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date: 22 January 2021

Stewart, James, first earl of Moraylocked

  • Mark Loughlin


Stewart, James, first earl of Moray (1531/2–1570), regent of Scotland, was the second eldest (and after 1557 the eldest) among the seven illegitimate sons of James V (1512–1542), king of Scots, his mother being Margaret Erskine (d. 1572) [see under James V, mistresses of, and their children...

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