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This page is dedicated to James A. MacMillan and Dora May Armitage who both died within weeks of each other in 1918.

Dedicated March 8, 2001


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TOTAL list of surnames to King Robert "The Brus" are as follows, "McMillan" (Hepburn) "Dougaull" (Hepburn) "Stuart", "Brus".

August 12, 2006 Update for Update June 12, 2003 - please see middle of page for June 12, 2003 Update -

Update - August 12. 2006 -
Three years after first seeking King Eric XIV Vasa's letters to Marie Stuart, Queen of Scots and Queen Elizabeth I, - (five letters to Marie Stuart, and sixteen letters to Queen Elizabeth I, for the years 1561 - 1567), the Author of this page received copies of all twenty one of these references from the Riksarkivet in Stockholm, Sweden. One letter in particular from King Eric XIV Vasa to Queen Elizabeth I is dated February, 1567. In this letter is mention of "Legato", Latin for "envoy of the Church" or "ambassador" and "Mc Millan". Please also note, that it was a Priest, "Mc Millan", according to documents below, that took the twin children of Marie Stuart from Perth Scotland, to France. In the above mentioned Feb. 1567 letter, King Eric XIV Vasa to Queen Elizabeth I, are also references to violence "at any price", as well as "control of the Kingdom". It is also known, according to James Dow's "Ruthven's Army in Sweden and Esthonia" Marie Stuart stopped Archibald Ruthven again and again from hiring Scottish mercenaries for King Erik XIV Vasa's army, she was therefore, in his way. Having suffered great losses in the Seven Years War, (1563 - 1570), four years into the war, mercenaries became a necessity for King Eric XIV Vasa, and and his half Brother, Johan III. These wars, generated by controlling the Baltic, were unpopular with the general population of Sweden to say the least. It is interesting to note, that not very long after Marie Stuart, Queen of Scots, (Mary Queen of Scots), was taken into custody for the murder of Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley, Ruthven was successful in recruiting 4000 Scottish mercenaries, (there were up to ten thousand of these mercenaries assembled at one point). This army was indeed pathetic, as these soldiers existed primarily living off the peasant population of Sweden, taking what they wanted, when they wanted. It was, according to this Author's study, not only the need for these Scottish mercenaries that generated the murder of Henry Stuart at Kirk O' Field, February, 1567, but also "control of the Kingdom" "at any price". Archibald Ruthven and others would later blame and jail Marie Stuart for the murder, as she was stopping them long before hand. The motive for killing Darnley was triple, remove Marie Stuart, and her Husband, create chaos to later "control the Kingdom" "at any price", and hire Scottish mercenaries, a requirement for both Eric Vasa and his half Brother Johan III. The text from my June 12, 2003 update reads, -
Update for June 12, 2003 - The Latin word, "ACCUSATOR", was discovered on June 11, 2003, at 6:15 PM, all upper case letters. The English definition of the Latin word "Accusator" is accuser, plaintiff. Earlier in the day, at about 3:00 PM, two more references to Eric were discovered, the E in one of them making part of the very top of castle tower in the image, last update. Shortly before the Latin word "Accusator" was discovered at 6:15 PM, yet another reference to Eric Vasa was discovered, his first and last name being close to and above the Latin word "Accusator". Not very long after that, the initials M S were discovered under the word "Accusator", (framed in red, image below). With the legal word "Accusator", and the name Erik Vasa over that word, along with Mary's Royal Winged Seal to the left, and Mary's initials M S under "Accusator", this seems to be a note of accusation against Erik Vasa by Mary Queen of Scots, dated 1567, (see update below for date 1567). The area with the above information covers only about 1/8 of the entire surface area of the main document, which is Heraldic, and has dates as far back as 1265 for the Brus's, and as recent as 1781, for the MacMillan's. There are other words to be translated in the same area, (possible future updates), but the word, "ACCUSATOR" stands out from the other words, as it is watermarked in uppercase, a difficult job for Mary considering the very small size of the area, and what she might have been working with at the time. By keeping the above information to herself, Mary would have saved thousands of lives by keeping Scotland from going to war with Sweden. (Image below is the same image from the May 23 Update turned on it's ride side, left side up, in grayscale, reversed color). Had Scotland known Erik Vasa was responsible for the death of their King, Scotland surely would have gone to war, something Mary may have prevented. - James A. MacMillan
August 12, 2006 Update continued - According to an Archivist at the Swedish National Archives, the letters to Queen Elizabeth I, (sixteen), and Marie Stuart, Queen of Scots (five), 1561 - 1567 have never been published. They must be requested directly from the Riksarkivet in Sweden. The volume which has these letters is the original copy book from the King's Chambers, is handwritten, and exists in only one copy. It is located in the collection "Riksregistraturet".
When combined with the data Marie Stuart, Queen of Scots left behind, "Eric Vasa ACCUSATOR M.S." Ratified by her Royal Seal, and date "1567" the letter Eric Vasa wrote Elizabeth I February, 1567 tells a chilling tale, when also combined with the fact that it was a "Mc Millan" Priest, that, as proven by document, took the twin children of Marie Stuart to France, in 1567. This would not be long after Archibald Ruthven forced at knife point* Marie Stuart to abdicate the Throne of Scotland at her place of imprisonment, Lochleven Castle. -
* "at knife point" as told by Claude Nau

