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    Euphemia de Ross (? - 1386). Queen of Scotland from 1371 to her death in 1386. She married Robert II and had five children.

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    • Rita Koopman

      Euphemia (2nd wife) and her husband Robert II of Scotland, depicted in the Forman Armorial, produced in 1562 for their descendent, Mary of Scotland.

    • Ashley Meddaugh

      Euphemia de Ross (? - 1386). Queen of Scotland from 1371 to her death in 1386. She married Robert II and had five children.

    • Cinnimon Belliveau

      My 27th Great Grand Parents Queen Euphemia an Robert II King of Scotland. Reign 22 February 1371 – 19 April 1390 Coronation 26 March 1371 Euphemia de Ross Father Walter Stewart, 6th High Steward of Scotland Mother Marjorie Bruce Born Early 1316 Paisley Abbey, Renfrewshire Died 19 April 1390 (aged 74) Dundonald Castle, Ayrshire Burial Scone Abbey

    • Susan Abernethy

      The Two Wives of Robert Stewart II, King of Scots ~ Elizabeth Mure and Euphemia Ross, Queen of Scotland

    • Tripp Stuart

      Euphemia de Ross was the second wife and Queen consort of Robert II of Scotland when he was crowned in 1371. Her father was Hugh, Earl of Ross.

    • Jamie Houston

      King Robert II and Queen Euphemia Ross--Trev's 22nd grandparents & prob my Ross relative

    • Shelley Gibbons

      The Two Wives of Robert II, King of Scots ~ Elizabeth Mure and Euphemia Ross

    • Xandra Lyn

      Queen Euphemia and Robert II, King of Scots from the Forman Armorial, 1562

    • Mona Mehas

      euphemia de ross - Bing Images and King Robert II of Scotland

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