John Roy Stewart
He was the son of Donald, a farmer in Strathspey, grandson of John, the last of the Barons of Kincardine. Father gave him a good education, and procured him a commission in a Highland regiment, which at the period served in Flanders.
Among his poetry the most well known are "Lament for Lady Macintosh" and “The Day of Culloden” ("Latha Chul-Lodair").
- Lee, Sidney, ed. (1898). "Stewart, John (1700-1752)". Dictionary of National Biography. 54. London: Smith, Elder & Co.