Update March 6, 2006

This February, a discovery of major historical importance was made by myself, the Author of this page, in the Register for Perth Scotland, (page 137 of the Register for Perth, April May 1567), that covers the years 1561 - 1581. This discovery came as a direct result of several factors of associated research, including the testimony of the French Ambassador to England Michel de Castelnau. Ambassador Castelnau, (highly regarded by the Pope for his honesty), mentioned in his memoirs, the Queen of Scots did have a child, or children, smuggled out of Scotland to France. As a matter fact, the history of these unknown children has been a part of Scotland's history for centuries, in different versions, but no one, until now, knew what ever became of them for certain. We can say in truth, it was the three watermarked words "Rob Roe seur" which led my research to the Abbey de la Roe, and Abbey de la Roe St. Michel in March 2005, and to the discovery of one of two sister documents there, (also Marie Stuart's, 1567), of the Royal Heraldic document, (March 2005 discovery hidden as cover for Parish register of St. Michel de la Roe), please see March 2005 update below for this discovery. Now, from follow up research France to Scotland, the second 1567 Marie Stuart Queen of Scots document was discovered in Perth, Scotland, last month in February 2006, by myself, James A. MacMillan.
With this latest discovery in Scotland, there are now three 1567 Heraldic documents, directly related to the same event, people, and history, all three unknown to historians for over four hundred and thirty years. After examining this page, it will be very clear to the reader only the direct descendant of Marie Stuart, and also the Royal information she herself passed down, could have led to the discoveries of three of her documents now posted on this webpage. These documents tell a tragic story of how the cruel events of the Reformation affected what otherwise would have been a normal family. Being both imprisoned, James Hepburn (imprisoned in Denmark ten years until death) and Marie Stuart (imprisoned in England 19 years until death), this history, and the people it related to (their Sons the Priests McMillan and Dougel, Mayenne France) was almost lost forever. Now for the first time in over four hundred and thirty years all three documents are united, on this one web page, with the kind permission of both France and Scotland. The other, which led to the other two discoveries in France and Scotland, that I have by Royal Right, was the very first image posted at this webpage when it was first established in June 2000. In the past six years, the New Scotland Yard in London, as well as agencies in Scotland and France, have received this data, ongoing, including the Shetland Amenity Trust who archived the images (my family Royal Heraldic document, please see other images web page) long before the French Archives went online. I am very thankful this part of Scotland's history was saved, and not lost forever as it very well could have been. I am also very thankful I was the one to make this discovery. If this wasn't the case, Scotland would have lost what was proved by my discovery of both, as they, all three documents, relate directly to my surname and family history, (please note Statement from Daughter of Senator Robert McMillan Harper, below, many thanks to her). It is my belief from evidence by document, the Priest that actually took the twins of Marie Stuart to Scotland, was a MacMillan, giving one of these twins, (Hepburns), his name. The other twin was named "Dougel", and was "Dougaull" in France. When the handwriting of the McMillan Priest in Perth and Dunfermline was compared with the McMillan Priest in France, (St. Michel de la Roe and also Ahuille'), they were discovered to be an exact match, by those who knew and studied handwriting (remembering the place these McMillan Priests in Scotland came from was the the same Parish in France I discovered the other 1567 Marie Stuart document). This particular Priest, "McMillan", used the exact same inked sword in his Parish Register of Ahuille' Maine, bottom image, as page from Perth Register, top image, leaving his - SWORD and Claymore in both France and Scotland, with his handwritng of signed Baptisms etc, proving beyond any doubt they were one in the same person. Secret watermarked information was also left behind in France, and Scotland both, which also directly links this history to all three documents. All three documents read information right side up, and upside down, in watermark. My exposure of study to my family Royal Heraldic document over a period of many years helped a great deal with the discovery of the 1567 St. Michel de la Roe Marie Stuart document and the Perth 1567 M.S. document, both, as the Royal Heraldic document has information and Royal Seals reading right side up, up side down, and sideways. After five long tedious years of examining my family Royal Heraldic document, from my discovery of "Rob Roe seur" (this image was sent to the Shetland Amenity Trust long before the French Archives went online), I learned exactly what to look for, and how to look for it. This is why when I was examining this particular page (137 Perth Register) the name "MacMillan" stood out in several places, in one case, inked, with inked "M R" over "Mac" and James Hepburn's name just below this. Watermarked "Stuart" is at the top of this page, Dougel's name below that, also with "M R". Please note, "MacMillan" written across "Stuart" and watermarked "McMillan" to left of James Hepburn's name also. To right of inked "MacMillan" is written "Maine" (a Province in France, St. Michel de la Roe and Ahuille are both in Maine). The date 1567 is at the top, April being above far right of page third column over on page. When turned upside down, far left watermarked "MacMillan" with Marie Stuart's Royal watermarked Seal, and "M R" to left of James Hepburn's Royal Seal "A B", (please see image below second from top) please note, both their Seals, Marie Stuart's and James Hepburn's, are on all three documents, proving they are all three for the same unknown history. Below, (second image from top) the Royal Seals of Marie Stuart and James Hepburn, watermarked "M.S. lost Sons" and then below that "MacMillan".
In 1567 the twins of Marie Stuart "McMillan" and "Dougel" left Scotland with the Priest "McMillan", and the Regent of Dunbar David Hume. They carried two documents with them at the time of their departure, and left one behind in Scotland, hidden as page 137 of the Parish Register for Perth Scotland, (discovered by the Author of this page February 2006). One of the two documents they left Scotland with was left behind in France, hidden as the cover for the Parish Register for St. Michel de la Roe in 1638, discovered by this author, March 2005 from from the watermarked "Rob Roe seur" (St. Michel de la Roe is one of 57, 000 Parishes in France) on my family Royal Heraldic Document. The final piece to this history or third Marie Stuart document shown on this page, was handed directly down from Marie Stuart herself, in my MacMillan family, and is the reason, as a her direct descendant, I was able to discover the other 1567 documents of hers in France, and Scotland. The documents that prove this very vital part of history do exist, and are posted on this webpage, the history and site of them however has been absent for over four hundred and thirty years. This will no doubt have an impact on history which is profound, but better it be known than cast away and forgotten about. As I have a right to my heritage, be it humble or proud, the United Kingdom and France have a right to know this missing part of their history. The Queen of Scots wanted this, or she wouldn't have made record of it by her Royal Seals in watermark on three separate documents. The Earl of Bothwell wanted this also, as shown by his Royal Seals "A B", as did the Earl of Marr, John Erskine, (secretary to Mary Queen of Scots) by his Royal Seal. "Louys de Bourbbon King of France and Navarre", (please see below), wanted this history remembered, (please see him with the Priest "C. Stuart McMillan" below) also. It will take time, this is for certain, but the good news is, the documents are here to be studied for the good of learning Scotland's history. Image above, (SWORD), Reproduced with the kind permission of the Registrar General for Scotland and the French Departmental Archives, Mayenne, France.- James A. MacMillan - March 6, 2006

