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John (HANNAY) HANNAH

Notes

6. Alexander (HANNAY) HANNAH

(1) 1500: Inherited Sorbie Castle Estate.
(1) 1513: When King James IV (1488-1513) of Scotland declared war against
England, a number of the HANNAs joined his army which invaded England, and
they shared the disaster and defeat with the king at Flodden Field, where the
king lost his life. King James V (1513-1542), upon the death of his father,
succeeded to the throne when he was only 18 months old. He ruled Scotland
under the regency of John, Duke of Albany, a resident of France. Difficulties
arose concerning the regent, but the HANNAs supported the Duke of Albany and
the young king.[alice-boyd.FTW]

(1) "Hanna of Castle Sorbie, Scotland, and Descendants," by Rev. James Arthur
MacClannahan Hanna (Edwards Bros., Ann Arbor, MI, 1959) 1:xvii,20.

Birth: (1) s/o Robert HANNAY.

(1) 1500: Inherited Sorbie Castle Estate.
(1) 1513: When King James IV (1488-1513) of Scotland declared war against
England, a number of the HANNAs joined his army which invaded England, and
they shared the disaster and defeat with the king at Flodden Field, where the
king lost his life. King James V (1513-1542), upon the death of his father,
succeeded to the throne when he was only 18 months old. He ruled Scotland
under the regency of John, Duke of Albany, a resident of France. Difficulties
arose concerning the regent, but the HANNAs supported the Duke of Albany and
the young king.