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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.

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

Elizabeth de Burgh, Queen of Scots, wife of Robert the Bruce

Elizabeth de Burgh, Queen of Scots, wife of Robert the Bruce

Ermengarde de Beaumont (c. 1170 – 11 February, 1233/1234) was a Queen consort of Scotland by marriage to King William I of Scotland. She was born c. 1170 to Richard I, Viscount of Beaumont-le-Vicomte, Fresnay and Ste-Suzanne & wife Lucie de l'Aigle. Among her children were Alexander II, King of Scotland.

Ermengarde de Beaumont (c. 1170 – 11 February, 1233/1234) was a Queen consort of Scotland by marriage to King William I of Scotland. She was born c. 1170 to Richard I, Viscount of Beaumont-le-Vicomte, Fresnay and Ste-Suzanne & wife Lucie de l'Aigle. Among her children were Alexander II, King of Scotland.

Joan Beaufort, Queen of Scotland as wife of James I. She was present when her husband was assassinated in 1437, and was also a target. She was injured but managed to escape, assuming the regency for her young son, James II.  She was the great, great grandmother of Mary, Queen of Scots. Joan was the half niece of Henry IV of England and a granddaughter of John of Gaunt & Katherine Swynford, the last Duke & Duchess of Lancaster

Joan Beaufort, Queen of Scotland as wife of James I. She was present when her husband was assassinated in 1437, and was also a target. She was injured but managed to escape, assuming the regency for her young son, James II. She was the great, great grandmother of Mary, Queen of Scots. Joan was the half niece of Henry IV of England and a granddaughter of John of Gaunt & Katherine Swynford, the last Duke & Duchess of Lancaster

"Elizabeth de Burgh, Queen of Scotland": http://thefreelancehistorywriter.com/2013/04/27/elizabeth-de-burgh-queen-of-scotland/  IMAGE: Elizabeth de Burgh and Robert the Bruce from the Seton Armorial

"Elizabeth de Burgh, Queen of Scotland": http://thefreelancehistorywriter.com/2013/04/27/elizabeth-de-burgh-queen-of-scotland/ IMAGE: Elizabeth de Burgh and Robert the Bruce from the Seton Armorial

The life of Anabella Drummond (c.1350-1401) is the story of struggle of a Renaissance woman who at the age of 17 married a 30-year old John Stewart, a heir of the siege of Scotland after his father Robert II. Since that time Anabella fought with her husband's brother, Robert, who intended to inherit the throne for himself. Anabella took matters into her hands and did everything to defend the rights of her sons. Her youngest son was crowned as James I of Scotland. Her story~

The life of Anabella Drummond (c.1350-1401) is the story of struggle of a Renaissance woman who at the age of 17 married a 30-year old John Stewart, a heir of the siege of Scotland after his father Robert II. Since that time Anabella fought with her husband's brother, Robert, who intended to inherit the throne for himself. Anabella took matters into her hands and did everything to defend the rights of her sons. Her youngest son was crowned as James I of Scotland. Her story~

The parents of Mary, Queen of Scots: James V Stuart, King of Scots, and Marie of Guise-Lorraine ca. 1542. James V died when his daughter was only six days old. She was officially crowned nine months later, though Scotland was ruled by regents until she assumed the throne in her own right at the age of nineteen.

The parents of Mary, Queen of Scots: James V Stuart, King of Scots, and Marie of Guise-Lorraine ca. 1542. James V died when his daughter was only six days old. She was officially crowned nine months later, though Scotland was ruled by regents until she assumed the throne in her own right at the age of nineteen.

MALCOLM III "LONG NECK" KING OF SCOTLAND son of Duncan I King of Scotland and Sybilla Fitzsiward of Northumbria. Malcolm's wife was Margaret Princess of England. Parents of King David "I The Saint Scotland. Malcolm killed Macbeth to avenge his father's murder.

MALCOLM III "LONG NECK" KING OF SCOTLAND son of Duncan I King of Scotland and Sybilla Fitzsiward of Northumbria. Malcolm's wife was Margaret Princess of England. Parents of King David "I The Saint Scotland. Malcolm killed Macbeth to avenge his father's murder.

Robert III Stewart 'King' 1337–1406 BIRTH 1337 AUG 14 • Rothesay Castle, Isle of Bute, Scotland DEATH 1406 APR 04 • Stirling Castle, Stirlingshire, Scotland 19th great-grandfather. Burial: Paisley Abbey, Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland (Brian Family) Wife: Annabella Drummond 'Queen Consourt'

Robert III Stewart 'King' 1337–1406 BIRTH 1337 AUG 14 • Rothesay Castle, Isle of Bute, Scotland DEATH 1406 APR 04 • Stirling Castle, Stirlingshire, Scotland 19th great-grandfather. Burial: Paisley Abbey, Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland (Brian Family) Wife: Annabella Drummond 'Queen Consourt'

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