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  1. When Bothwell married Lady Jean Gordon, daughter of The 4th Earl of Huntly, in February 1566, the Queen attended the wedding (the marriage lasted just over a year). In the following summer, upon hearing that he had been seriously wounded and was likely to die, she rode all the way through the hills and forests of the Borders to be with him at Hermitage Castle only a few weeks after giving ...

  2. Archibald Douglas, 4th Earl of Douglas, Duke of Touraine (c. 1369 – 17 August 1424), was a Scottish nobleman and warlord. He is sometimes given the epithet "Tyneman" (Old Scots: Loser), but this may be a reference to his great-uncle Sir Archibald Douglas

  3. They had one son, James [VI, King of Scots, afterwards James I, King of England]. Henry, died 10 Feb. 1566/7. Mary, married (3rd) 15 May 1567 (as his 2nd wife) James Hepburn, 4th Earl of Bothwell. He was probably born in or before 1515. Thank you!

  4. 25/10/2020 · Marriage: c1295 with Robert VII Bruce, 4th Earl of Carrick (next title obtained in 1304 was that of Baron Bruce and Lord of Annandale), location unknown. Death: 12 December 1296, according to English Wikipedia (but this may be the result of a random unsupported entry on Geni, so its accuracy is suspect).

  5. After Francis died, Mary had two more husbands: Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley and James Hepburn, 4th Earl of Bothwell. one of which she had children with except for Darnley. Although Mary had no children with Francis, she had 1 son by her second husband: who became King James VI of Scotland and James I of England.

  6. 4th of September 1957: Wolfenden Report - homosexuality decriminalised 4th of October 1957: Sputnik Launched 10th of October 1957: Windscale Reactor Fire 4th of December 1957: Lewisham Train Crash Kills 90 6th of February 1958: Munich Air Crash 17th of March 1958: CND’s Inaugural Public Meeting 23rd of June 1958: End of coal rationing announced