- Francis Stuart, 7th Earl of Moray
Francis Stuart, 7th Earl of Moray ( bef. 1683–
11 December 1739) was the son of Alexander Stuart, 5th Earl of Morayand his wife, Emilia Balfour. He married Jean Elphinstone, daughter of John Elphinstone, 4th Lord Balmerinochand Christiana Montgomerie. He succeeded to his brother Charles's titles when he died unmarried in 1735.
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