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date: 25 February 2020

Hay, James, first earl of Carlislelocked

(c. 1580–1636)
  • Roy E. Schreiber


Hay, James, first earl of Carlisle (c. 1580–1636), courtier and diplomat, was the son of Sir James Hay (d. 1610) of Fingask, comptroller of Scotland in 1608, who lived in Pitscottie, Fife, and was descended from the earls of Erroll; his mother was probably ...

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