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Annabella [née Annabella Drummond] (d. 1401), queen of Scots, consort of Robert III, was the daughter of Sir John Drummond (d. in or before 1367). Her mother was possibly Mary, eldest daughter and heir of William Montefichet, lord of Auchterarder, Cargill...

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Anne [Anna, Anne of Denmark] (1574–1619), queen of England, Scotland, and Ireland, consort of James VI and I, was born on 12 December 1574 at Skanderborg Castle in Jutland, Denmark. She was the second daughter of Frederick II (1534–1588), king of Denmark and Norway...

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Catherine (1638–1705) by Jacob Huysmans, c. 1664 [as a shepherdess] The Royal Collection © 2004 HM Queen Elizabeth II

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Catherine [Catherine of Braganza, Catarina Henriqueta de Bragança] (1638–1705), queen of England, Scotland, and Ireland, consort of Charles II, was born on 25 November 1638 ns at the Vila Viçosa in Alentejo, Portugal, the third but only surviving daughter of the five children of ...

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Cromwell [née Bourchier], Elizabeth (1598–1665), lady protectress of England, Scotland, and Ireland, consort of Oliver Cromwell, was one of twelve children of Sir James Bourchier (c.1574–1635), merchant and furrier, and his wife, Frances, daughter of Thomas Crane of Newton Tony, Wiltshire...

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Elizabeth [née Elizabeth de Burgh] (d. 1327), queen of Scots, consort of Robert I, was the second daughter and one of ten children of Richard de Burgh, earl of Ulster (d. 1326), and his wife, Margaret (d. 1304), who may also have been a ...

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Ermengarde [Ermengarde de Beaumont] (d. 1233), queen of Scots, consort of William I, was a daughter of Richard, vicomte de Beaumont-sur-Sarthe, who was the son of Constance, an illegitimate daughter of King Henry I of England. She thus had (somewhat thin) royal blood to commend her when ...

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Euphemia [née Euphemia Ross] (b. in or before 1329?, d. 1388/9), queen of Scots, consort of Robert II, was the daughter of Hugh Ross, fourth earl of Ross (d. 1333) [see under Ross family], and his second wife, Margaret Graham...

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Henrietta Maria [Princess Henrietta Maria of France] (1609–1669), queen of England, Scotland, and Ireland, consort of Charles I, was born at the Louvre Palace in Paris on 16/26 November 1609, the fifth surviving child and youngest daughter of Henri IV, king of France and Navarre...

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Henrietta Maria (1609–1669) by Sir Anthony Van Dyck, 1632 The Royal Collection © 2004 HM Queen Elizabeth II

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Joan [née Joan Beaufort] (d. 1445), queen of Scots, consort of James I 1394–1437, was the daughter of John Beaufort, marquess of Dorset and of Somerset (d. 1410), son of John of Gaunt, and Margaret, daughter of Thomas Holland, earl of Kent...

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Joan (1210–1238), queen of Scots, consort of Alexander II, was the eldest daughter and third of five children of John (1167–1216), king of England, and his second wife, Isabella of Angoulême (c. 1188–1246); her elder brothers were King Henry III and Richard, earl of Cornwall...

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Joan [Joan of the Tower] (1321–1362), queen of Scots, consort of David II, was born in the Tower of London on 5 July 1321. She was the second daughter of Edward II (1284–1327), king of England, and Isabella (1295–1358), daughter of Philippe IV, ...

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Madeleine [Madeleine de Valois] (1520–1537), queen of Scots, consort of James V, was the second daughter and fourth child of François I of France (1494–1547) and his first wife, Claude (1499–1524), daughter of Louis XII of France and Anne of Brittany. She was born on 10 August 1520, at ...

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Margaret [née Margaret Drummond] (d. in or after 1374), queen of Scots, consort of David II, was the daughter of Sir Malcolm Drummond. She was married at an unknown date to Sir John Logie of that ilk (d. 1363?), almost certainly the grandson of the ...

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Margaret [St Margaret] (d. 1093), queen of Scots, consort of Malcolm III, was the eldest child of Edward Ætheling (d. 1057) and his wife, Agatha, who was a kinswoman of the emperor Heinrich II (r. 1002–24). Margaret's father was one of the two sons of ...

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Margaret [Margaret of England] (1240–1275), queen of Scots, consort of Alexander III, was the eldest daughter and second child of Henry III of England (1207–1272) and his queen, Eleanor of Provence (c. 1223–1291). She was born at Windsor in October 1240, about the 5th, although the date of her birth is given erroneously by several chroniclers. The early years of her life were passed there along with her brother ...

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Margaret [Margaret of Denmark] (1456/7?–1486), queen of Scots, consort of James III, was the only daughter of Christian I of Denmark–Norway (1448–1481) and Dorothea of Brandenburg. That Maundy alms were given to seventeen people at Easter 1474 probably indicates that Margaret was then aged seventeen and was born in 1456 or 1457. Almost from birth she played a key role in Scoto-Danish diplomatic schemes, which continued intermittently from late 1458 until the treaty of Copenhagen of 8 September 1468. Under this treaty between ...

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Margaret [Margaret Tudor] (1489–1541), queen of Scots, consort of James IV, was born at Westminster Palace on 28 November 1489, the eldest daughter and second child of Henry VII (1457–1509) and Elizabeth of York (1466–1503), and baptized in St Margaret's, Westminster, later that year. Attended by ...

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Margaret (1456/7?7–1486) by Hugo van der Goes, 1478 [ and St George (d. 303?)] The Royal Collection © 2011 Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II