The Banner - Lillis Family Tree
SURNAME  - FLEMING
FLEMING - LINE 2
1  
Joseph Donald BANNER  
Margaret Alicia LILLIS  
2
Arthur LILLIS   
Ella May PLIMLEY  
3
John LILLIS
Margaret MORAN
4
JOHN MORAN
Margaret PARKER
5
Solomon PARKER
Nancy WELCH
6
Robert James PARKER
Providence MILLER
7
Thomas MILLER
Charlotte MONTAGUE
9
Henry MONTAGUE
Elizabeth GRAVES
9
William GRAVES
Mary
10
Henry White GRAVES
Mary WILLIAMS
11
John WILLIAMS Judge
Mary KEELING
12
George Keeling
Ursula Fleming
13
Thomas FLEMING
Judith Ursula TARLETON
14
John FLEMING
Lillias GRAHAM
15
John FLEMING - 5th Lord Fleming
Elizabeth ROSS
16
Malcolm FLEMING - 3rd Lord Fleming
Janet STEWART
17
John FLEMING -Ld. Sir  -  2nd Lord Fleming
Euphame DRUMMOND
18
Malcolm Fleming
Eupheme Livingston
19
Robert of Bigar  Cumbernauld Fleming
Janet Douglas
20
Malcolm of Biggar  Cumbernauld Fleming  Sir
Elizabeth  Stewart
21
David of Biggar Cumbernauld Fleming - Sir
Jean Barclay
or
Isabel Strathechin of Monycabock - Baroness
22
Malcolm of Biggar Fleming
Christian
23
Patrick of Biggar Fleming
Joanna Fraser
24
Robert of Cumbernauld Fleming
Joan DOUGLAS
25
Malcolm FLEMING
unknown
26
Robert FLEMING
unknown
27
James FLEMING
unknown
28
Baldwin DE FLEMING
DE HUNTINGTON
29
Knut FOLKESSON
Unknown
30
Folke INGVALDSSON - The Fat
Ingegerd KNUTSDOTTIR
31
Ingevald FOLKESSON
Unknown
12
George KEELING
born - VA
Occupation: Landowner
Occupation - VA - Militia, New Kent Co  - Justice of the Peace
Occupation -: VA - Militia, New Kent Co  - 28 APR 1708 - Sheriff
Religion:-the vestry of St. Peter's Parish
Military Service: 4 JUL 1702 Capt. VA Militia. New Kent Co
Military Service:- VA - Militia, New Kent Co - 7 MAR 1702 Capt.
died - NC - Granville Co 1720
married -.
Ursula FLEMING
born - VA
died -NC - Granville Co 1700
Children
1. Ursula KEELING --CT - Prince George 1661
2. George KEELING - NC - Granville Co - 1680
3. Richard KEELING - NC - Granville Co 1682
4. Mary KEELING  26 SEP 1684

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Sources:
1. Title: English Duplicates of Lost Virginia Records, County Officers
Page: 26
2. Title: English Duplicates of Lost Virginia Records, Sheriffs
Page: 4
3. Title: Virginia Colonial Soldiers, Militia Miscellany - Virginia Records, Public Record
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Page: 217

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George KEELING
Ursula FLEMING
"GEORGE KEELING, called "Captain" on the New Kent Records, married
URSULA FLEMING, and had a daughter URSULA KEELING. URSULA
FLEMING, the daughter of CHARLES FLEMING, a generation later, married
to TARLETON WOODSON, etc. LEONARD KEELING who appears in
James City County in 1651/2 as a land owner, is believed by some to have
been a brother of URSUIA FLEMING and GEORGE KEELING. The
KEELINGS picked up the name LEONARD, from their kinfolks and Lower
Norfolk and Princess Anne neighbors, the HENLEYS - into which some of
them had married - though we are unable to find the record of such a
marriage. That it actually occurred is self-evident, in the light of the history of
the several families thereafter.
(Tennessee Cousins, page 331)"
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1. Title: English Duplicates of Lost Virginia Records, County Officers
Page: 26
2. Title: English Duplicates of Lost Virginia Records, Sheriffs
Page: 4
3. Title: Virginia Colonial Soldiers, Militia Miscellany - Virginia Records, Public Record
Office, London
Page: 217

