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James Ilocked

(1394–1437)
  • M. H. Brown

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James I (1394–1437), king of Scots, was the third son of Robert III (d. 1406), son of Robert II (1316–1390) and Annabella, née Drummond (d. 1401). He was born at Dunfermline in 1394, probably in late July. His parents were both in middle age, and he had three married sisters and a brother, ...

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