David Lindsay, 10th Earl of Crawford (1527-1574) was a Scottish landowner.
Lindsay was the son of Alexander Lindsay, Master of Crawford (d. 1541) and Jean Sinclair, daughter of Henry Sinclair, 3rd Lord Sinclair (d. 1513).
Lindsay was a grandson of David Lindsay, 8th Earl of Crawford.
He gained the title Earl of Crawford on the death of his uncle David Lindsay, 9th Earl of Crawford in 1558.
Lindsay became an enemy of Mary, Queen of Scots. He was involved in the murder of David Rizzio. In December 1568 he came to Hampton Court to testify against Mary, and sent a challenge to Lord Herries, who was said to have asserted that Regent Moray was guilty of the death of Lord Darnley.
- David Lindsay, 11th Earl of Crawford
- Alexander Lindsay, 1st Lord Spynie (d. 1607).
- Henry Lindsay, 13th Earl of Crawford (d. 1623), who was master of household to Anne of Denmark.
- Helen Lindsay, who married Sir David Lindsay of Edzell Castle
- Sir John Lindsay of Ballinscho or Ballinshoe.
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