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Thomas FLEMING
born - Scotland - Biggar, Lanarkshire 1595
died - VA - New Kent Co - 27 AUG 1686
married -.
Judith Ursula TARLETON
born - England
died -
Children
1. Ursula FLEMING - VA
2. John FLEMING
3. Judith FLEMING
4. Susanna FLEMING
5.Tarleton FLEMING
6. Charles FLEMING

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"The first of the family in Virginia was Thomas Fleming who md. Miss
Tarleton of England (of the same family as Col. Banastre Tarleton, the
noted British Cavalry officer of the time of the American Revolution) and
emigrated to Virginia in 1616. He left three sons and several daughters.
The sons were Tarleton, John and Charles.
(Cary-Estes Genealogy, page 87)"

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John FLEMING - 6th or 7th Lord Fleming
born -  Scotland - Biggar, Lanarkshire  1567
died -
married -.  Scotland - Montrose, Lanarkshire 13 JAN 1585
Lillias GRAHAM
born - Scotland - Montrose, Lanarkshire 1562
died -Scotland - 1606
Children
1. Jean FLEMING
2. John FLEMING  12 SEP 1589
3.Thomas FLEMING: 159
5

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John FLEMING
Lillias GRAHAM
NOTE -
Lillias GRAHAM  PARENTS ARE -  John GRAHAM AND  Jean DRUMMOND
John GRAHAM PARENTS ARE  - Robert GRAHAM AND Margaret FLEMING

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John FLEMING - 5th Lord Fleming - (1558 AND 1572) Lord
Chamberlain of Scotland (1565)
born - Scotland - Biggar, Lanarkshire 1534
died -Scotland - Biggar, Lanarkshire 6 SEP 1573
married -. Biggar, Lanarkshire - 10 MAY 1562
Elizabeth ROSS
"dau of Robert, Master of Ross"
born -Scotland -  Halkhead, Lanarkshire 1541
died -Scotland - Biggar, Lanarkshire 14 APR 1578
Children
1. Mary FLEMING  1563
2 .John FLEMING  1567
3 Margaret FLEMING  1569
4. Jane FLEMING  1570
5. Elizabeth FLEMING  1571

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Malcolm FLEMING - 3rd Lord Fleming (1524 - 1547 - Lord
Chamberlain of Scotland (1516)
born - Scotland - Cumbernauld, Lanarkshire 1494
died - Scotland -
married -. 1525
Janet STEWART  
"illegitimate daughter of King James IV of Scotland"
born - Scotland - Edinburgh, Mid Lothian  1505
died - France - 1563
Children
1. Margaret FLEMING  1524
2. Johanna FLEMING  1525
3. Janet FLEMING  1527
4 .Bridget FLEMING  1530
5. William FLEMING  1532
6. John FLEMING  1534
7. James FLEMING  1534
8. Agnes FLEMING  1535
9. Mary FLEMING  1542

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Malcolm FLEMING
Janet STEWART  

"Malcolm Fleming, 3rd Lord Fleming (c.1494 - 10 September 1547) son
and heir of John Fleming, 2nd Lord Fleming, Lord Chamberlain of Scotland
1524. He was taken prisoner by the English at the Battle of Solway Moss,
Nov 1542, but released at a ransom of 1000 marks on 1 July 1548. He was
granted a dispensation on 26 February 1524/5, and subsequently married
Lady Janet Stewart, illegitimate daughter of King James IV of Scotland He
died 10 September 1547, in his 53rd year, being slain at the Battle of
Pinkie."

"Lady Janet Stewart (c.1505 – c.1563) was an illegitimate daughter of King
James IV of Scotland. Her mother was probably Agnes Stewart, herself an
illegitimate daughter of James Stewart, 1st Earl of Buchan, but may have
been Isobel Stewart, the earl's legitimate daughter.
Lady Janet married Malcolm Fleming, 3rd Lord Fleming, who was killed at
the Battle of Pinkie in 1547. She became a governess to the infant Queen
Mary I of Scotland, and her own daughter, Mary Fleming, became a lady-in-
waiting. They accompanied the young queen to France in 1548, and there
Lady Janet became one of the mistresses of King Henry II of France and
had an illegitimate son by him. After the child's birth, she was sent back to
Scotland.
Her son Henri de Valois (1551- June 1586) was legitimized and became
governor of Provence.
(From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)"

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"The Battle of Pinkie Cleugh, along the banks of the River Esk near
Musselburgh on 10 September 1547, was part of the War of the Rough
Wooing. It was the last battle to be fought between the Scottish and the
English Royal armies and the first "modern" battle to be fought in the British
Isles. It was a catastrophic defeat for the Scots caused by poor discipline
and weak command. In Scotland it is known as Black Saturday."

