Scottish Monarchs Family Tree [1292~1625] House of Balliol, House of Bruce, House of Stuart
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The Royal House of Stuart created the Union of the Crowns in 1603 but would later witness a bloody civil war which changed the face of the monarchy forever

The Royal House of Stuart created the Union of the Crowns in 1603 but would later witness a bloody civil war which changed the face of the monarchy forever

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Now that's a family tree leading up to James VI of Scotland (I in England). Love this story. The King of Scotland finally controlling all of Britain. However, a bittersweet victory as also the last independent King of Scots too... More here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/historic_figures/james_i_vi.shtml

Now that's a family tree leading up to James VI of Scotland (I in England). Love this story. The King of Scotland finally controlling all of Britain. However, a bittersweet victory as also the last independent King of Scots too... More here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/historic_figures/james_i_vi.shtml

House of Stuart Family Tree   Royal Descendants | Alfred to Elizabeth II | Wessex | Normans | Plantagenet | Tudor | Scottish | Stuart | Hanover | Windsor   << Previous TreeMouse over images and click for informationNextTree >>

House of Stuart Family Tree Royal Descendants | Alfred to Elizabeth II | Wessex | Normans | Plantagenet | Tudor | Scottish | Stuart | Hanover | Windsor << Previous TreeMouse over images and click for informationNextTree >>

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Scottish Houses of Bruce & Stewart Family Tree-I am descended from them in several different lines

Scottish Houses of Bruce & Stewart Family Tree-I am descended from them in several different lines

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House of Stuart - Armorial tablet of the Stewarts at Falkland Palace, Fife - Wikipedia

House of Stuart - Armorial tablet of the Stewarts at Falkland Palace, Fife - Wikipedia

The House of Stuart - The Stuarts ruled Scotland for over two centuries before inheriting the English throne and established a reputation as both ambitious and accident-prone. Of nine monarchs, six of them died violently. They ruled Britain from 1603, when the Union of the Crowns caused James VI of Scotland to become James I of England. Stuart rule ended in 1714.

The House of Stuart - The Stuarts ruled Scotland for over two centuries before inheriting the English throne and established a reputation as both ambitious and accident-prone. Of nine monarchs, six of them died violently. They ruled Britain from 1603, when the Union of the Crowns caused James VI of Scotland to become James I of England. Stuart rule ended in 1714.

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