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date: 24 September 2020

Hamilton, James, second marquess of Hamiltonlocked

  • David Stevenson


Hamilton, James, second marquess of Hamilton (1589–1625), courtier, was the son of John Hamilton, first marquess of Hamilton (1539/40–1604), and Margaret (c.1545–1625), daughter of John Lyon, seventh Lord Glamis, and widow of Gilbert Kennedy, fourth earl of Cassillis. All that is known of his education is that he was brought up with ...

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