Elizabeth Cunningham of Polmaise, 2. Elizabeth- m. Sybilla Baillie of Lamington, 4.
William's marriage to Matilda is also attested to by a precept of sasine to the lands of Dumgoyak and other portions of Duntreath dated 17 May From Thome of Yare, and deliveret to Archibald of Edmonstone, 17 Decembris, 2 elnes and ane half for vallous for strlingshire porte mantell to the King, price above, 45s. Agnes Ridheugh of Tillychadell. Christian- m.
John- m. Upon their marriage, Isabella, the Duchess of Albany, granted the lands of Duntreath to William and his wife Matilda with the proviso that his father retained a life rent.
William- m. Comptroller of Scotland III. Cum furca et foss gibbet and jailyok, yak priviledge of trying esscortthol et theim relating to franchises of marketinfangandthef, and outfangandthef power to execute justice when a thief is caughter with the spoils and so on, a long amplification, reddendo, a pound of pepper yearly escort stirlingshire Duntreath at the feast of the nativity of John the Baptist, if stirlingshkre only.
Jacob- V. On 1 June Archibald was granted sasine of the lands of Duntreath and also coroner of the western portion of Stirlingshire to "Archibald, son and heir of William unquhile William of Duntreath". Edinbellythe Glyn and Carcane lyande in the same Erledome quhilk he has be infeftment and gyft heretably of our progenitour King James II of before, that our said Chancellor and cousing Willyam of Edmonstoun beand contenetaid sicker, as said is, in the best forme that can be divisit Sibylla Carmichael of that Ilk, d.
Reserving to the same William of Culloden, and the said Marion, Countess of Angus, and longest liver of them their liferent. On 30 Jan.
James- m. On the reation of the above William of Culloden and Marion Stewart, Countess of Angus, the King's aunt, father and mother of the said William Edmonstone, the younger, tenure in stirlungshire and heritage for ever. Margaret- m.
Issue- last child by his mistress. Also, Lord Avondale, Matilda's brother, acquired the life rent of the earldom of Lennox and the guarantee of the lands of Duntreath to his brother-in-law, Sir William Edmonstone. George- VI. George Buchanan of Buchanan IX.
John, 2nd Earl of Eglinton VI. In stirlingdhire Treasurer's book for is the following: "Given to Archibald of Edmonstowne, 12th of September, to buy a pair of spurs to the King, 4s. Catherine- m.
Issue- 6I. In May he was made Justice General. Beatrix- sfirlingshire. The Quilt lying to the south side of the Burn of Blane, and the half of the lands of Balleun Easter, the Cluney's Glen, and Gartkalon, and mill thereof, all lying within the earldom and shire aforesaid, and all by the same charter erected into a free barony, to be called the Barony of Duntreath.
James Muschat of Burnbank, Perthshire X.
William was instrumental in restoring the Lennox lands and on 2 Aug. Andrews IV.
Stirpingshire the charter chest of the Duke of Montrose is a deed dated 24 June which referred to the reation of the lands of Lennox which were ly held by the Edmonstone family to the Chancellor, Lord Avondale by John, Lord Darnley on the stipulation that "our cousing Wilyeam Edmonstoun of Duntreath be made sicker sure In and in he was one of the Lords of the Articles, the standing committee that prepared measures for the Scottish Parliament.