwell of Calderwood (d 1622)
                • (vii) Ann Cunningham
                • m. (mcrt 13.01.1603) James Hamilton, 2nd Marquess of Hamilton (b 1589, d 1624-5)
                • (viii) Mary Cunningham
                • m. John Crawford of Kilbirnie
                • (ix) Susannah Cunningham
                • m. (after 24.07.1610, sp) Alexander Lauder of Hatton (d by 1625)
              • m2. Agnes Hay (dau of Sir James Hay of Kingask)
              • (B) John Cunningham of Ross
                • (i) James Cunningham
              • (C) William Cunningham (a 1626, rector of Inchcaillieoch)
              • (D) Jean (Jane) Cunningham
              • m1. (mcrt 15.02.1572) George Haldane, 8th of Gleneagles (dsp c18.10.1574)
              • m2. Roger Kirkpatrick of Closeburn
              • BPGS2001 & BE1883 suggest that she m3. _ Fergusson of Craigdarroch but TSP shows that that marriage was of her sister ...
              • (E) Katherine Cunningham
              • m. Robert Fergusson of Craigdraroch
              • (F) Margaret Cunningham
              • BPGS2001 & BE1883 show Margaret m. Sir Hector Maclean, Bart of Duart. Noting that there was no "Bart of Duart" at that time, TSP confirms that her husband was ...
              • m. Sir Lachlan More Maclean of Douart (d Traigh-Ghruinneirt 05.08.1598)
              • (G) Elizabeth Cunningham (d 01.1614)
              • m1. (1579) James Crauford of Crosbie (dvp before 1582)
              • m2. (by 19.07.1597) Alexander Cunningham, 5th of Craigends (d 1615)
              • (H) Susannah Cunningham
              • m. John Napier of Kilmahew
            • (2) Margaret Cunningham
            • m1. John Wallace of Craigie
            • m2. (c1571) Andrew Stewart, 'the Good', 2nd Lord Ochiltree (b c1521)
            • (3)+ other issue - Andrew of Syid, James (prior of Lesmahagow)
          • m2. Janet Cunningham (dau of John Cunningham, 4th of Caprington)
            • (5) Alexander Cunningham of Mountgreen (Commendator of Kilwinning)
            • m. (c1582) Jean Blair (dau of John Blair of that ilk)
              • (A) William Cunningham (a 1613)
              • (B) Margaret Cunningham
              • m. Gavin Hamilton, 5th of Ardoch
            • (6) Janet Cunningham (d by 06.01.1585)
            • m1. (mcrt 08.08.1573) Archibald Campbell, 5th Earl of Argyll (b c1530, d 12.09.1573)
            • m2. (mcrt 15.05.1583) Sir Humphrey Colquhoun of Luss
          • b. Andrew Cuninghame, 1st of Corsehill (d 1544)
          • m. Margaret Cunninghame (dau of Cunninghame of Polmaise)
          • c. Hugh Cunningham of Watterstoun
          • d. Robert Cunningham, 1st of Montgrenane (minister)
          • e. William Cunningham (b 1513, d by 21.02.1561-2, Bishop of Argyll)
          • f. Elizabeth Cunningham
          • m. John Cunninghame, 4th of Caprington
          • g. Jean (Janet) Cunningham (d 12.1574)
          • m. Robert Ferguson, 7th of Craigdarroch (d 16.07.1587)
          • h. Isabel Cunningham probably of this generation
          • m. Sir William Cuninghame, 5th of Cuninghamhead
        • m2. (after 01.1535-6) Elizabeth Campbell (dau of John Campbell of West Loudoun)
        • ii. Margaret Cunningham
        • Unless there were 2 sisters both called Margaret, which did happen occasionally around this time (to the consternation of many genealogists), either (1) there is something wrong with one or more of the dates given for her spouses, (2) one of these marriages should be attributed to a Margaret of a different generation, or (as we provisionally show) (3) the first marriage ended in divorce.
        • m1. (div?) Andrew Macfarlane, 12th of Arrochar (d after 21.12.1544)
        • m2. (by 11.1534) James Lyle, Master of Lyle (a 07.1551, dvpsp)
    • 2. William Cuninghame, 1st of Craigends (a 1479)
    • m. Elizabeth Stewart (dau of Sir Walter Stewart of Arthurlie)
    • 3. Isabella Cunyngham
    • m. Walter Buchanan of Easter Catter, 1st of Spittal
    • 4.+ other issue (a 1483) - Alexander, Edward
  • Main source(s): TSP (Glencairn), BE1883 (Cuningham of Kilmaurs and Glencairn) with some support from BPGS2001 (Fergusson-Cuninghame of Caprington)
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Robert Cunningham, Lord of Kilmaurs, 2nd Earl of Glencairn's Timeline

March 1451
Kilmaurs, Ayrshire, Scotland
July 19, 1476
Age 25
Glencairn, , Dumfries-Shire, Scotland
Age 30
Glencairn, Dumfriesshire, Scotland, UK
Age 38
Glencairn, Dumfrieshire, Scotland