Please note page 137 of the Old Parochial Parish Register for Perth, Scotland, below, inked MacMillan with "M R" over "Mac", MacMillan inked above "James Hepburn", "MacMillan" also watermarked to the left and below of James Hepburn's name. "MacMillan" over watermarked on "Stuart" top, "Dougel" inked below "Stuart" with "M R". "Maine" is written just to the right of inked "MacMillan". St. Michel de la Roe, where the other 1567 Marie Stuart document was discovered by this Author, is in "Maine". Reproduced with the kind permission of the Registrar General for Scotland. -



Please note below the same page as above, turned upside down, (April May 1567) from Register for Perth Scotland Page 137, (covers years 1561 - 1581). Marie Stuart's watermarked winged Royal Seal with "M R" (inside light blue frame) Earl of Bothwell James Hepburn's Royal Seal "A B" ("A B" also on other documents, on RHD and one in France also), inside red frame, "MacMillan" inside purple frames, "M.S. Lost Sons" inside green frame. The watermarked "Lord" (inside dark blue frame), is seen just to right of James Hepburn's inked name which is upside down to it. Please see above image for right side up of this page. Reproduced with the kind permission of the Registrar General for Scotland. -




Update June 2, 2005

Image Comparison - This Section - Comparison of watermarked Royal Seals on Royal Heraldic Document to Marie Stuart Document, France, which was very recently discovered by the author of this page, James A. MacMillan, March, 2005 - ( this manuscript of Marie Stuart's is hidden as a cover for the Parish register of Abbey St. Michel de la Roe, Mayenne, France). Registers there also show the Priests McMillan and Dougaull with "Castineau" and "Louys DeBourbbon".

Images 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, - Royal Heraldic Document

Images 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, and 14, shown with permission from the French Departmental Archives, Mayenne, France, our thanks to them.


1. Watermarked information "Rob Roe seur" on ROYAL HERALDIC DOCUMENT which led research later to the Abbey de la ROE, Mayenne France. "Rob Roe seur", below, -


2. Image which shows the Priest C. Stuart McMillan's Baptism's and Marriages at the Abbey de la ROE, Mayenne France -
This image shown with the kind permission of the French Departmental Archives, Mayenne, France.



3. Watermarked "Mari R" - on Royal Heraldic Document, inside white digital frame, below. -

also on Royal Heraldic Document, below, (bottom left of Royal Heraldic Document, upside down), "Mari R", far right middle image below.


4. Watermarked "Mari R" on document in France. This image shown with kind permission of the French Departmental Archives, Mayenne, France, -



5. Winged watermarked Royal Seal with a Crowned King, (inside red digital frame, far right, top), looking down on the initials "M R", (inside red digital frame, left), image from Royal Heraldic Document of Marie Stuart's. This image was first posted at this website in 2003, please see updates below from that time.


6. In France, below, Mayenne Archives,- Winged watermarked Royal Seal of Marie Stuart's with a Crowned King, (inside red digital frame, far right), looking down on the initials "M R", (inside red digital frame, left). This image recently discovered on unknown document of Marie Stuart's in France, March, 2005, by the author of this page James A. MacMillan, - this image courtesy the Departmental Archives, Mayenne, France.



7. Royal Seal of the Earl of Marr, John Erskine, Royal Heraldic Document, below, inside green frame, discovered January, 2005, -


8. Royal Seal of the Earl of Marr, John Erskine, inside red frame, below, discovered recently in Mayenne, France on unknown document of Marie Stuart's, by the author of this page, with Marie Stuart's Royals Seals, and Bothwell's anchor mark all on the same document, please see May update below. This image courtesy the French Departmental Archives, Mayenne, France, -



9. Watermarked Royal Seal of Marie Stuart's on Royal Heraldic Document, -


10. Watermarked Royal Seal of Marie Stuart's on unknown Document in France discovered at French Archives by James A. MacMillan March, 2005. C. Stuart McMillan and Dougaull pg. one only, (last mention of them in France in 1638), Page one faces 1567 manuscript of Marie Stuart's, (her watermarked Royal Seals are on it), - see cover both front and back of Parish Register for St. Michel de la Roe 1638 - 1649, -



11. The watermarked year "1567" watermarked on Royal Heraldic Document in the exact same way as, 12. below, -


12. The watermarked "may 6 1567", (inside blue digital frames, below), watermarked on pg. 99 of the Priest C. Stuart McMillan's Parish Register for the Abbey St. Michel de la Roe, B 1557 - 1619, please note exact same style of numerals for "1567" as #11, above. Also please note, May 6, 1567 is also the date of the Baptism record of McMillan and Dougaull at Notre Dame, Mayenne, France, (Mari Stuart's name is in between their names on the Parish register, please note record). Note, "may", below, is inked, "6 1567" after that watermarked. For this record please see Parish Register for Notre Dame, Mayenne, France, 1565 - 1585, pg. seven -
Please note, numerals are watermarked in the exact same way as 11, above. -



13. Watermarked Claymore, (inside light green frame, below), at 90 degrees on Royal Heraldic Document that shows hilt and half the blade, first posted at this website in 2001, same image also sent to Colleagues in the United Kingdom at that time.
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14. Watermarked Claymore at 90 degrees, (inside blue frame, below), next to signature of Priest "McMillan", (it is likely this is the Priest who raised the twins McMillan and Dougaull, (Hepburn's) believed smuggled out of Scotland by the Regent of Dunbar, David Home). This image is from the Parish Register of Ahuille, Mayenne, France, 1565 - 1577, French Departmental Archives -



Research for Danish and British Records, years 1771 - 1789 (Danish West Indies Records were sent to Denmark), which predate French Research by discovery, will be posted at a later date.


UPDATE MAY 31, 2005 -
Please note letter, below, from December 2002 by the Daughter of the late Illinois Senator Robert MacMillan Harper, third cousin of James A. MacMillan II. Also please note caption and photograph of the late Senator Robert MacMillan Harper from the Illinois "Blue Book" of politicians. Our deepest thanks to Mary Lou Harper Maehr for her kind permission given, to post her letter from 2002, an important contribution to British history.



UPDATE MAY 26, 2005 RESEARCH OUTLINE IN ORDER OF DATE OF DISCOVERY -

Many thanks to the Departmental Archives in Mayenne, France for their kind permission given, to show images from their archives which deal directly with this research.
Please click on highlighted links to images.


