Bundy Families of the United States - Royal & Imperial Lineage - "The Sangraal" & "The Bloodroyal"
 
Margaret Mackie  b(abt) 1626
 
James Finley b(abt)1636 in Inchervie, Fife, Scotland & Margaret Mackie  b(abt) 1626 in Scotland
daughter of:
Alexander MackieMargaret Forbes  1614 in Alford,Aberdeen,Scotland
daughter of:
John Forbes b: 1568 in Corse,Aberdeen,Scotland & Christian Barclay - page 10 - b: 1557 in Mather,Kincardine,Scotland (according to other research she was also listed as: Elizabeth Barclay Or Barlow, Widow of 1st Lord Elphinstone. Some have name as Barlow or Berlay. Englishwoman in household of Queen Margaret, w of James IV. but they list her as dying on 10 SEP 1518. This seems to conflict with other records but Elizabeth is listed as marrying John Forbes and the children listed are the same. Perhaps the dates are just recorded incorectly. John Forbes is listed in these same records as: 6th Lord Forbes and dying in 1547. These records indicate: Together with his first surviving son he was accused of treason and imprisoned in Edinburgh Castle in 1563. He was eventually released, though his son was beheaded.
Record is confusing somewhat as follows:
son of::
William Forbes  & Christian Gordon 
son of::
John Forbes &  (2) Christian Lundin
His marriages are: (1) Catherine Stewart Married: ABT 1500 - Children:  Elizabeth Forbes, John Forbes, (2) Christian Lundin Married: ABT 1510 - Children: William Forbes, Elizabeth Forbes, & (3) Elizabeth Barclay or Barlow Married: 1515 - Children: Janet Jean Forbes, Arthur Forbes   
(no listing in these records of a Margaret) John Forbes was the minister of finance. He was of Alford, Aberdeenshire, Scotland; 3rd s/o William; ordainedminister of Alford in 1593; banished for life for high treason(eg. religious disobedience) 1606 and left for France; waspastor of a British congregation in Middelburg, Netherlands1611-21; then pastor of the British church at Delft, where he was removed 1628 by influence of Charles I of England; died æabout 66.    
son of:
John Forbes
son of:
William Forbes - 4th Laird of Corse & Elizabeth Strachan - daughter of: John Strachan (also refered to as: "Alexander" of Thornton.)
William Forbes: Fourth Laird of Corse, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, to which he succeeded 1568; acquired Wester Corse and Norham and built thecastle in 1584; early adherent of the Reformation.    
son of:
Patrick Forbes died: 1568 & Marjory Lumsden - Patrick Forbes, Third of Corse, Aberdeenshire, England; lessee of O'Neil in1546.- daughter of: Robert Lumsden of Cushnie
son of:
David Forbes David "trail the Axe"; 2nd of Corse.& Elizabeth Panter - Sister to Patrick Panter of Newmanswells, near Montrose, Abbotof Cambuskenneth.    
son of:
Patrick Forbes b: ABT 1440 in Scotland - Of Coul and 1st of Corse and Kincraigy, Aberdeenshire, Scotland;Laird of the Barony of O'Neil; armor-bearer to James III; landsgranted by charter from King James III to Patrick Forbes,brother-german to William, 3rd Lord Forbes, of the Barony of O'Neil and Corse, dated Edinburgh 17 Dec 1476; arms "Az. a crosspattée fitchée or, betw. three bear's heads coupled ar. muzzledgu."; crest "A wreath of thorns ppr."; motto "Rosis coronatspina".    
son of:
Baron James Forbes Egidia Keith  - died: 1473
Lineage Baron James Forbes Descended from the barony of Keith in East Lothian; created 1st Earl Marischal of Scotland by King James II of Scotland in 1458
                                               son of:                                                                                                                         2nd daughter of:
Baron James Forbes - 2nd Baron Forbes, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, to which he succeededin 1448; fought in battle of Brechin 18 May 1452; appointed byParliament of 1457, in which he sat, as one of the Lords of Session for the Court of Justice at Aberdeen.    
son of: 
Baron Alexander Forbes b: ABT 1380 &  Elizabeth Douglas - page 19 - Elizabeth Douglas was married. (2) Sir David Hay of Yester. Baron Alexander Forbes  - 1st Baron Forbes, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, to which he succeededin 1404; accompanied Alexander Stuart to England to tilt withLord Beaumont in 1408; gathered considerable land and wealthfrom his wife's connections; Knight; created a peer by James IIin 1442 as Baron Forbes; made a Lord of Parliament 1444/5; had abastard son, Richard, before 1421; died æ 68.    
son of: 
Sir John Forbes  & Elizabeth Kennedy (Elizabeth or Margaret of Dunure)  -  Sir John "of the Black Lip"; Laird of Druminnor, Kynaldie, and other estates; Knight of Forbes; appointed Justiciary and Coroner of Aberdeenshire 1394.    
son of: 
John de Forbes - Received charters of various lands from King Robert and King David Bruce; sheriff of Aberdeenshire 1374; a Procurator for theBishop of Moray, 1375.    
son of: 
John de Forbes - Death: 1332 in Dupplin, Ireland - Might have been a deForbes other than John; killed at the battle of Dupplin, 1332, following Lord Mar.    
son of: 
John de Forbes - Defender of Urquhart, 1305    
son of: 
Duncan de Forbes - Received the first charter in the name of Forbes, 1272 in the23rd year of the reign of King Alexander III
 
Sir William Keith b: abt: 1376 & Mary Hamilton b: abt 1380    
son of: 
Sir Robert Keith b: abt: 1350 in Dunnottar, Kincardineshire, Scotland & Heiress of Troup b: abt: 1352 in Troup, Banffshire, Scotland    
son of: Sir William Keith b: abt: 1328 & Margaret Fraser b: abt 1330    
son of: Sir Edward Keith b: abt: 1308 & Isobel (de Keth) b: abt 1310    
son of: Sir William (Robert) de Keth b: abt: 1280 &  Barbara de Seton - page 08 - b: abt 1285 
son of: Sir John de Keth  d bef 1270    
son of: Herveus de Keth  d: bef. 1242 - 1250    
son of: Philip de Keth  d: bef. 1220  &  Eda Lorens - page 16 
son of: Malcolm de Keth    
son of: Herveus de Keth  d: bef 1196 in Scotland