Abercromby to Bruce
Robert de Bruce
King Robert I of Scots (b 11.07.1274, d 07.06.1329)
m2. Elizabeth de Burgh (c. 1284 - Oct. 27, 1327) dau. of Earl of Ulster. Isaac to Bruce Thomas Isaac m. Matilda de Bruce, (Lady Matilda) (d 20.07.1353 (dau. of Robert “the” Bruce, King 1 of Scots.) MacDougall to Isaac Ewen MacDougall of Lorn, Chief of the Dougalls m. Joan Isaac dau. of Thomas Isaac. and Mailda Bruce 9d.20. 07. 1353 Stewart to MacDougall Robert Stewart of Durrisdeer (d Shrewsbury 1409) m. Janet of Lorn (dau of Ewen MacDougall, Lord of Lorn, Chief of the Clan Dougall) Douglas to Stewart Sir William Douglas, 1st of Drumlanrig (d 1427) m. Elizabeth Stewart (dau of Sir Robert Stewart of Durrisdeer) Sir William Douglas, 2nd of Drumlanrig (d 1458) m. Jane Maxwell (dau of Sir Herbert Maxwell of Carlaverock) Innes to Douglas (Sir Robert Innes, 11th of that ilk (d before 01.02.1464) m. (c1436) ? Douglas (dau of Sir William Douglas, 2nd of Drumlanrig) Ogilvy to Innes Sir James Ogilvy of Deskford and Findlater (d 13.02.1509-10) m1. Margaret Innes (dau of Sir Robert Innes of that ilk, 11th of Innes) Abercrombie to Ogilvy Alexander Abercrombie b: 1484 d: 1506 +Janet (of Deskford) Ogilvy George Abercrombie (of Pitmedden & Ley) +Christian (of Gartly) Barclay James Abercrombie (of Pitmedden) +Marjory Hay (of Errol) Abercrombie of Pitmedden 4-1550 +Elizabeth Leslie dau. of Alexander Leslie of Pitcaple Alexander Abercromby of Pitmedden (d 12.03.1593 + Margaret Leslie (b 1535, dau of William Leslie of Balquhain Alex Abercrombie (of Ley) +Marjorie (of findlater) Oglivy Sir Alex Abercrombie (Grand Falconer) + (1602) Elizabeth Bethune (dau of Bethune of Balfour) Sir Alex Abercrombie (1st Baronet of Birkenbog) b. c.1603 +Elizabeth Baird b: in Auchmedden dau of Sir James Baird of Auchmedden Sir James Abercromby 1668-1734 2nd baronet of Birkenbog + Lady Mary Gordon 1671-1742 (dau of Arthur Gordon of Straloch) James Alexander Abercrombie, II. b. 1713 in Scotland near St. Andrews d. 1782 m. 1st Hannah Pickard no issue, m. 2nd Katherine Thompson. John ABERCROMBE b 1736 Scotland d 1816 Laurens, SC m 1764 Ann KELLETT b c. 1742 Laurens, SC Daughter of: Joseph KELLETT b 1720 d 1785 Laurens, SC Colville Abercrombie, b 04 Oct. 1763, Ninety- Six Dist., SC, d. 01 Nov. 1837 Laurens Co., SC. m 11 Jul. 1785, Ninety- Six Dist., SC, MARY LINDLEY b. 1764, d. 12 June 1852, dau. of Thomas Lindley (son of, James Lindley, born April 16, 1681 and Eleanor Parke, born Jan 2, 1683.) b. 1706, Ballyredman, County Carlow, Ireland, d 14 Sep. 1781, Orange Co., NC. m 1731, Chester Co., PA, Ruth HADLEY, dau. Simon and Ruth (Miller) Hadley, b. 1711 d. 1785, Orange Co., NC. Ruthie Abercrombie b. 1803 Laurens Co., SC m. Alfred Franklin (Banks) SIMS 1800 – 1886 was the son of, Clayborn C. Sims Jr. b. 1760 Halifax, VA & d. 1812 m. 1785 Martha “Paddy” Parker b. 1766 & d. 1819 Laurens, SC dau. of William Parker SC. Alfred Sims and Ruthie Abercrombie moved to Georgia in 1834. Alfred d. in Rockdale Co., Ga. on April 2, 1886. Ruthie d. in Rockdale Co. Ga. 1892. Both are buried in Smyrna Church Cem., Rockdale Co., Ga. (um) the 1950 DeKalb Co., Ga. Sarah Elizabeth Sims b. Jan. 1, 1827 d. m. John A. Puckett b. Jan. 16, 1827 Newton C., GA son of John H. Puckett and Tabitha Richards. John A. Puckett was a soldier in the Confederate Army and the US Dakotas Indian Wars. John Rufas Puckett b.17 Mar. 1861 Henry Co., GA d. there 24 June 1951 m. 1st Harriett Ludella Pattillo b. 1869 Henry Co., GA d. 1929. Harriett was the dau. of James Martin Pattillo and Elizabeth Hightower. Fannie Louisa Puckett b.8 Aug 1887 d. 10 Jan 1923. m. William Dauphus Corley 12 Dec. 1903 born July 23, 1884 died May 11, 1967 Son of William A. Corley and MAry Elizabeth Callaway. James Calvin Corley b. 1 Aug. 1921 d. 8 Aug. 1973 m. Ruby Virgina Johnson b. 20 Mar. 1924 (Living) dau. of Nathan Lewis JOHNSON b. 16 July 1902-10 d. June 1989-Dallas N.C. and Lois Lillian WESTBROOK b 30 Apr. d. 23 Mar. 1928. Lois was the dau. of James Westbrook and Mary Lynch. David E. Corley m. Sherry Gentry (Living) Dr. Joe Aaron Corley m. Paula Eversole (Living) Issue: William Landon Corley, Adalyn Maris Corley Justin Daniel Corley (Living)
Elizabeth de Burgh Queen Elizabeth 1 of Scots
Elizabeth is likely to have met Robert the Bruce at the English court, and they were married in 1302 at Writtle, near Chelsford, Essex, England. Robert and Elizabeth were crowned as King and Queen of the Scots at Scone in March 27, 1306. This was in defiance of English rule of Scotland, and Elizabeth, with other family members, was sent to Kildrummy castle for safety under the protection of the king's brother Nigel. After the defeat of the Scots at the Battle of Methven the English laid siege on the castle containing the Royal party. The seige was finally broken when a blacksmith was bribed with ``all the gold he could carry`` to set fire to the corn store. Bruce's brother, along with all the men from the castle, were hung and beheaded, his sister Mary and the Countess of Buchan were on imprisoned in wooden cages that were erected on the walls of Berwick and Roxburgh castles while his 12 year old daughter Marjorie was sent to a nunnery. Due to Edward's unwillingness to anger the Earl of Ulster, Elizabeth was placed under house arrest in England. It was not until eight years later, after the English were defeated at Bannockburn, that Elizabeth finally released, in exchange for captured English nobles. Elizabeth gave birth to two sons and two daughters: John, Matilda, Margaret and David (the future king David II of Scotland). Elizabeth Bruce died on the October 27, 1327 at Cullen Castle, Banffshire and is buried in Dunfermline. Her husband died eight months later.