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If Maggie Muffin were still here, she would be wishing
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nessham

Aishhh aisshhh my dear beauty, I don't do it, I'm solving the puzzles on my mobile and my time is disastrous. Ah ha ha, ❤️ 😅

irisriver

I do not have the Stewart name. Some of my Scotland names are Walker, Rutherford and Bagby. You have a delightful history. I have quite a bit of fun information on my names. One of my grandfather Bagby's founded a small town very close to the one where I live.

Dollcollector

Do you have Stewarts in Scotland
Robert II, King of Scots is my mother's 18th great grandfather.
Birth: March 02, 1316
Dundonald, Kyle, Ayrshire, Scotland
Death: April 19, 1390 (74)
Dundonald Castle, Kyle, Ayrshire, Scotland
Place of Burial: Scone Abbey, Scone, Perthshire, Scotland
Immediate Family:
Son of Walter Stewart, 6th High Steward of Scotland and Marjorie Bruce, Princess of Scotland
Husband of Elizabeth Mure of Rowallan and Euphemia de Ross, Queen Consort of Scotland
Partner of Moira le Leche; Isabella Boucellier?; Unknown Mistress(es) of Robert ll King of Scots and mother of John "the Red" Stewart
Ex-partner of Mariota Cardney
Father of Sir John Stewart, Sheriff of Bute; Maria Stewart; Walter Stewart of Cardney and of Cluny; Alexander Stewart of Innerlunan; James Stewart of Abernethy and Kinfauns; Sir John Stewart of Cardney,Kgt.; Thomas Stewart, Bishop of St Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane; John Stewart, Lord of Burley; Walter Stewart, Earl of Fife; Robert Stewart, 1st Duke of Albany; Margaret Stewart, Princess of Scots; Alexander Stewart, 1st Earl of Buchan; Marjory Stewart, Princess of Scots; Katherine Stewart, Princess of Scots; Isabella Stewart, Princess of Scots; Johanna “Jean” Stewart, Princess of Scots; Elizabeth Stewart, Princess of Scots; Robert III, King of Scots; Walter Stewart, 1st Earl of Atholl; David Stewart, Prince of Scotland, 1st Earl of Caithness; Elizabeth Stewart, Countess of Crawford; Egidia Stewart, of Lounane, Princess of Scotland and Sir John " The Red" Stewart, of Dundonald
Half brother of Jean Stewart; Egidia Stewart; Andrew Stewart and Sir John Stewart of Railston

I have never been to Scotland, if I ever got there and wanted to see
the ancestral castles, I would have to stay a year, ha! My sister went
many years ago, but at the time, she did not know the names of
those castles. I will be 80 this year, and she is 2 years younger so I
think it is a little late in the game to think about making a trip there.
My mother before marriage, was a Stewart, but no on in the family
who has done research can go back in the U.S. on the Stewart line
any earlier than 1840, her Stewart ancestors who came to U.S.
cannot be found we just know they lived in western part of Virginia
and their children were orphaned before 1835, we can not tie them
in with their royal Stewarts, the Stewart's mentioned above are from
the female line that married into her 1st great grandfather Stewart.
The children left western Virginia and went west, if they had stayed
there, we wouldn't have such a mystery. Would love to hear a bit
about your early Scot ancestry, we may even be distant Scottish
cousins.

irisriver

I love family history and have done quite a bit of looking into it. One interesting thing is that in my college years I visited Edinburgh Scotland on a study abroad trip to London. Many years later I learned that I had a long line of grandparents in Edinburgh and plenty of English ancestors too.

Dollcollector

I didn't mean Geni, I meant Jigidi.

I typed in Iris and found on Jigidi, that there are more than 20 users
on Jigidi with various identifications.

irisriver, I had genealogy on my mind, have you delved into your family history when I wrote this? It is very interesting. I have been
researching my family history and that of my children's paternal
side since 1979.
Doll

irisriver

You take care too!☺

Dollcollector

I typed in Iris and found on Geni, that there are more than 20 users
on Geni with various identifications.

I love Irises, I used to have every color in the rainbow, and over the years, I would for some reason or another dig them up and then put them in the garage, and forget about them, so it was nice for awhile to have all those beautiful Irises. Take care, keep well and warm. I
haven't been out to bring in what mail might be out there, as I have
a throw rug in front of the outside door, and it can stay there for a
few more days. Doll

irisriver

I think I do remember talking about books with you! I do not have children but enjoy book conversations. ♥

Dollcollector

Same to you dear @irisriver, I hope you are having a pleasant
day, with flowers and chocolate, but most of all spending time
with your family. You have a daughter, if I remember correctly
from many years back when I was @jlou, and it seems I suggested something, a book, I believe for her to read? The cobwebs in my memory may be mistaken? Bib

irisriver

Valentine Grins!!(¯`’•.¸*♫♪♥(✿◠‿◠)♥♫♪*¸.•’´¯)

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