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View Tree for Sir John (of Foreviot & Glamis) LyonSir John (of Foreviot & Glamis) Lyon (b. 1320, d. November 04, 1382)

Sir John (of Foreviot & Glamis) Lyon (son of John de Lyon) was born 1320, and died November 04, 1382 in killed in a duel. He married Lady Jean or Joan (Princess of Scotland) Stuart on Bef. October 04, 1376 in or 1379.

 Includes NotesNotes for Sir John (of Foreviot & Glamis) Lyon:
The information below is from Sandi Hartnell, (hartnellsl@attbi.com) who says "Most of the early stuff was compiled by my grandmother's twin sister, Mina Lyon Rife. She dated the material 1956. She did a lot of research, and attributed some of the material from a 3 volumes titled "Lyon Memorial". She indicated they were purchased in Boston at Goodspeed Book Store. I visited Glamis Castle about 10 years ago and have guidebooks from there that had family information, and I also picked up some information from various web sites. "

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See also under John de Lyon born Bet. 1292 - 1319


10 Sir John de Lyon, born 1320 (1340?), Norfolk, England or Glamis, Angusshire, Scotland. He was granted the thane age of Glamis by King Robert II, first Stewart King of Scotland, in 1372. He was killed in a duel by James Lindsay of Crawford, Scotland's ambassador to England in 11/4/1382 at Balhall, Angus shire. [Conflict - one source says he was murdered in his bed by Lindsay.] He was buried in Sconce with his royal consort, Princess Jean Stuart1 1bWalter Stewart was born in 1292 in Dundonald, Kyle, Ayrshire, Scotland. His parents were James Stewart, born about 1243 in Scotland and Egidia (Giles) de Bourg (Burgh) born in 1263 in Ulster, Ireland. Walter married Marjorie in 1315, his second marriage. Her parents were Robert I "the Bruce", born July 11, 1275 in Prob. Turn berry Castle, England and Isabel (aka Matilda), born about 1278 in Of Mar. Walter died April 9, 1326. He was Sir/6th (sometimes 3rd) High Steward from 1291-1326/Regent of Scotland, and Commander at Bannockburn, 1314. Prior to Marjorie he was married to Alice Erskine. They had one child, Jean Stewart. After Marjorie's death he married Isabel de Graham,. She was born about 1298 Abercorn, West Lothian, Scotland. They had one child, Edigia Stewart. of Scotland. They were married 10/3/1376. He was Knighted in 1377; Sir John was made King-at-arms, the right to carry "double treasure fleuried and counter, fleuried in the bearing." Glamis Castle, royal resident since King Kenith I, 50 AD, was passed to John de Lyon and he was made Lord Glamis, and later High Lord Chamberlain of Scotland, and Ambassador to England. He became the head of the Lyon family of Scotland. He was a young man of very good parts and qualities, graceful and comely, and a great favorite of the King. Being very fair he was known as the White Lyon.
11 Sir Richard Lyon, Knight, born 1350, married Margerie.
11 Henry Lyon of Ryslippe, Middlesex, England, born 1355, Norfolk, England.
12 John Lyon, Knight, born about 1380 in Ryslippe. He was with the army of Henry V that invaded Normandy and made England heir to the crown of France and was present at the famous battle.
13 Henry Lyon, Knight. Born about 1410, Ryslippe. [See Henry Lyon, Knight document.]
11 Sir John Lyon, Knight of Glamis [Circa Robert II], born 1380, at Glamis, Angusshire, Scotland. He married Lady Elizabeth Graham, born 1834 at Dundoff & Kinkarine, Scotland, (Granddaughter of Robert II). He paid for masses for the souls of his illustrious parents for 50 years. He died in 1435.
12 Sir Patrick Lyon, Knight of Glamis Born 1402, Glamis, Angusshire, Scotland. [Circa James I] He was hostage to the English for the 1424 ransom of King James, and was made 1st Lord Glamis and a peer of Parliament in 1455 after being released as hostage as Lord Glamis I. Master of King's household in 1452. III Lord of Kingborne. He married Isabella (Ogilvie) Ogilvy2, born 1406 in Linthrathen, Scotland. She died in 1484. He died in March 21, 1459 in Bellhelvies..
13 Alexander, born 1429, was made II Lord Glamis. He had no sons and the Barony devolved upon second son at his death in 1486.
13 John Lyon, III Lord Glamis, Born 1431 in Glamis, Angusshire, Scotland. John died in April 1, 1497 at Glamis.. Privy Councillor to James IV, Justice General of Scotland. He married Elizabeth Scrymgeuor born 1435 in Dunhope, Angusshire, Scotland. Elizabeth died October 20, 1492. Elisabeth is the daughter of John Scrymgeour.
14 [See John Lyon, IV Lord Glamis document]
14 Patrick
14 Charles
14 William, died September 9, 1513, Battle of Flodden.
10 Elizabeth de Lyon married Richard Wydville.
11 John Wydville, married his cousin Elizabeth Wydville
Elizabeth de Lyon then married Sir John Grey
Elizabeth de Lyon later married King Edward IV.
11 King Edward V, sent to the tower and smothered by order of his uncle, at age about 12 years.
11 Prince Robert
11 Princess Elizabeth of York, married Henry VII
12 Henry VIII
13 Edward VI
13 Mary I
13 Elizabeth I
10 Thomas de Lyon. Married Margaret.
11 Elizabeth. Married her cousin John Wydville , son of Elizabeth and Richard Wydville.
12 Thomas .
9 Richard, born 1287
9 Sir John de Lyon, Knight, 3rd son of feudal Baron of Forteviot, born 1290. In Norfolk, England. [Circa King Robert II 1300] He married Alice St. Liz





More About Sir John (of Foreviot & Glamis) Lyon:
Burial: Scone Abbey, Scone, Perthshire, Scotland.

More About Sir John (of Foreviot & Glamis) Lyon and Lady Jean or Joan (Princess of Scotland) Stuart:
Marriage: Bef. October 04, 1376, or 1379.

Children of Sir John (of Foreviot & Glamis) Lyon and Lady Jean or Joan (Princess of Scotland) Stuart are:
  1. +Henry (of Ryslippe) Lyon, b. 1355.
  2. Sir Richard Lyon, b. 1350.
  3. Sir John (2nd of Glamis) Lyon, b. 1380, Glamis, Angusshire, Scotland., d. 1435.
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