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But the researches of later antiquaries have not only brought to light proofs of their having been seated in Norfolk in 1 100, and in Shropshire a few years later, but have also demonstrated the probability of the correctness of the traditional and generally received accounts of their Celtic descent.
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In this view, the reader shall be presented with such information and particulars regarding the early history of the House of Stewart as can be collected from the most approved authorities, and it will be for himself to determine the value to be placed on their testimony.
Among the various authorities from which this account has been compiled, are Fordun's History, WInton's Chronicles, Barbour's Bruce, Blind Harry's Wallace, Holinshed's Chronicles, Buchanan's History of Scotland, Sir James Dalrymple's Historical Collection, Sir David Dalrymple's Annals, Camden's Britannia, Crawfurd's History of the Stewarts, Abercromby's History, Anderson's Royal Genealogies, Simson's History of the Stewarts, Sir Robert Douglas' Peerage, Duncan Stewart's Genealogy of the Stewarts, Andrew Stuart's Genealogy of the Stewarts, Sir Henry Steuart's reply to Andrew Stuart, Brown's Genealogical Tree of the Royal Family of Stewart, Nisbet's Heraldry, Drummond of Hawthornden's History, Eyton's Antiquities of Shropshire, and his Account of the Origin and Early History of the Houses of FItzalan and Stuart, Corbet Anderson's Antiquities of Shropshire, Chalmers' Caledonia, Gordon's Monasticon, Origines Parochiales Scotiae, Lives of the Lindsays, Reports of the Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, Font's Cunlnghame, Eraser's Earls of Southesk, The Black Book of Taymouth, Burke's Genealogy of the Princes of North Wales, Burke's Armoury, Macaulay's History, Skene's Highlanders and Celtic Scotland, MSS. in the Register House, Edinburgh, and various Histories of the Highlands, and family papers.
He married Maud, grand daughter of Garede, Thane or Maormor of Atholl, and was murdered, with his three eldest sons, by Macbeth about 1050. Of him we read in Buchanan's History, that on the murder of his father and brothers, he escaped " secretly to Wales;" and in Corbet Anderson's Early History and Antiquities of Shropshire, that when Macbeth, King of Scotland, " sought about the year 1050, to secure the succession in his own line, by putting to death, and confiscating the estates of those whom he suspected of plotting the THE STEWARTS OF APPIN.