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According to Emma Stewart (in a letter to Robyn Wilcox 8 Mar 1935): Our American people trace themselves to the brother [of James, son of Mary, Queen of Scots] who came to Virginia, then to Kentucky, and then to Indiana.


Charles Stewart, native of New Jersey, during Revolutionary War was Commissary General of Issues, Colonel, on staff of General George Washington.
Lazarus Stewart from North Ireland to the United States in 1729 "situate on Swahatawas Creek", afterwards lived in Hanover Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

ca 1744: died Hanover Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

ca 1712: son John born.

ca 1714: daughter Margaret born.

no date: daughter Margery born.

no date: son Lazarus born.

no date: son Peter born.

no date: son James born.

no date: son David born.
John Stewart (son of Lazarus Stewart)

ca 1712: born North Ireland.

no date: married Frances _______ (1721-16 Nov 1790).

1739: son William born; died 14 July 1803.

1741: son Larazus born.

no date: daughter Mary born; married George Espy.

no date: daughter Jane born.

no date: son James born.

no date: son John born.

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Margaret Stewart (daughter of Lazarus Stewart)

ca 1714: born North Ireland.

ca 1731: married Lancster County, Pennsylvania, her cousin Charles Stewart.

ca 1732: son Charles born.

ca 1734: son Lazarus born

ca 1737: son James born; married Priscilla Espy (1751-9 Nov 1815), youngest sister of George Espy, she m/2 Capt Andrew Lee; died 1783.

ca 1739: daughter Jane born; married John Campbell.
Margery Stewart (daughter of Lazarus Stewart)

no date: married John Young.


Lazarus Stewart (son of Lazarus Stewart)
Peter Stewart (son of Lazarus Stewart)

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James Stewart (son of Lazarus Stewart)

???no date: married Margaret Stewart .

no date: son Lazarus born.
Lazarus Stewart (son of James and Margaret (Stewart) Stewart)

ca 1734: born Derry Township, later Hanover Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

no date: married Margaret Espy (____-1796-1800 Hanover Township, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania).

1768: son James born; died 1808.

1770: daughter Elizabeth born; married Alexander Jameson; died 20 Aug 1806.

1778: daughter Martha born; died 1796 unmarried.

Before Apr 1772: son Josiah born; married Mercy Chapman. Was guardian of Elizabeth and Martha.

1770: daughter Margaret born; died Nov 1832.

1771: daughter Priscilla born; married Joseph Avery Rathbun. Children: John, Lazaurs and Joseph Rathbun.

1774: daughter Mary born Hanover Township, Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania; married 1792 REv. Andrew Grey. Children:

James Grey born 1794: married Rebecca Roberts.

Margaret Grey born 1796; married Richard Gillespie; died 10 Aug 1821.

Jane Grey born 1798; married Daniel Gallatin.

William Grey born Sept 1800; died 7 Feb 1821, unmarried.

Andrew Grey left home and never heard from again.

Maria Grey born 13 May 1805; married James Jack; died 23 Dec 1870.

Martha Grey died unmarried.

Elizabeth Grey married Robert Perrine.



The Harvey Book, Oscar Jewell Harvey, Wilkesboro, Pennsylvania: Author, 1899.

1778: killed in battle; estate probated by Margaret in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania.


David Stewart (son of Lazarus Stewart)
Charles Stewart

no date: son Laz


*Charles Stewart

*ca 1705: son John born.

no date: son James born.

no date: ?son Francis born.

no date: daughter Mary born.

no date: ?son Stephen born.

no date: ?son Charles born.

21 Jan 1722/23: bought a tract of land in Gloucester County, New Jersey, but lived in Raritan, Bridgewater Township, Somerset County, and had extensive interests.

12 Feb 1734: will dated; devised to his sons John and James two adjoining tracts of land in Gloucester County, New Jersey. The land was probably around Haddonfield, now in Camden County, close to Philadelphia.

