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Ada [née Ada de Warenne], countess of Northumberland (c. 1123–1178), consort of Prince Henry of Scotland  

Keith Stringer

Ada [née Ada de Warenne], countess of Northumberland (c. 1123–1178), consort of Prince Henry of Scotland, was one of the family of three sons and two daughters of William (II) de Warenne, earl of Surrey (d. 1138), and his wife, Isabel (Elizabeth) de Vermandois (...

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Douglas, Margaret, countess of Douglas, and duchess of Touraine in the French nobility (b. before 1373?, d. 1450/51), landowner  

Daphne Brooke

Douglas, Margaret, countess of Douglas, and duchess of Touraine in the French nobility (b. before 1373?, d. 1450/51), landowner, was the eldest child of Robert III (d. 1406) and his wife, Annabella, née Drummond (d. 1401), and thus the sister of James I...

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Drummond, Margaret (d. 1502), royal mistress  

C. A. McGladdery

Drummond, Margaret (d. 1502), royal mistress, was the eldest of the six daughters of John Drummond of Cargill, first Lord Drummond (d. 1518) [see under Drummond family (per. 1363-1518)], and his wife, Elizabeth Lindsay. James IV may have met Margaret when he visited ...

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Margaret [Margaret of Scotland] (1424–1445), dauphine of France  

M. H. Brown

Margaret [Margaret of Scotland] (1424–1445), dauphine of France, was the eldest child of James I (1394–1437), king of Scots, and Queen Joan (d. 1445). Her parents were married in February 1424 and her birth can be assigned to the latter part of the same year. In 1428 she and her sisters were given into the care of ...

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Margaret, countess of Kent (1187x95–1259), princess  

W. W. Scott

Margaret, countess of Kent (1187x95–1259), princess, was the eldest daughter of William the Lion, king of Scots (d. 1214), and Ermengarde de Beaumont (d. 1233). She was born at an unknown date between early 1187 and April or May 1195, when her father's illness caused a succession crisis in ...