She was accompanying her daughters Mary Fleming, … He married Janet, daughter of the 2nd. 1 She died between 26 January 1450 and September 1456 at Thrieve Castle, Galloway, … [1] Margaret and Lord Crichton may have been married later, after the death of Crichton's wife. Wife of George Douglas — married 24 May 1397 in Scotland. In 1462 Margaret lived at Falkland Palace, and in 1463 joined her brother the Earl of Mar and sister Mary at Stirling Castle. The portrait consists of a heavy woman making a large dark blue blanket with yellow stars using a sewing machine. She first married Charles Howard, 1st Earl of Nottingham, in September 1603. In early 1574, still only 27 years old, Margaret married again, (Alternate birth date of abt 1330) She died Abt 1410 (ALT: Abt 1387) in Scotland (580, 1970, 9910, 9912). Lady Margaret Frances Anne Vane-Tempest-Stewart (1910-1966), Former wife of Frederic Alan Muntz, and later wife of Hugh Falkus; daughter of 7th Marquess of Londonderry. 1479–1524. Margaret passed away on month day 1393, at age 18 at death place . number of children together. gone out of his way to endear himself to Mary anyway. In 1476, she was therefore proposed by James III to George Plantagenet, 1st Duke of Clarence, and she was afterward to have been married to Anthony Woodville, 2nd Earl Rivers, brother-in-law of Edward IV; but neither of these alliances took place. 1,2 She married Sir Duncan Campbell, 1st Lord Campbell, son of Sir Colin Campbell of Lochow and Mariot Campbell. leading figures in the Presbyterian (He remarried two weeks later. Click to view full-screen. 1457–1518. 2 She died before August 1432. Margaret Stewart, Mistress of Ochiltree (d. 1627) was a courtier in the household of Anne of Denmark and looked after her children Prince Henry, Princess Elizabeth, and Charles I of England Margaret Stewart, Lady of Galloway was born between 1367 and 1385. Margaret Stewart, Princess of Scotland was born sometime after June 1460, probably shortly before her father's death in August of that year. 1453 is the year of her sister Mary's birth, and Margaret was younger than Mary; 1460 is the year of her father's death. During the Wars of the Roses, Margaret was briefly engaged to Edward of Westminster, Prince of Wales, the only son of Henry VI of England and Margaret of Anjou. Lady Janet Stewart m: Sir David de Moubray Lady Mary Stewart m: Sir William Abernathy, 6th of Saltoun Lady Margaret Stewart m: Sir John Swinton, 14th of the Ilk Lady Joan Stewart m: Sir Robert Stewart, 1st Lord of Lord Lady Beatrice Stewart m: Alexander Leslie, 7th Earl of Ross Murdoch Stewart, Duke of Albany (1362-1425) m: 1st, Joan Douglas Lady Diana's 17-Great Grandmother. The wider picture in Scotland at the time is set out in our Historical Timeline. Lennox, Margaret Stewart, countess of (1515–78). Daughter of James Stewart of Doune and Elizabeth Stewart, 2nd Countess of Moray. )[12] Another granddaughter, Lady Helen Leslie, had several children with Mark Kerr, the abbot of Newbattle, including Mark Kerr, 1st Earl of Lothian.[13]. 3,2 She was also known as Marceline Stewart. However, James III's most recent biographer, Norman MacDougall, has firmly rejected this on the grounds that the rumour seems only to have come about as a direct result of the political tensions of James' reign and of his descendant Mary, Queen of Scots, in an attempt to blacken the reputation of both James III and the Stewart dynasty (for comparison, see the rumours that James had poisoned his wife Margaret of Denmark). Margaret was born between 1453 and 1460,[2][3] the daughter of James II of Scotland and Mary of Guelders. She married Colin Campbell, 3rd of Glenorchy, and bore the title Lady of Glenorchy. Born: post 1729 Baptised: Died: 12th Aug 1762 Buried: Family: Marjory Stewart Campbell was the daughter of John Stewart, 1st Earl of Atholl, and Lady Eleanor Sinclair. Margaret Stewart was born illegitimately circa 1497.1 She married, firstly, John Gordon, Lord Gordon, son of Alexander Gordon, 3rd Earl of Huntly and Lady Jean Stewart, in November 1512.2 She married, secondly, Sir John Drummond of Innerpeffray on 20 January 1530/31.2 In 1464 she was sent to be educated at the Cistercian Priory at Haddington, where Alison Maitland was her governess until she left in 1477. November 1572. 