21 Mar 1734/35: will probated in Somerset County, witnessed by John Reade, John Broughton, and Jacob Janeway. He signed his named Steward, of Somerset County, and appointed Richard vanVeighten as his executor.

Of Raritan, Somerset County, New Jersey.
Francis Stewart (?son of Charles Stewart)

1 Mar 1771: made will

19 Oct 1777: will probated, during the Revolutionary War. He didn't mention a wife or children, but gave his money to Francis McCown, Elizabeth Hackett, Keziah Tunison and the sons of William McCown  John, James, William and Henry McCown. He was right in a community of Dutch, many of whom took the king's side in the discussions and disagreeements that led up to the breach of 1775. It is likely that Francis split with his sons  maybe William and "Tory Jim" Stewart  and ignored them in his will.

Of Raritan, Somerset County, New Jersey.

According to the Stewart Clan Magazine: "Francis could have been left out of his father's will for the reason that a younger son had no right, under the law of inheritance then prevailing, to sue for any part of his father's estate. It was customary for a father to give cash to his daughters and his younger sons. It was usual for a farmer to keep money, which was silver and gold, in his strong box. Banking houses were in the cities and for merchants and extensive traders. The reason for thinking that Francis was Charles's son is that Francis was a surety on the bond 12 Mar 1740/41 of James McClenny (McElheney) to marry Mary Stewart, Charles's daughter.
Mary Stewart (daughter of Charles Stewart)

1740: married James McIlhenny, tavern keeper of Bound Brook, Somerset County, made will 28 Sept 1760 (the witnesses were Charles Stewart, Tobias Van Norden, and Redman Conyngham. Redman Conyngham, or a kinsman of the same name, was related to merchant Stewarts from Ireland in Philadelphia and Baltimore). McIlhenny, in his will, named his wife Mary and his children Susanna McWilliams, Mary, William, Anna, and James.

no date: daughter Susanna born (married __ McWilliams).

no date: daughter Mary born.

no date: son William born.

no date: daughter Anna born.

no date: son James born.

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Stephen Stewart (?son of Charles Stewart)

Of Perth Amboy, Middlesex County, New Jersey.

no date: married Elizabeth _________.

no date: daughter Sarah born.

6 June 1735: bought 40 acres of land in Middlesex County, New Jersey from John Brown for 25 pounds. This date corresponds with the date when Charles Stewart's worldly goods were being divided up.

1752: appeared in the New Jersey archives.

Stephen may have been a cousin to the Stephen Stewart who son James, born 8 June 1743, went to

Frederick County, Virginia.

According to the Stewart Clan Magazine: "Stephen is thought to have been a son of Charles of Somerset County for the reason that his daughter Sarah married in 1752 Patrick McGee, laborer, of Monmouth County, and Charles Stewart, in a schedule of assets attached to his will of 1734, noted a debt of 3 pounds owed him for a horse by Patrick McGee, probably the father of the Patrick McGee who married Sarah Stewart some 18 years later."
Sarah Stewart (daughter of Stephen and Elizabeth _________) Stewart)

25 July 1752: marriage bond signed by Patrick McGee, laborer of Monmouth County, New Jersey.

James Newell of Perth Amboy was fellow bondsman. 1760: lived in New York City.

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*John Stewart (?son of Charles Stewart)

ca 1705: born.

no date: married Elizabeth ______________ (According to the Stewart Clan Magazine she was perhaps a Brown, for the account in 1728 of Preserved Brown, one of the executors of the will of his brother Nicholas Brown of Manahockin, Monmouth County, New Jersey, 1723 4, showed payments to John Steward and his wife Elizabeth). - (or perhaps Nicholas Brown of Monmouth County, New Jersey)

1735: lived in Monmouth County, New Jersey.

