Thomas Stewart, Master of Mar

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Sir Thomas Stewart, Master of Mar was an illegitimate son of Alexander Stewart, the earl of Mar. He was the great-grandson of King Robert II of Scotland. He died before August 1432. [1]

Thomas married Elizabeth, the widow of John Stewart, 2nd Earl of Buchan, who was daughter of Archibald Douglas, 4th Earl of Douglas and Margaret Stewart, Lady of Galloway. [2] They were required to obtain a marriage license, which was granted on 1 May 1427, due to their degrees of consanguinity and affinity. [3]

He had a son. [4]


  1. Paul, p. 167
  2. Mosley, p. 2603.
  3. Richardson, pp. 625-626.
  4. "Ancestry of David THOMPSON/THOMSON". Retrieved 8 January 2017.

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