Somerville, John 3rd Lord Somerville of Carnwath 1a

Birth Name Somerville, John 3rd Lord Somerville of Carnwath 2a 1b 1c 1d 1e 1f 1g 3a 4 5a 6a
Also Known As John Somerville 7a 1h
Gender male
Age at Death about 96 years, 10 months

Narrative

On 26 November 1466 he granted a precept to infeft James Livingston in certain lands in Newbigging, and on 21 April 1477 there was a decree of Council against him at Livingston's instance declaring these lands free of recognition. On 29 April 1477 he had, on his own resignation, a charter of Cambusnethan and half of Stenhouse to himself and his second wife.

Events

Event Date Place Description Sources
Birth about 1395      
Death November 1491     1i 3b
Burial        

Families

Family of Somerville, John 3rd Lord Somerville of Carnwath and Baillie, Mary

Married Wife Baillie, Mary ( * + Aft Jan 1505-1506 )
   
Event Date Place Description Sources
Marriage Mar 1455-1456     1i
  Children
Name Birth Date Death Date
Somerville, John 1st Baron of Cambusnethan, of Quothquan9 September 1513

Pedigree

    1. Somerville, John 3rd Lord Somerville of Carnwath
      1. Baillie, Mary
        1. Somerville, John 1st Baron of Cambusnethan, of Quothquan

Source References

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        John Somerveille, 2nd Lord Somerville; fought at Sark 1449; was at the siege of Roxburgh 1460; frequently entertained James III at Carnwath; d. November 1491."

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