15 June 1735: son William baptized.

20 Nov 1737: son Samuel baptized.

26 June 1741: son Ezekiel born.

24 Apr 1743: daughter Margaret baptized.

no date: daughter Elizabeth born; married 26 Jan 1773 First Baptist Church, Cape May County, New Jersey, to Jacob Hewet.

no date: son Archibald born.

no date: son Stephen born.

no date: son Jacob born. )

*1751: son David born.

Stewart Clan Magazine volume 26 pl04. Miss Bessie Bell of Pueblo, Colorado, says that this family came from near Philadelphia and settled in Kentucky; some later went to Jackson County, Missouri.


William Stewart (son of John and Elizabeth (_________) Stewart)

15 June 1735: baptized Shrewsburg, Monmouth County, New Jersey.

before 1832: died.

He moved with his family to Gloucester County, New Jersey. His brother, Ezekiel, referred to William (in his pension application) as dead.


Samuel Stewart (son of John and Elizabeth (__________) Stewart)

20 Nov 1837: baptized Scots' Presbyterian Church, Monmouth County, New Jersey.

ca. 1745: moved with parents to Gloucester County, New Jersey.

before 28 Nov 1777: married Elizabeth Thomas (17 July 1736 __.), daughter of Richard and Deborah (Hughes) Thomas (Richard Thomas had a half brother William Thomas, who married Mary Wayne). Samuel was Presbyterian.

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Ezekiel Stewart (son of John and Elizabeth (_______) Stewart)

26 June 1741: born Perth Amboy, Amboy County, New Jersey (?South Amboy, Middlesex County?).

ca. 1745: moved with parents to Gloucester County, New Jersey.

4 May 1773: married First Baptist Church, Cape May County, New Jersey to Rachel Garrison or

Larrison.

ca 1774: daughter Rebecca born.

no date: son Stephen born.

ca 1 Dec 1776: enlisted Revolutionary War from Gloucester County, New Jersey. He marched to the Delaware River, where the British had been marching up and down without much opposition, and took part in the attack on Trenton 25 or 26 Dec 1776, and the battle at Princeton. Apr 1777: discharged after 4 months of service.

Fall 1778: re-enlisted; served one month as a volunteer and the next month as a substitute for William

Fox. He was stationed two months as a guard at Haddonfield, and then discharged.

no date: son Thomas born.

no date: son Ezekiel born.

no date: son Samuel born.

1783: son Jacob born.

11 Oct 1785: son David born.

ca 1792: moved to Montgomery County, Kentucky; lived on Lulbegrud Creek (named by persons fond of Gulliver's Travels). This was in Clark County which, four years later, became part of Montgomery County. Pension papers.

1810: not found in Kentucky 1810 census.

1 Apr 1832: applied for pension; he was pensioned $20 a year from 4 Mar 1831 as a private in Virginia militia (at the time of his pension application, he had a brother, who was then dead, who was six years older than he).

1833: received pension.

25 Mar 1837: died, age 95 years, at his home on Lulbegrud Creek, in present Powell County,

Kentucky.
Rebecca Stewart (daughter of Ezekiel and Rachel (Larrison) Stewart)

ca 1774/8: born.

20 Dec 1794: married Clark County, Kentucky, to Joseph Whiteside or Whitesitt.

2 July 1814: widow.


Stephen Stewart (son of Ezekiel and Rachel (Larrison) Stewart)

no date: married Margaret

2 July 1814: bought 150 acres of land on Lulbegrud Creek from Green Clay of Madison County, 'q3eing part of the claim of John Mayo which was divided between said Green Clay and John Mayo's heirs." This land adjoined land belonging to Ezekiel Stewart.

1 Mar 1817: bought 13 acres on Lulbegrud Creek which had been taken from Lewis G.A. Armistead in a lawsuit 1 Apr 1815 by Thomas Craddock and Jacob Stewart.

23 Aug 1817: deed from Stephen and Margaret Stewart to Findley Garrett 37A on Lulbegrud Creek, part of the John Mayo 3000 acre survey.

