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Stuart family, genealogy Publisher New York, R.L. Polk and Co Collection allen_county; americana Digitizing sponsor Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center Contributor Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center Language EnglishPages: Stuart genealogy includes the variations Steward, Stewart, Steuart, Stuard, and Sturt. Stuart family history dates back to the Norman Conquest, when they were granted lands in Shropshire, England, and to in Virginia. Their motto, "noblis est ira leonis", means the "lion's wrath is noble". Stuart . The Breckinridge family is a family of public figures from the United States. The family has included six members of the United States House of Representatives, two United States Senators, a cabinet member, two Ambassadors, a Vice President of United States and an . He wrote many interesting books of travel. His son, Charles Seaforth, was born at sea in He was graduated at the United States Military Academy and served with distinction in the civil war. This great family in America, Great Britain and Ireland is one of the most illustrious, if .
The Steuart family of Maryland was a prominent political family in the early History of Scottish descent, the Steuarts have their origins in Perthshire, family grew wealthy in the early 18th century under the patronage of the Calvert family, proprietors of the colony of Maryland, but would see their wealth and status much reduced during the American Revolution, and the. This family started out in Scotland when the first of the line, Walter Fitz Alan () was appointed High Steward of Scotland under King David I. His descendants became Hereditary High Stewards of Scotland, and the 4th High Steward, Alexander Stewart () was . The House of Stuart, originally Stewart, was a royal house of Scotland, England, Ireland and later Great Britain. The family name itself comes from the office of High Steward of Scotland, which had been held by the family scion Walter fitz Alan (c. ). The name "Stewart" and variations had become established as a family name by the time of his grandson, Walter Stewart. WILLIAM STUARD was born in , at birth place, Indiana, to JOHN C. STUARD and VIRGINIA STUARD (born HEDGES). JOHN was born in , in OH. VIRGINIA was born in January , in HEBRON, BOONE CO., KY.
The first spelling of the family name was undoubtedly Stewart, the old Scots version, but during the 16th century French influence led to the adoption of the spellings Stuart and Steuart, because of the absence of the letter “w” in the French alphabet.. The family can be traced back to 11th-century Brittany, where for at least four generations they were stewards to the counts of Dol. (Pokorny 8. er- ) - Walter, the son of Fleance, and grand-son of Banquo, was created, by Malcom III. Lord High Steward of Scotland, from which office his family afterward took and retained the name of Stewart, and from them descended the royal family of Stuart -The Stewart Clan is called the "Clan of Beggars and Kings.". Early History of the Stuard family. This web page shows only a small excerpt of our Stuard research. Another words (33 lines of text) covering the years , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , and are included under the topic Early Stuard History in all our PDF Extended History products and printed products. The Scottish royal family surname of "Stuart or Stewart", the spellings have varied over the centuries, originated from holding the hereditary office of High Steward of Scotland over several centuries from about In so far that the family originally had a surname it was the French 'Dapifer', the family having come from Brittany!