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John FLEMING -Ld. Sir  -  2nd Lord Fleming
born - Scotland -
died - 1 Nov 1524 - killed
married -. 5 MAY 1496 - Divorce
Euphame DRUMMOND
born - Scotland - 1467
died - Scotland - MAY 1502
Children
1. Malcolm FLEMING  1494

vol 8, pg 535, "Scots Peerage" by Sir James Balfour Paul, 1904
vol. 5, pg. 531, Cokayne's "Complete Peerage, etc" 1936 revision

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Malcolm Fleming
born - Scotland -
died - Scotland -
married -. 2 Apr 1472
Eupheme Livingston
born - Scotland -
died - Scotland -
Children
1. John Fleming

vol 8, pg 534, "Scots Peerage" by Sir James Balfour Paul, 1904
vol. 5, pg. 531, Cokayne's "Complete Peerage, etc" 1936 revisio
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Robert of Bigar  Cumbernauld Fleming
born - Scotland - in Biggar, Lanarks 1416
died - Scotland - 1491
married -.
Janet Douglas
born - Scotland - Douglas, Lanarks 1417
died - Scotland -
Children
1. Mariot Fleming
2.Malcolm Fleming

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Malcolm of Biggar  Cumbernauld Fleming - Sir
born - Scotland -   Cumbernauld, Lanarks 1383
died - Scotland - 24 Nov 1440 - beheaded
married -.
Elizabeth Stewart
born - Scotland - Argylls, Scot.1384
died - Scotland -
Children
1. Robert of Bigar & Cumbernauld Fleming.

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David of Biggar Cumbernauld Fleming - Sir
born - Scotland -  Cumbernauld, Lanarks  1343
died - Scotland - Edinburgh, Midlothian 14 Feb 1405/ - 406
married -.
Jean Barclay
born - Scotland - Brechin, Angus  1330
died - Scotland -  
Children
1. Janet Fleming
2. Malcolm of Biggar  Cumbernauld Fleming
3.Marion Fleming

vol 2, pg 527, "Scots Peerage" by Sir James Balfour Paul, 1904
vol 8, pg 527, "Scots Peerage" by Sir James Balfour Paul, 1904
pg. 141, "The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215, The Barons Named in the Magna Charta,
1215, and Some of Their Descendants Who Settled in America During the Early
Colonial Years" by Frederick Lewis Weiss. Th. D, Fifth Edition, With Additions and
Corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. with William R. Beall, published 1999
pg 913 Burke's "Extant Peerage and Baronetage etc", 1970 Edition
pg. 609, "A Genealogical History of the Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited and Extinct
Peerages of the British Empire" by Sir Bernard Burke, published 1883
vol. 6, pg. 1, Cokayne's "Complete Peerage, etc" 1936 revision
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David Fleming of Biggar - Baron
born - Scotland -  
died - Scotland - 14 FEB 1405 - 06
married -.
Isabel Strathechin of Monycabock - Baroness
born - Scotland -
died -  Scotland -
Children
1. Baron -  Malcolm Fleming of Biggar
2. Honorable  - David Fleming

