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  • Jessica James

    Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scotland, Daughter of King Henry VII and Queen Elizabeth of York, Sister of King Henry VIII. This union is what eventually gave Mary, Queen of Scots a claim to the English throne. This is what caused the rift between herself, and her cousin Queen Elizabeth I of England. Laying claim to the English Throne also led to her 18 1/2 year imprisonment and subsequent execution.

  • Marnie Agnew

    8 August 1503 King James IV of Scotland married Margaret Tudor, sister of Henry VIII of England.

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