Princess Margaret Stewart of Scotland

Princess Margaret Stewart of Scotland

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See also Margaret Stewart. Margaret Stewart Issue Margaret Crichton Sir James Crichton? House House of Stewart Father James II of Scotland Mother Mary of Guelders Margaret Stewart, Princess of Scotland was a Scottish princess of the House of Stewart. She was the younger daughter of King James II and Queen Mary of Guelders, a Dutch princess by birth.… Read More

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Princess Margaret Stewart of Scotland.


1455 Birth Born in 1455.
Princess Margaret was born between 1453 and 1460 in Scotland, the daughter of King James II of Scotland and Mary of Guelders. … Read More
1463 8 Years Old Margaret's mother died in 1463, leaving her an orphan at probably less than ten years old. … Read More


1476 21 Years Old In 1476, she was proposed by James III to George Plantagenet, 1st Duke of Clarence, and she was afterward to have been married to Anthony Woodville, 2nd Earl Rivers, brother-in-law of Edward IV; but neither of these alliances took place. … Read More
1478 23 Years Old Their illegitimate daughter, also named Margaret, was born between 1478 and 1485 and raised in the royal court. … Read More


1546 91 Years Old Princess Margaret's daughter, Margaret Crichton, possibly had four daughters by her third husband, George Leslie, 4th Earl of Rothes, Ambassador to Denmark (whom she married twice), including Agnes Leslie, Countess of Morton, and two sons, William Rothes and Norman Leslie, Master of Rothes whose rights of inheritance were forfeited as a result of both having been implicated in the murder of Cardinal Beaton in 1546. … Read More
1575 120 Years Old Princess Margaret's possible granddaughter Lady Margaret Leslie married Archibald Douglas, 8th Earl of Angus in 1575 and divorced him in 1587, probably because of her "infertility". (He remarried two weeks later.) Another granddaughter, Lady Helen Leslie, had several children with Mark Kerr, the abbot of Newbattle, including Mark Kerr, 1st Earl of Lothian. … Read More
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