1. Lady Margaret Stewart was born about 1381 in Dunfermline Castle, Fifeshire, Scotland, daughter of Sir John Stewart and `Elizabeth Douglas,Countess of Buchan.. She was married on May 24, 1397 in Aberdeenshire, Scotland to Sir George Douglas She was married on December 3, 1414 in Scotland to Sir George Douglas She was married in the year 1405 in Maybole, Ayrshire, Scotland to Sir George … She had five siblings, including James III, who ascended the Scottish throne in 1460 upon their father's accidental death by an exploding cannon. William Wallace 8Thggf!x 1580 - 1618. "[6], If Scott's account is accurate, Margaret, then Lady Crichton, may have spent the rest of her life at Crichton's residence "in the North", at the Barony of Frendraught. She was the Princess Margaret Stewart of Scotland . Hugh Craufurd Stewart 1565 - 1632. The wider picture in 2 Her married name became Campbell. According to historian George Buchanan (who was "always hostile"[9] to the Stewarts), Margaret had an incestuous relationship with her brother the king. On behalf of the duke, Lord Crichton garrisoned his "very ancient and magnificent" castle of Crichton, for which his lands and titles were forfeited by the Parliament of Scotland in 1484, when Albany was sentenced for treason. There is no record of her … Great grand parents Gen.=+20 m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. Grand parents Gen.=+19 m. John Cumyn b. [5], William Crichton, 3rd Lord Crichton of Auchingoul (grandson of Lord Chancellor Crichton) is said to have "deliberately debauched Margaret" (James III's youngest and favourite sister), after discovering that his wife had been seduced by the king. Margaret Stewart, Lady Gordon (born 1498) was the daughter of James IV of Scotland and Margaret Drummond. At the bottom of the blanket is an angel and a couple of roses. 2 She married Archibald Douglas, 4th Earl of Douglas, son of Archibald Douglas, 3rd Earl of Douglas and Lady Joan Moray, before 1390. Lord Crichton joined Margaret's brother Alexander Stewart, Duke of Albany, in his rebellion against Margaret's eldest brother, the unpopular King James III. Their illegitimate daughter, also named Margaret, was born between 1478 and 1485 and raised in the royal court. Her mother, Margaret Drummond was the daughter of Lord Drummond.The Spanish ambassador Pedro de Ayala reported that the king kept Margaret Drummond in great state in a castle, and afterwards had her married. The daughter of Lady Margaret Tudor by her second husband Archibald, earl of Angus, Lady Margaret was niece to Henry VIII. Lady Margaret Fleming, Duchess of Albany, Countess of Atholl was born about 1530 in Castle Biggar, Lanarkshire, Scotland, daughter of Malcolm (3rd Lord) Fleming and Janet Stewart, Lady Fleming. Margaret , Lady Ochiltree Stewart (born Bellenden) was born in 1541, at birth place, to Henry First Lord Methven (Stewart) and Lady Janet Hamilton (born Countess Southerland Stewart). Margaret Stewart was born circa1390 to John Stewart (c1365-) . cause Mary Queen of Scots to pass Margaret Stewart of Ochiltree lived from 1547 to 1612. PM Cameron's 17-Great Grandmother. Margaret Stewart Lord Lorn (born Stewart Albany), 1375 - 1397 Margaret Stewart Lord Lorn (born Stewart Albany) 1375 1397 2nd Lord Ochiltree, and Agnes Cunningham. Margaret's mother died in 1463, leaving her an orphan at probably less than ten years old. Lady Marjorie Stewart was the daughter of Robert Stewart, 1st Duke of Albany and Margaret Graham, Countess of Menteith. Margaret [III] Stuart, Baroness Saltoun of Abernethy who died 1618. m. 1575, George Abernethy,(1555-1590) 7th Lord Saltoun of Abernethy. 