James, Master of Ogilvy, died before his father, being
killed at the battle of Pinkie 10 September 1547. He
had made a will in the Abbey of Gupar in the chamber of
the Abbot, on which his wife took an instrument, 30 July
1545, 'In respect of this tribulis tyme and raid against the
Inglismen old innemeis of Scotland.' He had married (before
1 October 1539) Katherine Campbell, daughter of Sir John
Campbell of Cawdor, Knight. His widow married, as her
second husband, David, ninth Earl of Crawford, and had
issue. She died in 1574, and was buried at Edzell. Their
- 1. James, fifth Lord Ogilvy.
- 2. Archibald, and...
- 3. Alexander, called sons of Katherine Campbell, relict
of James, Master of Ogilvy, in a tack of the thirds of the Church of Lintrathen.
- 4. Helen, married, 1559, John Ogilvy, fiar of Innerquharity.
- 5. Agnes, married John Erskine of Dun.