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Malcolm of Biggar Fleming
born - Scotland - Biggar, Lanarks  1304
died - Scotland - After  20 Sep 1382
married -.
Christian
born - Scotland -  Biggar, Lana  1305
died - Scotland -
Children
1. David of Biggar  Cumbernauld Fleming

vol 8, pg 524, "Scots Peerage" by Sir James Balfour Paul, 1904
pg. 141, "The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215, The Barons Named in the Magna Charta,
1215, and Some of Their Descendants Who Settled in America During the Early
Colonial Years" by Frederick Lewis Weiss. Th. D, Fifth Edition, With Additions and
Corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. with William R. Beall, published 1999
pg 218 & 609 " A Genealogical History of the Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited and Extinct
Peerages of the British Empire" by Sir ernard Burke, published 1883
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Patrick of Biggar Fleming
born - Scotland - Cumbernaud, Lanarks 1286
died - Scotland -
married -.
Joanna Fraser
born - Scotland -
died - Scotland -
Children
1. Malcolm of Biggar Fleming

vol 8, pg 524, "Scots Peerage" by Sir James Balfour Paul, 1904
pg. 609, "A Genealogical History of the Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited and Extinct
Peerages of the British Empire" by Sir Bernard Burke, published 1883
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Robert of Cumbernauld Fleming
born - Scotland - 1252
died -  - 1314
married -.
Joan DOUGLAS
born - Scotland -
died - Scotland -
Children
1. Patrick FLEMING  1286

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Robert of Cumbernauld Fleming
Joan DOUGLAS

"Ancestors of Robert (Sir) Fleming?
There are a number of versions of Fleming origins on the web and most
seem to agree as far back as Robert (born about 1246 or 1252), who some
show as marrying Joan Douglas daughter of Andrew (Sir) (Hermiston)
Douglas.

Most agree his father was Malcolm but after that there seem to be two
schools of thought.
Some say Malcolm's father was William and go back to Stephen Fleming.
Others say Malcolm's father was Robert and go back beyond Knut of
Flanders b: 1124 in Flanders, Belgium (and some beyond him)

The William line goes
William Birth: ABT 1170/1190 in ,,,ENGLAND Death: 1199 in ,,,ENGLAND
son of Richard b 1176
son of ARCHEMBALD LE FLEMING
son of Stephen b 1066
who married DE BRATTON daughter of ARCHEMBALD DE BRATTON
See "Lasher"
http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rlord332&id=I27956
Contact: Robert Lord .
"OYLER"
http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rlord334&id=I27956
Contact Robert Lord
Home Page: ancestors Robert Edwin Lord KH at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.
com/~mlord/
&
"Beasley/Ulrich Gedcom"
http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=ulrich800&id=I4434
Contact: Bebe Ulrich Home Page: Bebe's World at http://www.bebeu.com/

Ancestors of Francis, Celia & Hugo Hodgson
2002 Contact: Richard Hodgson
http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?
op=GET&db=ancestorsearch&id=I11380

Knut Of Flanders b: 1124 in Flanders, Belgium
2 Baldwin Of Flanders b: 1152 in Flanders, Belgium d: 1205
3 James Fleming b: 1175 in Lanarkshire, Scotland
4 Robert Fleming b: 1202 in Lanarkshire, Scotland d: 1281
5 Malcolm Fleming b: 1231 d: 1267
6 Robert Fleming b: 1252 d: 1314
+ Joan Douglas b: 1258in Hermiston, Midlothian, Scotland
7 Patrick Fleming b: 1286
+ Joanna Fraser b: 1273
8 Malcolm Fleming b: 1292
+ Christian
9 David Fleming b: ABT 1335 d: 1406
+ Jean Barclay
10 Janet Fleming b: 1351
+ William Seton d: BEF MAR 1410
+ Isobel Strathecin
10 Malcolm Fleming b: 1383 d: 24 NOV 1440
+ Elizabeth Stewart"

See also
http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=wedigs&id=I26833
Family History of Suzan Ankrom Wedig
Contact: Suzan Wedig
Home Page: WE DIG Genealogy at
http://www.strato.net/~wedigs/genealogy.html
Featuring West Virginia Ancestors"

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Malcolm FLEMING
born - Scotland -  1231
died - Scotland -
married -.
unknown
born - Scotland -
died - Scotland -
Children
1.Robert FLEMING

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Robert FLEMING
born - Scotland -  Biggar, Lanarkshire : 1215
died - Scotland -1281
married -.
unknown
born - Scotland -
died -  Scotland -
Children
Children
1. Robert FLEMING

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Robert FLEMING
born - Scotland -  Biggar, Lanarkshire : 1215
died - Scotland -1281
married -.
unknown
born - Scotland -
died -  Scotland -
Children
1. Malcolm FLEMING

