Douglas of Lochleven
The Douglas lairds of Lochleven
Lochleven ceased to be a royal castle in 1390 when Robert II granted it to Sir Henry Douglas, the husband of his niece, Marjory. The Douglases already had an association with the castle for Henry's father, Sir John Douglas, had been among the garrison during the 1335 siege. the Douglases remained lords of the island stronghold up to the seventeenth century.
John Douglas of Dalkeith d bef 1356
1. Sir Henry Douglas of Lugton & Lochleven + Marjory Stewart of Ralston d: 1438
2 Sir William Douglas of Lochleven d: 1421 + Elizabeth Lindsay of Crawford
3 Sir Henry Douglas of Lochleven d: AFT. 1469 + Elizabeth Erskine
4 Sir Robert Douglas of Lochleven d: 9 SEP 1513 + Elizabeth Boswell
5 Sir Robert Douglas of Lochleven + Margaret Balfour + Margaret Hay of Erroll b: ABT. 1453
6 Thomas Douglas + Elizabeth Boyd
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