NameLady Drumry , F
Spouses
Birth Dateabt 1424
Birth PlaceDrumry, Dunbarton, Scotland
Death Date1494
Death PlaceDrumry, Dunbarton, Scotland
ChildrenRobert , M (~1465-<1505)
Notes for William (Spouse 1)
By his wife, Margaret, surname unknown,

he [Robert] had issue:

1. William who succeeded

2. James, alive in 1457, and, according to the new Scots Peerage, ancestor of Sir Thomas Livingston of Newbigging, Viscount of Tevior.
3. John, King’s squire in 1447-48
4. Robert, named in a safe-conduct of 30 October 1458.
5. Isobel, wife of Sir John Kinninmond of that ilk in 1449, and who survived her hisband and was still living in 1499.
6. Margaret, married to John of Wemyss …

Master Michael Livingston, Vicar of Wemyss, anno 1476, may also have been a son of Robert Livingston.

He was succeeded by his eldest son, Sir William Livingston of Drumry and East Wemyss, Knight.

Source: THE LIVINGSTONS OF CALLENDAR, by Edwin Brockholst Livingston, Edinburgh, 1920, pp.16-17.
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VI. Sir William Livingston of Drumry and East Wemyss, Knight, to whom sasine was granteed in 1466 and 1467 as heir to his father, and who regularly received from the exchequer the £20 annuity from Balmakewin until his death in 1494. This annuity was also regularly paid to his successors until James colville of East Wemyss ‘excambed’ it in 1530-1531.

Of this owner of Drumry and East Wemyss there is nothing of note on record.

His indenture of marriage, when quite a child, with Euphemia of Wemyss has already been referred to, but he did not marry this lady and the name of his wife is unknown.

He must have been quite seventy years of age when he died in 1494.

Letters of assignation by him and Robert, his son and apparent heir, dated 5 February 1493-94, are among the manuscripts of the Duke of Atholl. Bott the Livingston seals are still attached to these letters. …

He was succeeded by his son and heir, Sir Robert Livingston of Drumry and East Wemyss, Knight.

Source: THE LIVINGSTONS OF CALLENDAR, by Edwin Brockholst Livingston, Edinburgh, 1920, p. 18.
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