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Erskine family (per. c. 1350–c. 1450), administrators and noblemen  

S. I. Boardman

Erskine family (per. c. 1350–c. 1450), administrators and noblemen, became important in the court politics and government of Scotland in the second half of the fourteenth century. Established in Renfrewshire by the thirteenth century, the Erskines were followers of the Stewarts, and it was after the capture of ...

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Fleming, James, fourth Lord Fleming (1533/4–1558), courtier and nobleman  

Marcus Merriman

Fleming, James, fourth Lord Fleming (1533/4–1558), courtier and nobleman, was the elder son of Malcolm, third Lord Fleming (c.1494–1547), and his wife, Janet Stewart (d. 1560×64), an illegitimate daughter of James IV. Malcolm Fleming was chamberlain to James V by 1528 and remained high in the king's favour thereafter. A regular witness to charters under the great seal, he accompanied ...