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I chart with Tribal Tree at Tribal Pages.
'Thigpen Holland Deason Huskey'
Alternate Email:  bkthigpen@gmail.com
These are direct ancestors; although some are repeats of the same person through 2 or more lines. I have a total of 6708 entries in my tree. There are probably more Stewarts to chart.

# Stuart, Elizabeth (b.1486)
# Stuart, King Robert II (1315-1390)
# Stuart, King Robert III
# Stuart, Princess Countess Mary (b.1380)
# Stuart of Darnley, Sir Alan
# Stuart of Doune, Lord James `the Bonny Earl` (d.1592)
# Stuart of Lennox, Earl John Keeper of Dumbarton Castle (b.1430)
# Stuart of Lennox, Lady Elizabeth
# Stuart of Lennox, Lord Earl John Keeper of Dumbarton Castle (b.1430)* Stewart..., Alexander 4th (b.1243)
* STEWART, EGIDIA (1327-1406)
* Stewart, Elizabeth (b.1465)
* Stewart, High Steward Alexander of Dundonald (1214-1283)
* Stewart, High Steward James (1260-1309)
* Stewart, High Steward Walter (1296-1327)
* Stewart, Isabel
* Stewart, Isabel
* Stewart, James
* Stewart, Janet (1510-1560)
* Stewart, King James I
* Stewart, King James IV (1473-1513)
* Stewart, King James V Knight of the Garter (1512-1542)
* Stewart, Lady Elizabeth
* Stewart, Lady Mary (d.1434)
* Stewart, Mary (1305-1360)
* Stewart, Mary (1605-1662)
* Stewart, Ms. (b.1412)
* Stewart, Sir James (b.1298)
* Stewart, Sir James 5th (1243-1309)
* Stewart Dundonald, Walter (1180-1246)
* Stewart of Atholl, Earl John (b.1475)
* Stewart of Atholl, Earl John
* Stewart of Atholl, Earl Sir John (1440-1512)
* Stewart of Bonkyll, Sir John (d.1298)
* Stewart of Darnley, Sir Alan (1406-1439)
* Stewart of Doune, Lord James
* Stewart of Dundonald, High Steward Alexander (1214-1283)
* Stewart of Dundonald, Walter 3rd (1198-1246)
* Stewart of Huntly, Marchioness Henrietta (1573-1642)
* Stewart of Lennox, Lady Elizabeth
* Stewart of Lennox, Lord Earl John (1430-1495)
* Stewart of Moray, Countess Elizabeth (1565-1591)
* Stewart of Moray, King Regent Earl Prior James VI Good Regent of Scotland (1531-1570)
* Stewart of Moray, Lord Earl James `the Bonny Earl` (d.1638)
* Stewart of Scotland, King Robert II
* Stewart of Scotland, Margaret (1206-1292)
* Stewart of Stratherne & Caithness, Countess Eupheme (b.1377)
* Stewart of Stratherne & Caithness, Earl Prince David (d.1389)
* Stewart, of Scotland, High Steward Walter (1292-1327)
* Stewart, of Scotland, king james II (b.1430)
* Stewart, of Scotland, King James III (d.1488)
* Stewart, of Scotland, Lady Egidia Gille (1332-1406)
Here's an example:  Bruce of Scotland & Essex, England, King Robert I daughter Bruce of Scotland, Princess Lady Marjorie son Stewart of Scotland, King Robert II son Stewart of Stratherne & Caithness, Earl Prince David daughter Stewart of Stratherne & Caithness, Countess Eupheme daughter Graham of Bothwell, Countess Lady Eupheme daughter Douglas, Countess Margaret `Fair Maid of Galloway` da...ughter Stewart, Elizabeth daughter Gray, Lady Janet daughter Keith of Marischal, Countess Margaret daughter Keith of Marischal, Countess Lady Agnes Annibel daughter Stewart of Moray, Countess Elizabeth son Stewart of Moray, Lord Earl James daughter Stewart, Mary son Grant, Laird Ludovic son Grant, David son Grant, Sargeant William daughter Grant, Clementine daughter Musick, Susanna Grant daughter Bowman, Sarah Grant daughter Buxton, Marcella Bowman daughter Knox, Mary Virginia son Deason, Edward Adelbert son Deason, Sydney Doyle daughter Deason, Barbara Gail daughter Thigpen, Barbara Kim

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One of the first rules of genealogy is that if it sounds the same, it is the same. eg the names Milner, Millner, Millnor, Millnar, Mylner, or Philby, Philbie, Phylby, Filby, Filbey. There were seven variations of Philby in one marriage document that I have seen. Today people get stuck on one spelling and refuse to consider alternatives. One lady was adamant that her family name was spelt .....ly and those spelt ley were no connection. Guess how her grandfather's name was spelt?

If you want to see an example of old English there is a link to a tutorial on the National Archives web page - part of a letter written by Elizabeth, later Queen Elizabeth I which includes the translation. There was no uniform spelling at all. Even today our language is evolving with differences between English, American English and ANZ English.

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