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James FLEMING
born - Scotland -  Biggar, Lanarkshire 1175
died - Scotland -1238
married -.
unknown
born - Scotland -
died -  Scotland -
Children
1. Robert FLEMING

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Baldwin DE FLEMING
born - Flanders  1152
died - Scotland - Biggar, Lanarkshire
married -.
DE HUNTINGTON
born - England - Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire 1162
died -  
Children
1. James FLEMING

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Knut FOLKESSON
born - Flanders 1124
died -  1167
married -.
Unknown
born -  
died -  
Children
1.Baldwin DE FLEMING

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Folke INGVALDSSON - The Fat
born -  Sweden - Bjalbo, Ostergotland 1067
died - Flanders - 1149
married -.
Ingegerd KNUTSDOTTIR
born - Denmark - Roskilde, Copenhagen 1083
died -  1127
Children
1. Bengt FOLKESSON - Sweden - Bjalbo, Ostergotland 1098 in
2. Knut FOLKESSON - Flanders 1124

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Ingevald FOLKESSON
born - Sweden 1033
died -
married -.
Unknown
born -  
died -
Children
1.Folke INGVALDSSON

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Folke INGVALDSSON - The Fat
born -  Sweden - Bjalbo, Ostergotland 1067
died - Flanders - 1149
married -.
Ingegerd KNUTSDOTTIR
born - Denmark - Roskilde, Copenhagen 1083
died -  1127
Children
1. Bengt FOLKESSON - Sweden - Bjalbo, Ostergotland 1098 in
2. Knut FOLKESSON - Flanders 1124

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Ingevald FOLKESSON
born - Sweden 1033
died -
married -.
Unknown
born -  
died -
Children
1.Folke INGVALDSSON

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Scota and Gaedel Glas in a 15th century manuscript of Bower's Scotichronicon.
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Wednesday, December 09, 2009
Neolithic excavations at Skara Brae on Orkney in Scotland
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Wednesday, December 09, 2009
Biggar, South Lanarkshire
"In the 14th century, the Fleming family were given lands in the
area by Robert the Bruce, whose cause they had supported.
The Flemings built Boghall Castle, visible as a ruin until the early
20th century, but now only represented by a few mounds. The
town continued to grow as an important market town, and in
1451 the town became a burgh. The market place remains the
central focus of the town. The kirk was rebuilt as a Collegiate
church in 1546, the last to be established before the
Reformation of 1560. The Flemings found themselves on the
wrong side in the 16th century, when they supported Mary,
Queen of Scots, and their lands were given over to the
Elphinstone family."


Biggar, South Lanarkshire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
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Saturday, December 05, 2009

Biggar:
from where the Flemings ruled
"WHEN DAVID I SUCCEEDED to the Scottish Crown in 1124 the kingdom
he inherited was in respect of law and order little more than a loose
federation of principalities in a land whose geophysical structure made
lines of communication very difficult and, in winter, often impossible.
To impose his law he introduced feudalism, imported, and granted land to,
Flemish and Norman knights in return for their military service, and
required the incomers to build motte-and-bailey castles from which law
and order could be maintained. The gift of Annandale to the Bruces is one
example
After the Lords of Annandale, perhaps the most famous appointment in the
south of Scotland was that of Baldwin Le Fleming of Biggar as Sheriff of
Lanarkshire, another post of strategic importance to the nation’s defence
against the Galwegians. With the neighbouring Lindsay and Douglas
clans the Flemings imposed peace on, and brought prosperity to, a wide
area.                                                                
Arms of Walter Le Fleming                                                                 
                                             