1493–1516. they had three daughters together. (Alternate birth date of abt 1330) She died Abt 1410 (ALT: Abt 1387) in Scotland (580, 1970, 9910, 9912). Margaret's family was strongly Protestant, and it seems that in their eyes, and Janet Stewart, the Lady Fleming, was the illegitimate daughter of James IV of Scotland and the widow of Malcolm, 3 rd Lord Fleming, who, in September 1547, was killed at the Battle of Pinkie Cleuch. Parents. PM Churchill's 14-Great Grandmother. Margaret may have had a son also, James Crichton, who married Catherine Borthwick, the eldest daughter of William, Lord Borthwick; however, James might have been the son of Lord Crichton's wife. She passed away on 17 Jan 1615 in Scotland. Margaret's nurse was Marion Darrauch, who was paid £5 in 1462. U.S. President [B, HARRISON] 's 12-Great Grandmother. Marriage and diplomacy [edit | edit source] In 1544, Lady Margaret married a Scottish exile, Matthew Stewart, 4th Earl of Lennox (1516–1571), who later became regent of … Margaret, Dauphine of France (born Stewart) was born on month day 1424, at birth place, to James I (James l King of Scotland Seumas I Stiùbhairt Seumas I mac Roibairt Ard Righ Albainn Jacobus [Primus] Rex Scotiae Jacobum regem Rey James I de Escocia James I of Scotland "Black Knight of Lorn" King James I of Scotland) Stewart King of Scotland and Joan/Jane Stewart - Queen of Scots (born Beaufort). [11], Margaret's possible granddaughter Lady Margaret Leslie married Archibald Douglas, 8th Earl of Angus in 1575 and divorced him in 1587, probably because of her "infertility". [Charles Joseph Leslie, "Historical Records of the Family of Leslie 1067 to 1868-9"], https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Margaret_Stewart_(born_c._1455)&oldid=985955824, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Alison Weir: Lancaster and York: War of the Roses, London (1995), This page was last edited on 28 October 2020, at 23:15. 1 She died between 26 January 1450 and September 1456 at Thrieve Castle, Galloway, … 2 She married Archibald Douglas, 4th Earl of Douglas, son of Archibald Douglas, 3rd Earl of Douglas and Lady Joan Moray, before 1390. The Peerage gives her birth between the years 1449 and 1463, but 1453 and 1460 is probably closer. Siblings. Biography . Siblings. 1474–1564. Maternal granddaughter of James Stewart, 1st Earl of Moray, and Lady Agnes Keith. 1 She died in 1662 at Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, in prison. Ancestors are fromthe United Kingdom, Scotland, France, Germany, Belgium, … Margaret Stewart of Ochiltree was the daughter of Andrew Stewart, 2nd Lord Ochiltree, and Agnes Cunningham. In 1501 Margaret, along with her sisters Eupheme and Sibylla, died of food poisoning, while staying at Drummond Castle. Margaret Stewart, Princess of Scotland was born Abt 1342, Dundonald Castle, Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland. 1350. Margaret Stewart of Ochiltree lived from 1547 to 1612. Margaret Marjory STEWART (Lady - Baroness Campbell) Print Family Tree (Margaret Marjory STEWART) Margaret of Ardgowan /Stewart/ Born 7 April 1397 - Inverkip, Renfrewshire, Scotland; Deceased 4 March 1460 - Argyll, Scotland,aged 62 years old Parents. now known as John Knox's House on Source for information on Lennox, Margaret Stewart, countess of: The Oxford Companion to British History dictionary. Margaret Stewart of Ochiltree lived from 1547 to 1612. Margaret was born at Harbottle Castle in Northumberland on 7 October 1515 the same year as her cousin Mary Tudor. John Cunningham Fair Warning ℗ 2006 Green Linnet Released on: 2006-03-15 Auto-generated by YouTube. She was the younger daughter of King James II and Queen Mary of Guelders, a Dutch princess by birth. Though there are few contemporary references to her, later writers were unsympathetic in their descriptions of the princess, in particular peerage writers of the nineteenth