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Thomas Stewart (son of Ezekiel and Rachel (Larrison) Stewart)

no date: married Mary Jennie McDowell. Tradition says married in Scotland.

ca 1805: son James born Pennsylvania or West Virginia.

no date: daughter Mary born.

20 Feb 1809: twin son Madison born.

20 Feb 1809: twin son Patterson born.

5 Apr 1812: son Archibald M. born.

8 June 1814: daughter Demaris born.

no date: daughter Catherine born; died in infancy.

ca 1817: son William born.

3 Oct 1823: deed from Thomas Stewart, of Estill County, Kentucky, to Paul Durrett for $200 102A Montgomery County, Kentucky on the waters of the Sycamore and Brush Creeks, water of Slate Creek, in Montgomery County, Kentucky.

3 Feb 1826: deed from Thomas Stewart to Robert Dickey for $1,000 Montgomery County, Kentucky

(which Thomas bought from George Lance).

12 Mar 1827: deed from George and Nelly Lance to Thomas Stewart 102A. Later a suit was brought against Thomas by George Lance but the papers were destroyed when the Montgomery County courthouse was burned during the Civil War.

5 Nov 1830: deed from Thomas Stewart to Thomas Brewer (Thomas Brewer sold it to Maidson

Stewart on 7 Sept 1831. Madison was mentioned in the suit by Lance).

1830: Thomas and his son James started from Mount Sterling, each with a four horse team and wagon, with the purpose of hauling immigrants to the new lands in the west. They were last

heard from when on the bank of the Ohio River, waiting for the flood to pass, in 1831.

Reference: The Stewart Clan Magazine; Vernon L. Clark of Phoenix, Arizona.
Mary Stewart (daughter of Thomas and Jennie (McDowell) Stewart)

no date: married Thomas Brewer.

no date: son born.

no date: son born.

no date: son born.

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Madison Stewart (son of Thomas and Jennie (McDowell) Stewart)

20 Feb 1809: born.

7 Sept 1831: deed from Thomas Brewer to Madison Stewart (see Thomas Stewart above).

4 Feb 1832: married Celia Daniel (____ 18 Jan 1904 Kansas City, Missouri) daughter of

Mickelberry and Anna (Scholl) Daniel.

7 Jan 1834: son Patterson born.

28 Nov 1836: daughter Jincy born.

25 Dec 1857: daughter Louisa born.

19 July 1841: daughter Anna Eliza born.

30 May 1844: daughter Sarah Frances born.

15 May 1847: daughter Mary Jane born.

2 Feb 1851: daughter Caroline born.

27 Nov 1856: son Henry Clay born; died 14 Jan 1873, age 16, Kentucky.

According to U.S. Biographical Dictionary: Missouri, 1876, page 814 they were both natives of Kentucky. He was a member of the old line whig party and was twice elected to the state

legislature, later serving as sheriff of Montgomery County for a number of years.

22 Feb 1874: died Clay City, Kentucky.



Patterson Stewart (son of Madison and Celia (Daniel) Stewart)

7 Jan 1834: born near Mount Sterling, Montgomery County, Kentucky.

28 Feb 1865: married Kansas City, Missouri, to Mary Catherine Holmes.
Jincy Stewart (daughter of Madison and Celia (Daniel) Stewart)

28 Nov 1836: born near Mount Sterling, Montgomery County, Kentucky.

14 Oct 1852: married Stanton, Clark County, Kentucky, to Dr. John Thompson Clark.
Louisa Stewart (daughter of Madison and Celia (Daniel) Stewart)

25 Dec 1838: born near Mount Sterling, Montgomery County, Kentucky.

22 Dec 1857: married Martin VanBuren Lyle.

24 Apr 1917: died Kansas City, Missouri.


Anna Eliza Stewart (daughter of Madison and Celia (Daniel) Stewart)

19 July 1841: born near Mount Sterling, Montgomery County, Kentucky.

30 Dec 1859: married John W. Vaughn.

9 July 1931: died Phoenix, Arizona.


Sarah Frances Stewart (daughter of Madison and Celia (Daniel) Stewart)

30 May 1844: born near Mount Sterling, Montgomery County, Kentucky.

29 Nov 1863: married Powell County, Kentucky, to Mark L. Hall.

1918: died.


