James Fea I of Clestrain

James Fea I of Clestrain married Margaret Groat, who was probably a daughter of Malcolm Groat of Tankerness. While the date of their marriage is not known, it was certainly not more than ten years prior to the granting of the feu of Clestrain. They had, at least, four sons:

There is a record of a Barbara Fea who married an Edward Scollay and she may have been a daughter. There is also a reference to an Ursilla Fea, alive in 1623, who may have been another although there is no evidence to support this.

James Fea I of Clestrain died between July 1629 and 28th April 1630, when his testament was recorded.