13. May 6, 2005 - Discovered the watermarked year "1567" on Royal Heraldic Document, (this image was first posted at this website in 2001 please see updates below), is a match for (in France) watermarked "May 6, 1567" record, the watermarked year on pg. 99 of the Parish Register for St. Michel de la Roe, Mayenne France, 1557 - 1619,- Parish Register for the Priests "C. Stuart McMillan" and "Home". Also discovered earlier in March 2005, the watermarked "A B", "McMillan" and "Rob" several places to the left of page one of this same Parish Register, all of this criteria being an exact match to the Royal Heraldic Document which has been studied at this site the past five years. Please see Register in Mayenne, France,at the French Departmental Archives online at the address below, Parish Register for St. Michel de la Roe, B 1557 - 1619. -

http://archinoe.net/cg53v4/etatcivil_visuimg.php

and click on "S" for St. Michel de la Roe. Please go to proper year of register after that.

12. March 2005 - Discovered directly related watermarked and text information at an online website for the French Departmental Archives in the Parish Registers for Mayenne France, and that some of this information or data has an exact direct link to the Royal Heraldic Document which has been studied at this website for the past five years. After almost five years of research, the discovery of the watermarked "Rob Roe seur" on the Royal Heraldic Document, this page, led research to first, the Abbey de la Roe, Mayenne France, and then after that to St. Michel de la ROE. This is why the Author of this page checked the Parish Registers for Abbey de la Roe as well as Abbey de la Roe St. Michel after learning this information could be accessed online, (please see address of Departmental Archives below). This is where the Author of this page discovered the watermarked Royal Seal of the Earl of MARR, John Erskine (Seal inside red frame) and Mari Stuart, Queen of Scots, (Royal Seals inside green frame and also light blue frame). James Hepburn, Earl of Bothwell's anchor mark is also to the far right in the same bottom area of this recently discovered and unknown Document of Marie Stuart, Queen of Scots (discovered by James A. MacMillan, March, 2005), in France. The watermarked "Mari R" was discovered far left near MARR, on this same manuscript of Mari Stuart's, by the author,(the inked text of this document is still in need of translation from old French into English) as well as watermarked 1567, inside dark blue frame. Also listed with McMillan and Dougaull in the Parish registers for Mayenne are Louys de Bourbbon and MD Castineau. The Baptism record at Notre -Dame Mayenne, France, dated May 6, 1567, Parish Register for Notre-Dame Mayenne, page seven, is the same exact date inked and watermarked on pg. 99 of McMillan's Parish register for St. Michel de la Roe, this being watermarked in the same exact way as on the Heraldic Document, with numerals matching up exactly in the same unique way. Priest C. Stuart McMillan signed all of last third of this Register for Baptisms. The watermarked year 1567 in France (see Parish Register of the Priest C. Stuart McMillan, St. Michel de la Roe last section of Register, pg.99) is also watermarked in the exact same way as the Heraldic Document that has been at this site for the past five years.

11. March 2005 - Discovered the Baptism record for McMillan and Dougaull that also mentions Mari Stuart in between their names, Notre Dame, Mayenne, France. The Regent of Dunbar David Hume is on the same page as this Baptism, just below this Baptism record for May 6, 1567, Mayenne, France. It is believed from research, and the records in France which lists them, the Regent of Dunbar as well as the Earl of Marr John Erskine took part in the twins of Mari Stuart, McMillan and Dougaull, (these twins were supposedly buried at Lochleven) being taken to France, a story the French Ambassador to England Michel de Castineau testified was true, he however claimed it was a daughter of Mari Stuart's that was smuggled out of Scotland to France, to become a Nun later. It is interesting both McMillan and Dougaull were Priests, and their May 6, 1567 Baptism record at Notre Dame Mayenne also mentions Mari Stuart, and has the Regent of Dunbar listed close below as if he were there to oversee all of this. It is this author's firm belief that Mari Stuart did have twin Sons who were smuggled out of Scotland to France to become Priests later in life. It is possible one of them, McMillan, was married before he became a Priest as it looks like, by document, he had a Son before he became a Priest sometime before 1600, Dougaull not long after that. Both C. Stuart McMillan and Dougaull served as Priests in the province of Mayenne from the years 1600 to 1638. The last mention of them, page one only of the Parish Register for St. Michel de la Roe 1638, faces a manuscript of Marie Stuart's dated in watermark, 1567 (please see inside dark blue digital frame), please note it is also a cover for this Parish register. It is this author's belief the twins McMillan and Dougaull, Mari Stuart's twin Sons, had this document with them when they left Scotland in April 1567, as well as the Royal Heraldic document which has been studied at this site for the past five years. The Royal Seals of the Earl of MARR (please see inside red digital frame), are a match on both documents, the Royal Seals of Mari Stuart, also a match on both documents. The names McMillan as well as Dougaull, also a match on both documents. The watermarked year 1567 also is an exact match on both documents. The hilt and half blade of the Claymore used by the McMillan Priest who predates C. Stuart McMillan, (this appears to be the Priest by the name of McMillan who must have raised McMillan and Dougaull after they arrived in France) is a match for the one on the Royal Heraldic Document posted years ago at this website in 2001. The exact same image which has the recently discovered information, "Rob Roe seur", was sent to the National Trust of Scotland as well as Commissioner Sir Stevens Office at the New Scotland Yard, London in April, 2002 and is titled "lower.jpg". It was also mentioned at that time by the author of this page, that a coded map of the Shetland Islands was also on this image, and map analysis for that map was forwarded to both the latter mentioned agencies in the United Kingdom in 2002 by this author, James A. MacMillan. The National Trust of Scotland was also made aware of the author's recent discovery of Marie Stuart's 1567 Document in France, by this author, to insure the security of this document, in France, for Scotland.

10. March 2005 - Address of French Departmental online Archives, below, sent to me from an inquiry by email earlier, this site listed in original format the Parish Registers in Mayenne for La Roe, and Abbey de la Roe St. Michel as well as many other Parish Registers for Mayenne. The Baptisms of the Priests C. Stuart McMillan and Dougaull were discovered shortly after that in March at this address for the online French Departmental Archives.

http://217.109.169.249/cg53v2/etatcivil.php

The watermarked "Rob Roe seur" was discovered by the author of this page on his family Royal Heraldic Document, January 2005, and was what led research directly to this location at the Abbey de la Roe St. Michel, Mayenne, France and the - French Departmental Archives online.

