Margaret Hay

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Robert III, King of Scots, to Margaret Duncanson
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Margaret Hay, daughter of Sir William Hay, Knt. and Elizabeth [Cunningham?], was born say 1400.1 She died after 1484.1,2

Margaret married Sir William Douglas, Knt., 2nd Earl of Angus, son of George Douglas, 1st Earl of Angus and Marion Stewart, at Yester Castle, England, 6 January 1414/15.1,3,4


Sir William Douglas, Knt., 2nd Earl of Angus b. say 1398, d. Oct 1437
  • James Douglas 3rd Earl of Angus4
  • George Douglas 4th Earl of Angus4
  • William Douglas of Cluny4
  • Hugh Douglas4
  • Helen Douglas+1,5 b. say 1436, d. aft. 20 Nov 1486
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  1. [S1970] Adrian Benjamin Burke, "The Livingston Ancestry of the Duncanson Sisters of New Netherland: Pt II of III: Identifying their maternal great-grandmother Margaret Forrester," The Genealogist 27 (Fall 2013): 162-181, at 176, further cited as Burke, "The Livingston Ancestry, Part II."
  2. [S1972] Neil D. Thompson and Charles M. Hansen, The Ancestry of Charles II, King of England: A Medieval Heritage [Twelve Generations] (Saline, Michigan: McNaughton & Gunn, 2012), #545, further cited as Thompson and Hansen, The Ancestry of Charles II.
  3. [S1972] Thompson and Hansen, The Ancestry of Charles II, #544.
  4. [S1947] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families (Five vols., Salt Lake City, Utah: s.p., 2013), 1:652 (Brus 11.v.a), further cited as Richardson, Royal Ancestry.
  5. [S2054] George Edward Cokayne, The Complete Peerage: Or a History of the House of Lords and All Its Members From the Earliest Times: Revised and Much Enlarged (13 in 14 vols., London, England: The St. Catherine Press, 1910-1940), 6:53 (Graham), further cited as CP.