Margaret Tudor--elder sister of Henry VIII. She would marry into the Scottish Royals and be grandmother to Mary Stuart. The present British Royal Family descends from her.

Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scotland (1489-1541) | The Royal Collection. note carpet on floor and not on table

Margaret Tudor was the eldest daughter of King Henry VII of England and Elizabeth of York. She was the elder sister of Henry VIII and Mary Tudor, Queen of France and Duchess of Suffolk. Her marriage to the King of Scotland was to have repercussions for Scottish history down to this day.

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MARGARET TUDOR, QUEEN OF SCOTLAND, eldest daughter of Henry VII, king of England, by his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Edward IV, was born at Westminster on the 29th of November 1489. She married James IV of Scotland on the 8th of August 1503. Through her, the throne of England passed to the Stuarts.

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1503 - James IV of Scotland marries Margaret Tudor, daughter of Henry VII of England. The “Treaty of Everlasting Peace” is signed and both countries share ten years of peace. - Margaret was the older sister of Henry VIII, she was the grandmother of Mary- Queen of Scots, and great-grandmother of James VI of Scotland who became James I of England

Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scotland, Sister of Henry VIII Portrait of Margaret Tudor (1489-1541) Queen of Scotland from 'Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth' after a portrait by Daniel Mytens (c.1590-1642),

James IV (1473 - 1513). King of Scotland from 1488 to his death in 1513. He is regarded as the most successful of the Stewart monarchs. He was last monarch of Scotland to be killed in battle. He died in the Battle of Flodden Field when he tried to invade England. He married Margaret Tudor and had four sons.

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Princess Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scotland -- the only surviving image drawn from life.

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A 16th century portrait, possibly of Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scots; Margaret was the sister of Henry VIII of England.

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