9. January 12, 2005 Afternoon, - "Rob is yours" discovered watermarked across letters "A B" - Arms of the first Earl of Bothwell Adam Hepburn, (Also for James Hepburn, Earl of Bothwell), Mari Stuart's Royal Seal just to the left.

8. January 9, 2005 - 3:50 P.M. "E:Both (Earl of Bothwell), see Bothwell Arms "A B" Son Rob" discovered.


7. January 6, 2005 - 6:51 P.M. - "Sons" discovered, please see inside dark blue frame, top of image.


6. January 6, 2005 - 5:43 P.M. "Son - Sons, Mari R" discovered, please see inside dark blue digital frame top right, "Mari R" below that, also inside dark blue frame.


5. January 6, 2005 - 4:45 P.M. "Sons" discovered, please see inside light blue frame.


4. January 5, 2005 - Watermarked "Roe seur" discovered, "Rob Roe seur" discovered not long after, "Rob" just to the left of "Roe seur". It was learned shortly afterward "seur" in old French translates out to "taken out of danger". The watermarked information "Roe" proved to be vital in the March discovery of the Priests McMillan and Dougaull, at La Roe Abbey France and the Abbey de la "ROE" Mayenne France, please see French Departmental Archives, online Mayenne, France. This information would also lead to the discovery of an unknown document of Mari Stuart's by the author of this page, dated in watermark, "1567" (please see inside dark blue digital frame) with her watermarked Royal Seals that are a match for the Royal Heraldic document at this website. This is only one of several ways an Heraldic connection to Mari Stuart is proven, by Royal Seal as well as by surname, to the McMillan's and Dougaull's, with all criteria being an exact match in watermark, including the Royal Seal of MARR, for John Erskine the younger. His Father, John Erskine also Earl of MARR before his son, who was a good friend of Marie Stuart's and died just prior to 1567. John Erskine Jr. was not an allie of Marie Stuart as John Erskine Senior was. Also please note "1567" is an exact match on both documents, Royal Heraldic and page 99 of of the Parish Register for St. Michel de la Roe, 1557 - 1619, the "may" (please see blank space following inked text after word "may"), being inked and the "6 1567" being watermarked. May be viewed online at the French Departmental Archives online -

http://217.109.169.249/cg53v2/etatcivil.php

After access of address, above please click on "S" for St. Michel de la Roe 1557 - 1619, and go to page 99. Look closely to the right of "may" in blank area.

3. January 3, 2005 - On Royal Heraldic Document - Extra "R" in "MARR" noticed 3:40 P.M. Mon. Jan. 3, 2005, unique wide style of letters on Seal - "MARR" also noticed.

2. January 1, 2005 - Discovered on Royal Heraldic Document the watermarked Seal "MAR" (for John Erskine Earl of MARR, in Robert McDougall's family tree, also shown as MARR) Discovered 2:58 P. M.

1. December 2004 watermarked "E: Both" discovered "E. Both" watermarked lower section of Heraldic document.

UPDATE MAY 26, 2005 POSTED INFORMATION ABOVE READS FROM DECEMBER 2004 TO MAY 26, 2005 TOP READS BOTTOM TO TOP IN ORDER, MOST RECENT DATE TOP ***************************************************************************************

LIST OF JPEGS - MAY 26 2005 UPDATE

WATERMARKED IMAGES BELOW, - ROYAL HERALDIC DOCUMENT ONLY -

1.ebothson.jpg - December 2004 "E: Both" discovered

2. MarRoeSeur.jpg - January 3, 2005 - Extra "R" in "MARR" noticed 3:40 P.M. Mon. Jan. 3, 2005, (inside green frame), and unique style of wide letters on Seal - "MARR" noticed.

3. MarRoeSeur.jpg - January 5, 2005 - "Roe Seur" discovered, (inside red frame), "Rob Roe Seur" discovered not long after that led to old French translation and recent discoveries in France, Parish Registers for St. Michel de la Roe with watermarked information that is an exact match for Heraldic Document, also lists C.S. McMillan, Louys de Bourbbon, Castineau, and Dougaull in same registers at St. Michel de la Roe, signatures listed together.

4. MariRSons.jpg - Sons

5. SonsandRSeal.jpg - Mari Sons

6. MariSonsfrblue.jpg - Son MarI R

7. ebothson.jpg - EBothSonRob, (inside blue frames)

8. robisyours.jpg - "Rob is yours"



IN FRANCE, AT THE FRENCH DEPARTMENTAL ARCHIVES, MAYENNE, - except number twelve - (1567.jpg) and twenty three - (ClaymoreOne.jpg) which is from the MacMillan family Royal Heraldic Document, with Marie Stuart's Royal Seals in watermark, images listed above.-

9. frredscan.jpg - May 6, 1567 Baptism record for McMillan and Dougaull, with Mari Stuart in between, from pg. 7 of Parish Register for Notre Dame, Mayenne, France, 1565 - 1585, Image - French Departmental Archives, online, Mayenne, France.

10. RegentofDunbar.jpg - From research and other evidence, it is highly suspected that in April, 1567, the Regent of Dunbar David Home, helped bring the twin Sons of Mari Stuart and James Hepburn, (Earl of Bothwell) to France in secret, he is also listed on the exact same page as the May 6, 1567 Baptism record for McMillan and Dougaull that also mentions "Mari Stuart" in between, the Regent of Dunbar being mentioned this time in France instead of Scotland, below baptism record, also in sister register for Notre Dame Mayenne. The Author of this page listed David Home Regent of Dunbar to Colleagues as a direct family member of Robert McDougall several years ago, Burke's Peerage also lists David Home Regent of Dunbar in Robert McDougall's family tree as well as John Erskine Earl of MARR, both are also involved by record in Mayenne France,
1567.

11. May61567.jpg - Page 99 of Parish Register for St. Michel de la Roe, B 1557 - 1619 French Departmental Archives Mayenne - Priest C. Stuart McMillan's Baptisms back third of this register.

12. 1567.jpg (Royal Heraldic Document) - This image is from an update at this website dated June 2003, please note, exact same watermarked numerals as ones in France from C. Stuart McMillan's Register.

13. CStuartMcMillan1617.jpg - Signature of C. Stuart McMillan, a Priest in Mayenne France from 1600 to 1638. From Parish Register of St. Michel de la Roe 1557 - 1619,this image is from the French Departmental Archives online.

