12 December 1296. Isabella of Mar, Queen to Robert ‘the Bruce’ King of Scots, was born in 1277 and died at age 19. 24th Great Grandmother of President Donald Trump.
In 1503, King of Scots James the Fourth gave his bride Princess Margaret Tudor a Book of Hours be read for every hour every day of the year. The Scots Book of Days renews that tradition. Also for this date see
Trump Turnberry Golf Course in Ayrshire Scotland, which the Trump Organization acquired in 2014, has hosted four Open Championships, and ranked fourth in a Golf Course rating website.
Turnberry is the birthplace of King Robert the First, called ‘The Bruce’ and 1st Earl of Carrick, Lord Annandale, 2nd Lord Brus. According to FamilySearch.org, website created by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, President Trump descends from King Robert’s two wives.
‘The Bruce’ and his the First wife, Isabella of Mar, born 1277 died age 19 on 12 December 1296. Their only child, a daughter Princess Marjorie Bruce, married Walter the Sixth High Stewart of Scots. Their son Robert the Second, Stewart, King of Scots, married Elizabeth Mure of Rowallan. Their son, Robert the Third, John Stewart was king from 1390 to 1406 and married Annabella Drummond. A daughter Princess Mary Stewart married Sir James Kennedy the Younger of Dunure. Their son Gilbert First Baron Kennedy, and Regent, married Catherine Maxwell. Their daughter Catherine Kennedy married Alexander Second Baron Montgomerie.
|A son, Hugh Montgomery 1st Earl Eglinton and 3rd Baron Montgomery and Justice General of North Scotland. QV DNB married Helen Campbell.|
Their Daughter Helen Elizabeth Montgomery married John Blair Second of that Ilk.
A son John Blair the Third of that Ilk married Grizel Grace Semple
|A son, Alexander Blair, who after 1603 assumed the Cochrane name and estates married Elizabeth Cochrane.|
|Their son William Cochrane Senior, the First Earl of Dundonald, QV DNB born 1605 and died 1685 married Eupheme Scot.|
|Next in descent was Sir William Lord Cochrane married Katherine Kennedy. Next Lady Margaret Cochrane and Alexander Seton Montgomerie Ninth Earl of Eglinton. Next Lady Margaret Montgomerie married to Sir Alexander MacDonald 7th Baronet, who had Isabella Macdonald, and who married Martin. A daughter Margaret Martin, married Alexander Mcqueen, and their son Angus MacSween married Margaret Campbell. Their daughter Henrietta MacSween or McSwane married Duncan Smith. Their Son Donald Smith was a woolen weaver and cottar farmer. Donald died on October 26, 1868, off the coast Broadbay, Scotland, when a squall of wind overturned his boat. Donald married Mary Macaulay in Garrabost on the Isle of Lewis, Scotland, and had Mary Smith who married Malcolm MacLeod of Stornoway, Outer Hebrides, Scotland. Malcolm was a fisherman and crofter and also served as the compulsory officer in charge of enforcing attendance at the local school in Tong, Scotland. Malcolm and Mary Smith had a daughter Mary Anne MacLeod, who was married in 1936 to Frederick Christ Trump. [11 more Generations], parents of Donald John Trump Senior.|
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