Mary Jane Stewart (daughter of Madison and Celia (Daniel) Stewart)

15 May 1847: born near Mount Sterling, Montgomery County, Kentucky.

no date: married Jeremiah Smallwood.

2 Sept 1898: died.


Caroline Stewart (daughter of Madison and Celia (Daniel) Stewart)

2 Feb 1851: born near Mount Sterling, Montgomery County, Kentucky.

no date: married Frank Peary.

20 Apr 1872: died Kansas.

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Patterson Stewart (twin son of Thomas and Jennie (McDowell) Stewart)

20 Feb 1809: born.

no date: married Montgomery County, Kentucky, to Jestine Sharp, sister of Tilman Sharp, Jestine m/2

Davey Tate and moved to Kansas City, Missouri.

no date: daughter Mary born.

1837: died of typhoid fever.


Mary Stewart (daughter of Patterson and Jestine (Sharp) Stewart)

1849: married Joseph Vaughn.

Mary and Joseph had five children.
Archibald M. Stewart (son of Thomas and Jennie (McDowell) Stewart)

5 Apr 1812: born West Virginia.

20 Apr 1835: marriage bond Estill County, Kentucky, to Cinderella (Sharp) McKinney (3 Aug 1808-

Greenville, Texas), sister of Jestine and Tilman Sharp and widow of Frank McKinney. 3 Mar 1836: son James born.

15 Dec 1837: son Tilman B. born.

11 Nov 1839: son Thomas born.

1841: daughter Mary J.E. born.

25 July 1843: son Bluford born.

8 June 1847: twin son Zachariah Taylor born.

8 June 1847: twin son Winfield Scott born near Martin City, Missouri; died 1850.

1851: went to Jackson County, Missouri. He lived in Estill County, Kentucky, until he went to Missouri. Settled on a 370 acre farm south of Little Santa Fe, or New Santa, now Martin City, Missouri.

1857: appointed administrator of his brother William's estate.

30 July 1885: died Jackson County, Missouri; buried New Santa Fe Christian Church at 125th St. and

State Line Rd., Martin City, Missouri. Known as A.M.


James Stewart (son of Archibald M. and Cinderella (Sharp) Stewart)

3 Mar 1836: born.

no date: married Minnie Ervin, widow.

14 Aug 1899: died Tate, Texas.


Tilman B. Stewart (son of Archibald M. and Cinderella (Sharp) Stewart)

15 Dec 1837: born.

no date: married Fannie Lyle.

Tilman and Fannie had six children.

28 Feb 1873: died; buried New Santa Fe Christian Church at 125th St. and State Line Road, Martin

City, Missouri.


Thomas Stewart (son of Archibald M. and Cinderella (Sharp) Stewart)

11 Nov 1839: born.

30 Jan 1860: married Missouri to Amanda Lyle.

29 Dec 1915: died Royse, Texas.


Mary J. E. Stewart (daughter of Archibald M. and Cinderella (Sharp) Stewart)

1841: born.

22 July 1859: married Missouri to Daniel Lyle.

13 Sept 1913: died Greenville, Texas.


Bluford Stewart (son of Archibald M. and Cinderella (Sharp) Stewart)

25 July 1843: born.

no date: married Alice Gregg.

no date: m/2 Anna Bryant.

1931: died Greenville, Texas.

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Zachariah Taylor Stewart (twin son of Archibald M. and Cinderella (Sharp) Stewart)

8 June 1847: born near Martin City, Missouri, after the news of General Zachary Taylor's victory over the Mexicans in the battle of Buena Vista 23 Feb 1847.