Baldwin married the so far unnamed widow of Reginald, the fourth son of
Alan, Earl of Richmond (and thus cousin to Conan who married the Lady
Margaret, sister of King Malcolm IV). She may have been a Lindsay by birth,
and thus of one of those influential families in the area claiming Flemish
ancestry. (Douglas was another, as was also Bruce in Annandale.)
t is in Annandale that we first find mention of Baldwin. He was granted
lands at Kirkpatrick (to be known later as Kirkpatrick-Fleming) and there he
built Redhall Tower. Beryl Platts in Scottish Hazard (Procter Press) has
proposed that he arrived there from the Devonshire lands granted to his
family by King William the Conqueror, and that his Flemish origins are
probably traceable to Gavere, near Ghent, where the Gavere seigneurs
bore also the double tressure flory-counterflory in their arms (but Vert not
Argent)
Scotland and Flanders were the only countries to feature the double
tressure flory-counterflory in their heraldry, and its source in early Scottish
heraldry (remembering that then in the absence of arms in the male line
they would be adopted and modified from arms in the female line) can only
be from Flemish families. Eighteen miles north of Biggar, at Livingstone
(modern spelling), the Livingstons of that Ilk (ext. 1512) bore Argent three
cinquefoils Gules, but cadet branches bore the double tressure flory-
counterflory, most probably for marriages with the Flemings of
Biggar.                                                       
Baldwin’s descendants continued to hold Biggar until the twentieth century
while their influence, power and wealth waxed and waned with the politics
of the different reigns. Robert Fleming of Lenzie achieved international
fame when, accompanying Robert the Bruce at the slaying of the Red
Comyn, he severed the dead man’s head and offered it to Bruce with the
recommendation “Let the deid shaw” (Let the deed show) ~ which
thereafter became the motto of the Flemings. Bruce rewarded him with a
grant of the lands of Cumbernauld in
Dunbartonshire.                                                         
Robert Fleming of Lenzie’s son, Malcolm Fleming of Cumbernauld, Sheriff
of Dunbartonshire and Governor of Dumbarton Castle, was created Earl of
Wigtown, but his grandson, the 2nd Earl, recognising his own inability to
govern the troublesome Galwegians, sold his rights in the Earldom to
Archibald Douglas, Lord of Galloway. His lands of the Lordship of Wigtown
were granted by the King to Sir James de Lindsay, and eventually, having
no children, he resigned the barony of Lenzie in favour of his first cousin
and heir male, Malcolm Fleming of Biggar..
Malcolm Fleming of Biggar was the son of Patrick Fleming of Biggar the
2nd son of Robert Fleming of Lenzie. His mother was Joan, younger
daughter and coheiress of Sir Simon Fraser of Olivercastle, Sheriff of
Peeblesshire, for whom the family thereafter quartered the Fraser arms
Azure three fraises Argent.
His son, Sir David Fleming of Biggar, was high in royal favour, expanded
the family properties and occupied several important appointments
including two embassies to England. He was murdered by James
Douglas of Balveny (who afterwards became 7th Earl of Douglas). His son
Malcolm succeeded him, but he too died prematurely, under the
axe.                                                                                           

Fleming of Biggar
quartering Fraser

Robert Fleming of Biggar, Malcolm’s only surviving son, became Master of
the King’s Household to James II who, in 1451, created him Lord Fleming.
His grandson John, 2nd Lord Fleming, was one of the nobles who
opposed King James III and replaced him with James IV. He rose to high
rank, went on several embassies to France, commanded a warship as
Vice-Admiral, and for the last eight years of his life he was Chamberlain of
Scotland. He was assassinated while hawking by John Tweedie of
Drumelzier in 1524.                                 
The next three holders of the title also died early. Malcolm, 3rd Lord
Fleming, was killed at the battle of Pinkie in 1547. James, 4th Lord
Fleming, was one of the eight Scottish representatives sent to Paris for the
marriage of Mary Queen of Scots to the Dauphin in 1558, and was one of
the four who were poisoned there (for opposing French views on the
settlement of the Scottish Crown). John, 5th Lord Fleming, fought for the
Queen at Langsyde, 1568, but died at Biggar in 1572 of wounds
accidentally inflicted by French soldiers firing a salute.                                 
John, 6th Lord Fleming, was an active supporter of King James VI in that
monarch’s problems with his overpowerful lords, and was raised by him to
the Earldom of Wigtown. His son, John, 2nd Earl, continued that tradition,
persecuted Catholics, signed the Covenant, but took no part in the Civil
War. John, 3rd Earl, who succeeded his father in 1650, took the Royalist
side and fought for Montrose. John, 4th Earl, and William, 5th Earl,
maintained their family’s ancestral loyalties, and John, 6th Earl, and his
brother Charles, 7th Earl, supported the Jacobites in
1715.                                 
With the death of the childless seventh Earl in 1747, the titles of Earl of
Wigtown and Lord Fleming, both of which were remaindered to heirs male
only, appear to have become extinct. One claim was made for the title of
Lord Fleming, and this was rejected by the House of Lords, but it is still
theoretically possible that a successor may be found. The Barony of
Biggar, of course, was not extinguished, and passed to the descendants
of the 6th Earl."