14. sigCSMcMillan.jpg - An example of C. Stuart McMillan's signature, CS inserted after MC

15. deBourbbonMcMillan.jpg - Louys de Bourbbon with C. Stuart McMillan, - Louys de Bourbbon was a very close relative of the King of France as well as Mari Stuart, Queen of Scots from the online Departmental Archives Mayenne France, St. Michel de la Roe M 1608 - 1668 (juin). pg. 28 of 47.

16. CSMcMillanDougaull2.jpg - Front cover of Parish Register St. Michel de la Roe 1638 - 1649, pg. 1 of 53, Document of Mari Stuart Discovered as cover on same Register, both front and back cover combined making one manuscript of Mari Stuart's her watermarked Royal Seals at very bottom, the same Seals as on Royal Heraldic Document also, as well as MARR's. Latter mentioned Parish Register at French Departmental Archives Mayenne France.

17. CSMcMillanDougaull.jpg - close-up of McMillan and Dougaull pg. one ONLY - 1638, first showed together as Priests 1600, and thirty eight years together as Priests in Mayenne, according to Parish Registers for Baptisms and marriages they performed. This page faces an unknown document of Marie Stuart's discovered by the author of this website, James A. MacMillan. From Parish Register for St. Michel de la Roe 1638 - 1649 (juil) French Departmental Archives Mayenne.

18. CSMcMillanDougaull3.jpg - back cover of Parish Register that is also a manuscript of Mari Stuart's. Note McMillan and Dougaull Pg. one one of this same register, manuscript is also front cover. From Parish Register for St. Michel de la Roe 1638 - 1649 (juil) French Departmental Archives Mayenne.

19. techlook99.jpg - This document of Mari Stuart's was discovered by James A. MacMillan March 2005 at the French Departmental Archives in Mayenne. In this image the watermarked Royal Seals of Mari Stuart, MARR and Bothwell are raised without adding to the graphics in any way with the program MGI.
From Parish Register for St. Michel de la Roe 1638 - 1649 (juil) French Departmental Archives Mayenne, France.

20. CastMcMillan.jpg - This image shows the signature of "M De Castineau" with signature of "C.S. McMillan", dated 1609, and is from the French Departmental Archives in Mayenne, France.

21. CastineauDougaull.jpg - Signature of Castineau with Dougaull's

22. SonsofMary.jpg - Parish Register for St. Michel de la Roe 1620 - 1638 this image shows the Baptisms of C. Stuart McMillan and Dougaull please note top left for Dougaull.

23. ClaymoreOne.jpg - This watermarked image is from my Family Royal Heraldic Document and is a watermarked Claymore at almost 90 degrees to format, please see inside green digital frame. Please also note Claymore, again, Parish Register, inked, at 90 degrees next to the Senior (this one predates C. Stuart McMillan and is in another Parish) McMillan's name, 1566 and 1567 Mayenne, France.

24. Claymore2.jpg - This image is from the Parish Register of Ahuille, France, 1565 - 1577, French Departmental Archives, and shows the Hilt and blade of a Claymore, at 90 degrees, next to the Priest McMillan's signature in 1566, please also note last file upload from my Family Heraldic Document with the same Heraldic Device, a Claymore at 90 degrees watermarked. This image is from the French Departmental Archives, Ahuille Parish Register, 1565 - 1577.

25. 1567SwordMcMillan.jpg -This is another example of the Priest McMillan's use of the sword and hilt next to his name in 1567, this device is also watermarked into my family Royal Heraldic Document , which also carries Marie Stuart, Queen of Scots Royal Seals. This image is from the French Departmental Archives in Mayenne, Parish Register for Ahuille, 1565 - 1577.



ALL DATA BELOW, - ROYAL HERALDIC DOCUMENT, - Update for June 12, 2003 -

The Latin word, "ACCUSATOR", was discovered on June 11, 2003, at 6:15 PM, all upper case letters. The English definition of the Latin word "Accusator" is accusor, plaintiff. Earlier in the day, at about 3:00 PM, two more references to Eric were discovered, the E in one of them making part of the very top of castle tower in the image, last update. Shortly before the Latin word "Accusator" was discovered at 6:15 PM, yet another reference to Eric Vasa was discovered, his first and last name being close to and above the Latin word "Accusator". Not very long after that, the initials M S were discovered under the word "Accusator", (framed in red, image below). With the legal word "Accusator", and the name Erik Vasa over that word, along with Mary's Royal Winged Seal to the left, and Mary's initials M S under "Accusator", this seems to be a note of accusation against Erik Vasa by Mary Queen of Scots, dated 1567, (see update below for date 1567). The area with the above information covers only about 1/8 of the entire surface area of the main document, which is Heraldic, and has dates as far back as 1265 for the Brus's, and as recent as 1781, for the MacMillan's. There are other words to be translated in the same area, (possible future updates), but the word, "ACCUSATOR" stands out from the other words, as it is watermarked in uppercase, a difficult job for Mary considering the very small size of the area, and what she might have been working with at the time. By keeping the above information to herself, Mary would have saved thousands of lives by keeping Scotland from going to war with Sweden. (Image below is the same image from the May 23 Update turned on it's ride side, left side up, in grayscale, reversed color). Had Scotland known Erik Vasa was responsible for the death of their King, Scotland surely would have gone to war, something Mary may have prevented. - James A. MacMillan
See image below which is larger than original. -


Posted June 7, 2003
At roughly noon on the afternoon of June 6, 2003, another Royal Seal was discovered, (see image below, left corner framed). Later that afternoon another one of Mary Queen of Scots Watermarked Royal Seals was discovered, found far left bottom corner with initials M R center of wings. At 6:30 PM on the evening of June 7, 2003 the year 1567 was discovered over the initials M S and surname Vasa as well as French word "Apaisa". The year 1567 was the year Henry Stewart was murdered. See May 31st Update.