10 Apr 1873: married Sarah Sallie Frances Kerr (4 Mar 1854 Warrensburg, Missouri I0 May 1948,

age 94 years, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Clarence Dillon, at Coffeyville, Kansas).

no date: daughter Maude born.

no date: daughter Mary Kate born.

no date: son Kerr born.

no date: son Tom Quiller born.

no date: son Richard born.

no date: son Charles born.

no date: child born. 27 Apr 1920: died.

According to the Stewart Clan Magazine: Dick and Charlie Stewart attended high school in Olathe, Kansas, in 1898, when the future editor of the Stewart Clan Magazine was in the eighth grade, in the same building  handsome, popular boys, with an appearance of wealth out of the ordinary in the `hard times' of patched pants and shoes run down at the heels. At that time Charlie was spelling his name Stuart, which set him above the plain Stewarts, but he must have recanted later.


Richard Stewart (son of Zachariah Taylor and Sallie Frances (Kerr) Stewart)

1898: attended high school Olathe, Kansas.

no date: daughter Dorothy born Olathe, Kansas.

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Demaris Stewart (daughter of Thomas and Jennie (McDowell) Stewart)

8 June 1814: born.

22 May 1834: married Tilman Sharp.

3 Aug 1870: died New Santa Fe, Missouri.


William Stewart (son of Thomas and Jennie (McDowell) Stewart)

ca 1817: born near Mount Sterling, Montgomery County, Kentucky.

no date: married Mary E. (Dunlap?).

ca 1851: left Kentucky and settled in Jackson County, Missouri.

1855: killed when his team of mules ran away on the Westport Independence Road while hauling lumber, the load slipping while going downhill and frightening the team. 5 Dec 1855: wife Mary E. appointed administratrix of his estate. About two years later Archibald

Stewart was made administrator because the widow had remarried and left the state. There were no children.

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Ezekiel Stewart (son of Ezekiel and Rachel (Larrison) Stewart)

no date: daughter Pauline born (married __ Day).

no date: son Harrison born (died unmarried June 1836).

23 Oct 1834: deed from Adam Riddell to Ezekiel Stewart for three tracts of land on Noland's Creek in Estill County, Kentucky, a total of 210 acres. 35 acres adjoined land belonging to A. Stewart.

11 Sept 1835: gave power of attorney to Harrison Stewart to make deeds for lands he had sold and

to collect money; he apparently left for Missouri soon afterward. Harrison Stewart died in June 1836: (Harrison made a will on 15 June 1836 in the presence of Samuel Stewart and Miriam Dougherty; he gave his property to his sister Pauline Day and her daughter).

22 July 1836: gave power of attorney to Samuel Stewart of Madison County, Kentucky; Ezekiel was living in Jackson County, Missouri.

8 Dec 1836: deed from Ezekiel Stewart to Ezekiel Dickerson 97 acres of land on the waters of

Noland's Creek. Moved to Jackson County, Missouri.

According to the Stewart Clan Magazine he was qualified to perform marriages.

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Samuel Stewart (son of Ezekiel and Rachel (Larrison) Stewart)

13 Nov 1806: married Clark County, Kentucky, to Edith Noland (marriage bond signed the day before

by David Stewart).

no date: son Joshua born.

no date: son Franklin born.

no date: daughter Polly born.

16 Apr 1813: son David Singleton born.

no date: daughter Narcissus born.

no date: daughter Edith born.

no date: daughter Sally born.

ca 1830: son Samuel born.

5 Mar 1818: deed from Robert Martin to Samuel Stewart for 94 acres in Madison County on the bank

of Kentucky River opposite the mouth of Red River.

1 Dec 1819: deed from Thomas Owen and Thomas Allen more land in the same locality.

1838: sold land and moved to Jackson County, Missouri, locating near the Kansas state line at New




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