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... John Stuart was the member of a family that descended from John Stewart (born 1360), Sheriff of Bute, a natural son of Robert II of Scotland and his mistress Moira Leitch, married to ... At about the time of Mary, Queen of Scots, the family adopted the spelling of 'Stuart', which she had used while living in France ... James Stuart, seventh in descent from the Black Stewart, was created a Baronet, of Bute, in the Baronetage of Nova Scotia on 28 March 1627 ...
... Viscount Mount Stuart is a title held by the Marquess of Bute ... The first person to hold this title was James Stuart, 1st Earl of Bute, who received the title in 1703 ... Lord Mount Stuart has been used as a courtesy title by several of the heirs apparent of the earl / marquess of Bute John Stuart, 3rd Earl of Bute (1713-1792) was styled "Lord Mount Stuart ...
... Robert Stuart, younger son of the first Baronet, was created a Baronet in his own right in 1707 ... James Stuart-Mackenzie, younger son of the second Earl, succeeded to the Mackenzie estates through his paternal grandmother and assumed by Royal license the ... James Stuart-Wortley-Mackenzie, second son of the third Earl, was a politician and the father of James Stuart-Wortley, 1st Baron Wharncliffe (see the Earl of Wharncliffe for more information on this branch ...
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