Posted for May 31, 2003, Update 1

On May 23 at 3:35 A.M. the letter's PAIS were seen. On May 24, at 9 P.M. the letter A was seen on both sides of the word PAIS, thus making the French word "APAISA", meaning appeased. This may be the answer to the Mystery of Kirk O' Field if Mary Queen of Scots was naming the killer or killers of her Husband, Henry Stewart, (Lord Darnley also King of Scotland), as being Eric Vasa (watermarked surname VASA, top right). Eric Vasa, King of Sweden, proposed marriage to Mary in 1562, but Mary turned him down. It is interesting to note that one month before Lord Darrnley was found murdered at Kirk O' Field in February 1567, Eric Vasa extorted a declaration from two of his Senators to have all his enemies put to death. Eric Vasa was found responsible for a number of murders, mostly nobles he feared. If this was the case, and Mary knew Eric Vasa, (Crowned King of Sweden in 1561), was the killer of her Husband, Lord Darnley, Mary would have prevented a war between Scotland and England by keeping this information to herself. If this was the case, then millions of people are here today because of her sacrifice of nearly twenty years of her life spent in prison. This might also explain why Lord Darnley's murder was bloodless, being strangled first, then blown up at two A.M. If any of the killers would have been found with blood on them, and if they were Eric's men, they then could have been traced back to Eric Vasa. This would explain the premeditation shown of keeping the murder bloodless, at least for the attackers. It is doubtful James Hepburn or any of the other locals would have gone to such lengths. Considering Mary chose Henry Stewart, instead of Vasa, and Eric Vasa, having a murder record of the Sture family and others, it becomes easy to conjecture Eric Vasa might have been the one that murdered Lord Darnley. If it was known Eric Vasa was responsible for the murder of the King of Scotland, Henry Stewart, then Scotland might have gone to war against Sweden. If Mary kept this information to herself, she would have very well prevented a war between Scotland and Sweden. What Mary left behind to show this possible sacrifice must speak for itself. Perhaps more will be learned in the future. Indeed one might think the above theory is correct by the mention of VASA to the right of Lord Darnley's Royal Seal, (see page below for several images of Darnley's Seal as well as mention of Riccio). On May 30, at 7:07 P.M. the date 1562 was discovered in the same area as Mary's Initials, the surname Vasa, and the French word for appeased, "Apaisa". Please see image below for old update information as well as new update for June 7, 2003. Same image right side up with framed year, 1567. -

Also please note year 1567, framed in white, in the image below just over initials, M S, and surname, VASA. It is interesting to note the number seven in the year 1567 image below, is made up of the right half of the castle tower, and marked as a seven with the bold mark downward, found top middle of tower, the seven ending at the bottom of the right side of tower. The number six to the left of seven is made up partly of the armored figure's shoulder, the five and one were also hard to see at first, but once one has seen all four there is no mistaking, the year 1567 is there in very large numerals, watermarked, like all the above, and below images.


Update March 27, 2002:
After more than two years of research, the marriage record year of James MacMillan and Elizabeth MacDougal, 1781, was discovered watermarked into the paper of the Royal Watermark, very close to the watermarked names MacMillan, MacDougal, and MacMillan Jim, followed by a heart. The 1781 Court Certified Barbados Marriage record of James MacMillan and Elizabeth MacDougal was made known to the Lyon Court in Scotland, the College of Arms, as well as the New Scotland Yard in London more than two years ago, and references to this year and the marriage document connected with it have always been claimed as a direct family record, by the author, to the latter mentioned Agencies.
Please click here for watermarked 1781.
Please click here 1781 Certified Marriage Document, obtained by the author almost two years ago. This record was made known to Scotland Yard in March of 2000 by James A. MacMillan.

Update for March 16, 2002:
Please click on this link which shows the name J.A. MacMillan, in the same circle as the watermarked portrait of a British Sea Captain. You may read more about a British Sea Captain in the MacMillan ancestry from the statement made by James Robert MacMillan found at the MacMillan Family Home Page.

Posted March 13, 2002:
At about 12:10 AM, on the morning of March 13, while looking at the image posted below March 12th, the given name Jim was discovered directly below, right, of the name MacMillan discovered earlier. A tiny heart follows the name Jim. To the left of the very large E, and in line with MacMillan, are the initials E M, representing Elizabeth McDougal who married James McMillan in Barbados the Caribbean June 4, 1781.

Update March 12, 2002:
The watermarked name, MacMillan, was discovered for the first time on the Heraldic Royal Watermarked Document March 12th, 2002, at 6:50 PM. When this image is reversed back to normal the name MacMillan is impossible to see, as it was watermarked into the paper centuries ago. Please also notice the initial S on the trinagular shield, below, as well as C S below that. Click here for framed version of the upper half of the Royal Watermark showing surname "MacMillan" watermarked at top left of image.


Posted Jan. 16, 2002:
Late into December, 2001 a Kodak digital optical zoom camera was used to take the picture found below. A small circular piece of gold was found sticking through the paper on the Royal Watermark. A faint M is to the left of it and directly to the right and next to the gold is found a bold looking S. This is more than likely a message from Mary, or Marie Stuart, Queen of Scotland.
Piece of gold in relation to the top right area of the Royal Watermark, which is a very small portion of this Watermark.

Posted Jan. 15, 2002:
At about 9:07 AM on the morning of January 15, 2002 James A. MacMillan rotated the image found on January 5, until it was upside down. The name David, found earlier, then spelled the word King, King also being David upside down. When the two are put together, they spell King David. The date 1328 was also found, about 80 degrees up from the name David, and on the inside part of the Crown. There is a larger Crown around the smaller Crown of David's which goes through the center of the larger Crown.


Posted Jan. 3, 2002:
Pictured below is a large Crown which is around a smaller Crown held at 90 degrees in the center of the larger Crown by an individual with white beard and cap, arms wrapped around the smaller Crown. To the right in front of the smaller Crown, center, is is a long haired bearded individual, pictured just above what looks like a thistle, or some sort of flower. Please note the small M S found to the far right of the larger Crown on what looks like an Orb of some sort.


Posted Jan. 2, 2002:
On December 31, at about 8 PM, the initials M S were discovered by James A. MacMillan. The name Maria or Marie was found for the second time. The initials M S were found again after that. The new Kodak digital optical zoom was used to photograph this small portion of the Royal Watermark, which is the top right area. The initials M S, and name Maria found on the Royal Watermark below are framed in white.

