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1st Lord Avondale
(38) ANDREW STEWART appears to have succeeded his elder brother in the Barony of Avondale in 1489, but in any case he was created LORD AVONDALE (S.) in that year. He fell at Flodden 1513, leaving three sons :-
(a) ANDREW, 1st Lord Ochiltree .
(b) HENRY, First Lord Methven .
(c) JAMES, of Beith .
Arms: of Lord of Avondale.- 1. Scotland. 2. Stewart. 3. Lennox. 4. Fife. All within bordure compony blue and silver (Lindsay).
Major-General Robert Stuart, H.E.I.C.S., recorded Arms 1802.-1 and 4. Scotland. 2. Stewart, with red mullet in chief 3. Lennox. In centre of shield a black mullet, and all within an engrailed bordure compony blue and silver. CREST: A right arm issuing, grasping a sword in bend sinister proper, hilted and pommelled gold. MOTTO: "Deo_juvante_vinco." (Lyon Register).