NameLady Of Stoneywood , F
ChildrenAndrew , M (-~1505)
Notes for Thomas (Spouse 1)
Thomas Fraser of Cornton, grandson of the last mentioned [Thomas of Kinmundy] according to Lord Saltoun, from 1435 to 1450 received £20 yearly in Exchequer in compensation for the King’s occupancy of Cornton, and in 1451 and three following years, the Crown being now in possession of th earldom of Mar, he received the rents of ‘Mukwale’ (since called Castle Fraser) in the parishes of Midmar and Cluny, Aberdeenshire, in part payment for the above allowance.

On 26 October 1454 he resigned Cornton into the hands of King James II, and the next day the King granted him a charter of the lands of Stanewod (Stoneywood) near Aberdeen, and Muchall, thereby united into a barony, in exchange for Cornton, the whole interests of the family being thus transferred to Aberdeenshire. Thenceforward, he and his successors were styled by either of those titles indifferently.

He was alive in 1474.

The name of his wie is not known, but he left a son and successor,

Andrew Fraser of Stoneywood ...

Source: THE SCOTS PEERAGE, ed. by Sir James Balfour Paul, Vol IV, Edinburgh, 1906, pp. 108-9.
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