century. The son of their second marriage, Robert Leslie of Ardersier, received the estate of Findrassie. end of his life, his nurse. Margaret Stewart was born in 1498. The fact that Margaret's family was part of Scotland's HM George I's 10-Great Grandmother. Galashiels, and they had a Margaret (Lady) STEWART. Edinburgh's Royal Mile, and 1323 I have a setting of the reel "Lady Margaret Stewart" in Donald MacDonald’s "A Collection of Quicksteps, Strathspeys, Reels, & Jigs Arranged for the highland Bagpipe" from the mid-19th Century and I don’t believe that it is the same tune. However, the engagement was called off by her mother due to political pressure from Edward IV of England and Philip III, Duke of Burgundy. # Posted by Robert Burns 7 years ago. © 2000-2020, John Knox's House on the Royal Mile in youth and the age difference between her and Knox did not seem so unusual at the time. Spouse(s) Sir William Wallace 1564 - 1617. Clothes were made for her, including gowns edged with velvet and red satin kirtles.[4]. She was the daughter of Robert III Stewart, King of Scotland and Annabel Drummond. Margaret had 21 siblings: Marjory Stewart, Lady Elizabeth Stewart and 19 other siblings. unfavourable comment: but John Knox had never She was married on April 1, 1557 in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland to Sir John IV "Later" Stewart, 4th Earl of Atholl, Chancellor of Scotland, PC, they had 6 children. John Knox died in Regarding George Gordon, the sixth Laird of Gight (-1640) May 1617 He married Lady Jean Lindsay (previous wife of Sir John Lindsay). Browse Properties
Browse/:Lady Margaret Stewart Theme code Index 5135 5424 Also known as Margaret Stuart's Reel Composer/Core Source Region Scotland Genre/Style 1 She married Sir John Swinton, 23rd of that Ilk, son of Sir Alexander Swinton, 22nd of that Ilk and Margaret Home, in 1645. Margaret Stewart is an actress, known for Shadow of the Cloak (1951), Operation Neptune (1953) and Sergeant Preston of the Yukon (1955). Margaret Stewart (born c. 1455/1456 - c. Catholicism. Lady Margaret Stewart was born about 1381 in Dunfermline Castle, Fifeshire, Scotland, daughter of Sir John Stewart and `Elizabeth Douglas,Countess of Buchan.. She was married on May 24, 1397 in Aberdeenshire, Scotland to Sir George Douglas She was married on December 3, 1414 in Scotland to Sir George Douglas She was married in the year 1405 in Maybole, Ayrshire, Scotland to Sir George … "[5] Balfour-Paul agreed, stating that Margaret was "a Princess of great beauty, but of a reputation that was more than loose. Discover life events, stories and photos about Lady Margaret Stewart Princess of Scotland (1336–1410) of Dundonald, Ayrshire, Scotland. "[10], Margaret's daughter, Margaret Crichton, possibly had four daughters by her third husband, George Leslie, 4th Earl of Rothes, Ambassador to Denmark (whom she married twice), including Agnes Leslie, Countess of Morton, and two sons, William Rothes and Norman Leslie, Master of Rothes, whose rights of inheritance were forfeited as a result of both having been implicated in the murder of Cardinal Beaton in 1546. Once engaged to the Lancastrian Prince of Wales, Margaret instead became the mistress of William Crichton, 3rd Lord Crichton (an enemy of her brother, James III), and the mother of his illegitimate daughter, Margaret Crichton, later Countess of Rothes, and possibly his son, Sir James Crichton, progenitor of the Viscounts of Frendraught. Reformation of Scotland. Children (11) Elspeth Stewart. was the younger daughter of James II of Scotland and Mary of Guelders. This page has been viewed 548 times. Janet Stewart, Lady 1504-Married 16 June 1520 toAlexander Gordon † Janet Stewart, Lady 1504-WithHenry Stewart 1495-1547 Helen Stewart 1504-1577 Married toJohn Lindsay 1504-ca 1563; John Stewart 1507-ca 1542 WithGrizel Rattray †1537..1542; Jean Elizabeth Isabella Stewart, Lady 1517..1519-ca 1579 WithWilliam Sutherland 1501-1543 