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|Offspring of Robert Keith and Elizabeth Douglas (1496-1527|
|William Keith (1506-1581)|| |
|Robert Keith (1508-1551)|| |
|Christina Keith (1512-1553)||<year not a number> Keith, East Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom|| William Warrender (1500s-1500s)|
Robert Arbuthnott (1508-1579)
|Elizabeth Keith (1515-1562)|| |
|Janet Keith (c1528-1559)|
|Offspring of Christina Keith and William Warrender (1500s-1500s)|
|Elizabeth Warrender (1530-1597)||<year not a number> Balchristie, Fife, Scotland, United Kingdom||1597|| James Finley (1530-1597)|
|Offspring of Christina Keith and Robert Arbuthnott (1508-1579)|
|Christine Arbuthnott (1500s-1500s)|
Christian Keith was the daughter of Lord Robert Keith and Lady Elizabeth Douglas.
According to the book Sampson Stewart, His Royal Ancestors and Some of his Descendants by Sidney Wright Blount, the daughter of Lord Robert Keith and Elizabeth Douglas was Christian Keith, d. 1553, m. Robert Arbuthnott, d. 1579. Their daughter Christian Arbuthnott m. William Warrender of Balchristie. Their daughter was Elizabeth Warrender m. before 1576 James Finley, b. 1530, d. 1597, also of royal and baronial descent. Their son John Finley, b. 1579, d. 1670, m. (2) 1630 Sarah Craigie of Inchervie, co. Fife. Their daughter Judith Finley m. William Stewart of Ardigon, Killyleagh parish, co. Down, Ireland, b. ca. 1670, reported to be a descendant of Mary, Queen of Scots.
Guy Davis-compiled information and converted it into article format.
This is one of the weak links in gmfindley's family tree. With a birth date in 1512, and no dates on Christine (The only child listed on gmfindley's tree), and the grandaughter of Christian (Elizabeth Warrender (1530-1597)) is a solid record and she was born only 18 years after her "grandmother" means that both Christian and Christine each had their respective children at age 8... I am going to operate on the assumption that "Christine" is another name for "Christian" And that maybe this is a split record. Of course, that does put in question the entire problem with their respective husbands... which was the real husband? Or were these both two separate marriages, with only one producing Elizabeth? Because the data comes from only one tree I'm reluctant to assume this is one record and delete the other one just in case. But the evidence is overwhelming, so I'm making the "Christine" Entry anyway just in case. If research later confirms my theory, we can jut cut that entry free. Guy
If the above theory is correct, then this individual is known by both "Christine" and "Christian", though "Christian" is the name found in many records (and the spelling "Christine" was virtually unknown in Scotland in that period).
Sampson Stewart, His Royal Ancestors and Some of his Descendants by Sidney Wright Blount.
- The numbers beside each individual are of interest to some researchers. For details see help on Ahnentafel lists of ancestors. In a nutshell, the numbers are used to reveal the relation of the ancestor to the subject. For example, 6 corresponds to maternal grandfather.
|1.||Christina Keith (1512-1553)|
|2.||Robert Keith (1483-1513)|
Birth: 1483. Death: 1513.
|3.||Elizabeth Douglas (1496-1527)|
|4.||William Keith (1460-1530)|
|5.||Elizabeth Gordon (1465-1525)|
Birth: 1465. Death: 1525.