NameLady ERSKINE Of Dun , F
FatherLaird John (2) ERSKINE 3rd Of Dunn , M (~1432-1508)
Birth Dateabt 1475
Birth PlaceEdzell, Forfarshire, Scotland
Death Date9 Sep 1513
Death PlaceFlodden, Kirknewton, Northumberland, England
Death MemoKilled at the Battle of Flodden
Marr Dateabt 1501
ChildrenDavid , M (~1502-1558)
Notes for Lady ERSKINE Of Dun
He [John, 3rd of Dun] married Marjory, daughter of Graham of Fintry, and with his wife made a mortification for religious purposes 10th March 1490.

He had issue:

1. John his successor.
2. Thomas, fell at Flodden.
3. Daughter, married to Sir George Falconer of Halkerton, who died 1511.

4. Daughter, married Walter Lindsay, who fell at Flodden, eldest son of Sir David Lindsay of Edzell. Her son became eighth Earl of Crawford.

Source: NORTHERN NOTES AND QUERIES or THE SCOTTISH ANTIQUARY, Ed. by Rev. A.W. Cornelius Hallen, Est. 1886, Edinburgh, 1888, Vols 1 & 2, pp. 117-18.
Notes for Walter (Spouse 1)
He married first, Katherine, daughter of Thomas Fotheringham of Powrie,

by whom he had at least four sons:

1. Walter

2. George
3. David
4. Mr. James

Sir David was dead in 1529.

Source: THE SCOTS PEERAGE, ed. by Sir James Balfour Paul, Vol III, Edinburgh, 1906, pp.18-20.

Walter was killed at Flodden having married (it is said) an Erskine of Dun, by whom he had issue:

1. David, ninth Earl of Crawford
2. Alexander in Haltoun, who married a Barclay of Mathers, and had issue ...

Source: THE SCOTS PEERAGE, ed. by Sir James Balfour Paul, Vol III, Edinburgh, 1906, p. 19.

Walter Lindsay, younger of Edzell, who fell at flodden, had been the only son and heir apparent of Sir David of Beaufort and Edzel ... Walter left a young wife and four sons,

David, afterwards ninth Earl of Crawford, the eldest;
Robert of Kirkton, father of David Lindsay, the celebrated minister of Leith and Bishop of Ross.

Source: LIVES OF THE LINDSAYS, ... Houses of Crawford and Balcarres, by Lord Lindsay, Vol. 1, London, 1858, p. 192.
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