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Posted December 17, 2001:
On December 7th 2001 the name Maria as well as the initials M S below Maria were discovered, and are framed in white in the image found below. Maria, would more than likely be for Maria Stuart, Queen of Scots, given the fact that the names Riccio and Darnley are also found on this watermark. It should also be taken into account, that the seal of Mary Queen of Scots was also just recently discovered and is found below the names Riccio and Darnley, (see information below).This portion of the Royal Watermark, distinctly shows a Knight or King, in armour, with his Shield and Claymore. Note the Latin writing on the Shield. It seems to work in association with the other items on the watermark which are deemed to be Heraldic, and are from the Royal Houses of the United Kingdom.


Letter to Scotland Yard, London.
Letter from Scotland Yard, dated November 1, 2000, letter posted November 18, 2001.
Posted July 19, 2001:
The name Darnley framed below is for Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley. Lord Darnley was husband to Mary Queen of Scots, whom I have referenced earlier on this page. He was also father of King James I, Grandfather and King Charles I.


Posted July 17, 2001
Upper left portion of Royal Watermark. Please send research related comments to packetmaster@hotmail.com

Above image with a greater degree of enhancement.

Relation of above image to left side only of Royal Watermark. Click on additional images below for right side of Royal Watermark.


Posted June 30, 2001: This update shows an enlarged version of the suspected depiction of King Robert "The Bruce" Crowned. It is possible this could have been done from life or at the time of his death, this is still undetermined. If this portrait was done purely for decorative reasons, why then is it impossible to see with the naked eye? In fact the author of this page was experimenting with gamma levels on MGI Photo Suite, when he discovered the image, which totally eliminated almost all the other images of the Royal Watermark in this case. Please note the probable depiction of the Brooch of Lorn in the lower right corner.

Relation of above depictions is found on the right upper portion of the Royal Watermark.


These Royal Watermarks will eventually be passed down to Jamie Paul MacMillan, Son of James A. MacMillan, and Grandson of James Robert MacMillan. The Royal Watermarks described on this page contain various data that link the MacMillan and McDougall family directly to the Royal Houses of Stuart, Bruce, York, and Lancaster along with the marriage record of James MacMillan to Elizabeth McDougal in 1781.
Older Watermark Research
Posted June 27, 2000
This latest update shows a jpeg of the left side of the Royal Watermark. Please note the helmeted figure, behind the Arms of Robert "The Bruce" which is an X on a shield, located framed in the top portion. More dates were found as of today, some are from left to right 1238, 1615, and 1544.
Posted June 25, 2001
Dates found on left of Royal Watermark, starting from top to bottom, one, 1605, two, 1554, and three, 1325. There are several good reasons besides the dates listed above that lend the author to believe this Watermark predate 1681. This King, holding a large Septor and pictured from the side, seems to predate Heraldry for three reasons. One, the Crown, two, the style of watermark, and three, he is pictured from the side which would suggest this King was watermarked prior to 1350. The watermarked White Rose of York, predates the Tudor Rose, which is a combination of the White Rose of York and the Red Rose of Lancaster.

Letter to Scotland Yard, London. Mailed registered U.S. Mail, morning of October 10, 2000. On the first of November 2000 a response was sent to the above mentioned letter to James MacMillan from Scotland Yard. In it, the letter states "Dear Sir, Thank you for your letter and the photographs. As they relate to coats of arms and heraldry I have forwarded them to the College of Arms which is the overall authority for the subject in England. The College's address is Queen Victoria St. London EC4." A later letter from the College of Arms stated they appeared to be Scottish and that James A. MacMillan should contact the Lyon Court in Scotland for further information. When the author of the page has done so he will post the response from the Lyon Court at this site. Posted June 30, 2001.

Royal Crown with gems and pearls. Please note initials C R in upper left corner of Crown, also please note facet of darker colored gem in Crown. Discovered October 18 & 19, 2000. Second part available, but will come at a later date. Please move side bar to very bottom to see Royal Crown.
Above image unframed
Watermarked date 1618, framed may be found at the lower part of this image just to the left of the crown that has the initials C R. Framed on the lower right of this image is the hand inked initial R, which has been partially rubbed out, is, what appears to be the signature initial "R" of of King Charles I.
Above image unframed, please note black pearl upper right as well as regular pearls scattered throughout.
Crown with heart, under initial R, which appears to be the initial of King Charles I. Please note frame has partly obscured the right part of bottom leg of initial R. Please view above image for full detail of initial R.Crown with Orb.
Initials C R, on top of Crown framed.
Starting Picture-Because of loading problems a smaller version of Starting Picture was made, and the original was made into two sections.
Starting Picture (large) upper section.
Castle, behind armored figure, Scottish Targe (shield), Claymore (sword), at 90 degrees in front of shield Please note Latin writing on shield and date on tower, 1560. The name Maria, for Maria Stuart, and initials M S, are framed in white on the right of the image. The surname Brus is also visible close to the Shield and Claymore.
Believed depiction of Robert the Bruce King of Scotland, crowned
Believed depiction of the Brooch of Lorn pictured circled on format.
The name Maricay, reference to a place in the Caribbean, the coast of Venezuela to be exact. Maricay is less than 600 miles from Barbados where James MacMillan married Elizabeth MacDougall in 1781.
Full signature McDougel on the MacMillan Family Watermark, the ougel unreadable until just recently when the size of the picture was reduced because of loading problems. Posted October 6, 2000.
Signature McDougel, after further study of the above image it was learned that the full name McDougel is actually a part of the watermark, the ougel being the watermarked portion of the signature. Posted October 7, 2000.
Flap of paper, creased at a 45 degree angle which covers the signature William.
Main sections of watermark and signature McDougel framed, all graphic images are watermark, McD, inked, ougle watermark. Please note five petal Rose with Crown near bottom just under Rampant Royal Lion. Acorn or oak nut very small but visible due to high resolution of image.
Above image unframed
Royal Heraldic Badge White Rose of York with Crown (Crown is just right of rose petal).

Crowned Rampant Lion with its claws in the chest of a man wearing a hat.
Five petal rose one of the symbols of the Royal Family of the United Kingdom.
Knight
Brooch of Lorn? This object which appears on the shoulder of the Knight or King facing looks very similar to the Brooch of Lorn which was worn by Robert the Bruce, King of Scotland.
Man with hat
Royal Crown and Orb.
Dark left side of Royal Watermark.
Lance with Crown

Signature Bon William.



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