James Stuart, 2nd Earl of Bute
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James Stuart, 2nd Earl of Bute (before 1696 – 28 January 1723) was the son of James Stuart, 1st Earl of Bute and Agnes Mackenzie.
- John Stuart, 3rd Earl of Bute (25 May 1713 – 10 March 1792)
- James Stuart-Mackenzie (b. before 1723 – c. April 1800)
- Hon. Archibald Stuart
- Lady Mary Stuart (b. c1713, d. 30 December 1773) married 31 October 1729 to Sir Robert Menzies of Weem (b. c1706, d. 1786)
- Lady Elizabeth Stuart
- Anne Stuart (b. before 1723 – 28 November 1786), married July 1736 James Johnstone (later Ruthven, 5th Lord Ruthven of Freeland)
- Lady Jean Stuart
- Lady Grace Stuart
- "Bute, Earl of (S, 1703)" Cracroft's Peerage. Web.
- Menzies, David Prentice, The “Red and White” Book of Menzies: The History of Clan Menzies and Its Chiefs (Glasgow: Banks, 1894), p. 401. Open Library. Internet Archive.
- Alexander Hastie Millar, The Historical Castles and Mansions of Scotland: Perthshire and Forfar (London: Gardner, 1890), p. 59. GoogleBooks.
- Menzies, p. 401.
- ThePeerage.com identifies her death date as 28 November; Cracroft's Peerage says 26 November.
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