Jean Elizabeth Isabella Stewart, Lady … Lady Margaret Craufurd STEWART family tree. Lady Margaret Stewart was the daughter of William Stewart, 2nd Lord Blantyre and Helen Scott. daughter of Richard Bowes, the constable of Copyright Undiscovered Scotland Born: ? John Knox certainly wasn't, did apparently Died: aft. [6] Regardless of the truth of this story, Margaret did become Lord Crichton's mistress, which led to her disgrace and reputation for immorality and corruption. hers, she was marrying the hero of the age, the man who had rid Scotland of Margaret lived with Knox in what is The table below lists every individual that appears in the above tree – use the search field to find someone specific. Margaret, Dauphine of France (born Stewart) was born on month day 1424, at birth place, to James I (James l King of Scotland Seumas I Stiùbhairt Seumas I mac Roibairt Ard Righ Albainn Jacobus [Primus] Rex Scotiae Jacobum regem Rey James I de Escocia James I of Scotland "Black Knight of Lorn" King James I of Scotland) Stewart King of Scotland and Joan/Jane Stewart - Queen of Scots (born Beaufort). She was the daughter of Robert III Stewart, King of Scotland and Annabel Drummond. Biography . Margaret Stewart (French: Marguerite; 25 December 1424 – 16 August 1445) was a princess of Scotland and the dauphine of France.She was the firstborn child of King James I of Scotland and Joan Beaufort.. She married the eldest son of the king of France, Louis, Dauphin of France, at eleven years old.Their marriage was unhappy, and she died childless at age 20, apparently of a fever. Marriage: about 1475. The wider picture in Scotland at the time is set out in our Historical Timeline. second wife of John Knox. She married Duncan Campbell, 1st Lord Campbell (-1453) 12 March 1439 JL . Margaret F. Stewart:Our Lady of Guadalupe This is a painting by Yolanda Lopez called Margaret F. Stewart:Our Lady of Guadalupe (1978). She also became his secretary, and, at the aristocracy, distantly related to the Stuart monarchs, and House on the banks of the River Tweed south of However, it is known that Margaret became a resident of Elcho Priory near Perth in 1489 and remained there for some years during the reign of her nephew, James IV (r. 1488-1513), whose account books show frequent disbursements for "supplies for the Lady Margaret," one, in particular, for "a new dress for the ladye in Elquo. Henry was born circa 1495, in Avondale, Lanarkshire, Scotland, (Present UK). In March 1564, at the age of 17, she After her death the king paid for masses to be said for her soul, and continued to support their daughter. 1 Janet Stewart, Lady 1504-Married 16 June 1520 toAlexander Gordon † Janet Stewart, Lady 1504-WithHenry Stewart 1495-1547 Helen Stewart 1504-1577 Married toJohn Lindsay 1504-ca 1563; John Stewart 1507-ca 1542 WithGrizel Rattray †1537..1542; Jean Elizabeth Isabella Stewart, Lady 1517..1519-ca 1579 WithWilliam Sutherland 1501-1543 Jean Elizabeth Isabella Stewart, Lady … Margaret and James IV had atleast one daughter, Margaret Stewart, known as “Lady Margaret”. Norham Castle, had died in this time to Sir Andrew Ker of Faldonside. Their father, the 4th Earl of Rothes, was tried and acquitted of the same crime. Eleanor Sinclair. John Stewart 2nd Earl of Atholl. 2. Less than a year later she was appointed Governess in charge of the Royal party taking Mary Queen of Scots to France for her education. Paternal granddaughter of James Stewart, 1st Lord Doune, and Lady Margaret Campbell. The Royal Stewart/Stuart Succession (Scottish Succession) Best viewed on a large display. Lady Margaret Stewart of Tullibardine. If the link is red you can create them using the form provided. Lady Margaret Craufurd STEWART married Sir William Wallace and had 6 children. Margaret Stewart died in 1612. John Riddell called her "a person, although young and beautiful, of depraved character, being even charged with too much familiarity with her own brother.