The Barony of Biggar:
http://www.baronage.co.uk/2003c/biggar.html
Friday, January 21, 2005
Saturday, December 05, 2009

George KEELING
Ursula FLEMING
"GEORGE KEELING, called "Captain" on the New Kent Records, married
URSULA FLEMING, and had a daughter URSULA KEELING. URSULA
FLEMING, the daughter of CHARLES FLEMING, a generation later, married
to TARLETON WOODSON, etc. LEONARD KEELING who appears in
James City County in 1651/2 as a land owner, is believed by some to have
been a brother of URSUIA FLEMING and GEORGE KEELING. The
KEELINGS picked up the name LEONARD, from their kinfolks and Lower
Norfolk and Princess Anne neighbors, the HENLEYS - into which some of
them had married - though we are unable to find the record of such a
marriage. That it actually occurred is self-evident, in the light of the history
of the several families thereafter.
(Tennessee Cousins, page 331)"

Sources:
1. Title: English Duplicates of Lost Virginia Records, County Officers
Page: 26
2. Title: English Duplicates of Lost Virginia Records, Sheriffs
Page: 4
3. Title: Virginia Colonial Soldiers, Militia Miscellany - Virginia Records, Public
Record Office, London
Page: 217

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"The first of the family in Virginia was Thomas Fleming who md. Miss
Tarleton of England (of the same family as Col. Banastre Tarleton, the
noted British Cavalry officer of the time of the American Revolution) and
emigrated to Virginia in 1616. He left three sons and several daughters.
The sons were Tarleton, John and Charles.
(Cary-Estes Genealogy, page 87)"

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John FLEMING
Lillias GRAHAM
NOTE -
Lillias GRAHAM  PARENTS ARE -  John GRAHAM AND  Jean DRUMMOND
John GRAHAM PARENTS ARE  - Robert GRAHAM AND Margaret FLEMING

Malcolm FLEMING
Janet STEWART
 
"Lady Janet Stewart (c.1505 – c.1563) was an illegitimate daughter of King
James IV of Scotland. Her mother was probably Agnes Stewart, herself an
illegitimate daughter of James Stewart, 1st Earl of Buchan, but may have
been Isobel Stewart, the earl's legitimate daughter.
Lady Janet married Malcolm Fleming, 3rd Lord Fleming, who was killed at
the Battle of Pinkie in 1547. She became a governess to the infant Queen
Mary I of Scotland, and her own daughter, Mary Fleming, became a lady-in-
waiting. They accompanied the young queen to France in 1548, and there
Lady Janet became one of the mistresses of King Henry II of France and
had an illegitimate son by him. After the child's birth, she was sent back to
Scotland.
Her son Henri de Valois (1551- June 1586) was legitimized and became
governor of Provence.
(From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)"

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"The Battle of Pinkie Cleugh, along the banks of the River Esk near
Musselburgh on 10 September 1547, was part of the War of the Rough
Wooing. It was the last battle to be fought between the Scottish and the
English Royal armies and the first "modern" battle to be fought in the
British Isles. It was a catastrophic defeat for the Scots caused by poor
discipline and weak command. In Scotland it is known as Black Saturday."

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James Douglas
Beatrix Sinclair
"James (Sir), of Dalkeith, knighted between Sep 1390 and 18 Jan 1391/2;
had a charter 24 March 1381/2 of the territorial Baronly of Morton in
Nithdale with Mordlingtoun and Whittinghame and allegedly had conferred
on him the new title of a Lord of Parliament as "Lord Dalkeith" though
evidence for this is nugatory; married 1st between 24 March 1381/2 and 10
March 1387 Lady Elizabeth Stewart, daughter of John Stewart, Earl of
Carrick, later Robert III. [Burke's Peerage"

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