Sir John Stewart of Stix

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About Sir John Stewart of Stix


According to the Scots Peerage, Sir John Stewart of Sticks, here treated, is the bastard son of James II, King of Scots The name of his mother has not been identified. The Scots Peerage I: 20


  1. The Scots Peerage : founded on Wood's ed. of Sir Robert Douglas's Peerage of Scotland; containing an historical and genealogical account of the nobility of that kingdom. Edited by Sir James Balfour Paul, Lord Lyon King of Arms. Volume I. (David Douglas, Edinburgh, 1904), 575 pp.
  2. Stirnet: Stewart o2
  3. Stirnet: Stewart 07

Biographical Summary

A natural son, who purchased the lands of Sticks, and is called in a charter, dated 1486, frater bastardus supromi nostri Domini Regis, ancestor of the Stewarts of Ballechin in Perthshire. [6]


  • 6. Charter by Patrick Cardney of Stwyks to John Stewart, the King's natural brother, of his lands of Stwyks and others