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Portrait of Joan of the Tower (1321–1362), c1350.

Joan of England July 1321 – 7 September known as Joan of The Tower, was the first wife and Queen consort of king David II of Scotland.

Joan Beaufort (1404 - 1445). Queen of Scotland from 1424 to 1437, when her husband was killed. She married James I and had several children. After his death she married James Stewart, the Black Knight of Lorne and had three more children.

great grandmother, Joan Beaufort - Queen of Scotland from 1424 to when her husband was killed. She married James I and had several children. After his death she married James Stewart, the Black Knight of Lorne and had three more children.

Joan "Lady Of Wales" Plantagenet Birth 22 Jul 1188 in Newark Castle, Nottinghamshire, England Death 2 Feb 1237

Princess Joan, suo jure Countess of Kent and Baroness Wake of Liddell September 1328 – 7 August known to history as The Fair Maid of Kent, was the first post-conquest Princess of Wales as wife to Edward, the Black Prince, son and heir of King Edward III.

A short history of Joan Beaufort, Queen of Scotland, wife of King James I

[My G-Grandmother] Joan Beaufort, Queen Consort of James I of Scotland from 2 February 1424 to 21 February She remarried, this time to Sir James Stewart (the Black Knight) of Lorne [My G-Grandfather] 21 September She died on 15 July aged about

David II (1324 - 1371). Son of Robert I the Bruce and his second wife, Elizabeth de Burgh.

Princess Joan of England - aka Joan of the Tower was the Daughter of King Edward II and Queen Isabella of France. She married David II of Scotland and had no children.

Joan of Kent, first Princess of Wales (1328-1385) was the wife of Edward the Black Prince. Their marriage was a love match; the Plantagenet sons of Edward III had a tendency to defy convention & follow their heart. While Edward & Joan never became King & Queen of England, their surviving son became Richard II. Edward treated his wife affectionately in public & in private; his letter to her seven years after their wedding began, "My dearest and truest sweetheart and beloved companion."

Joan of Kent, first Princess of Wales was the wife of Edward the Black Prince, son of Edward lll. While Edward & Joan never became King & Queen of England, their surviving son became Richard II.

Joan of Kent, mother of Richard II, who was deposed by his Lancastrian cousin, Henry Bolingbroke (Henry IV)

Joan of Kent September 1328 – 7 August mother of Richard II, who was deposed by his Lancastrian cousin, Henry Bolingbroke (Henry IV)

JOAN PLANTAGENET QUEEN OF SICILY...daughter of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine.

Joan of England (October 1165 – 4 September the seventh child of Henry II of England and his queen consort, Eleanor of Aquitaine.

The most famous people to lose their head were Henry VIII’s two unfortunate wives, Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard. Here is the executioner’s axe and chopping block in the White Tower museum (inside The Tower of London). Their bodies are said to lay under the Chapel of St Peter ad Vincula.

The Executioner’s Axe and Chopping Block, White Tower Museum, The Tower of London, England - The most famous people to lose their heads were Henry VIIIs two unfortunate wives, Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard.

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