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  1. Anne Scott, 1st Duchess of Buccleuch was a wealthy Scottish peeress. After her father died when she was a few months old, and her sisters by the time she was 10, she inherited the family's titles. She was married to James Scott, 1st Duke of Monmouth, and the couple had six children, only two of whom survived past infancy. Her husband was executed after losing the Monmouth Rebellion, and she went on to marry again.

    • 6 February 1732 (aged 80)
    • 9, including James, Henry
    • Marriage
    • Dukedom of Buccleuch
    • Execution

    With such big titles, marriage became a hot topic. Anna became the focus of a lot of scheming, not least by her mother and step-father, to ensure an advantageous match. After much to-ing and fro-ing, and with pressure exerted by Charles II, a contract was drawn up in 1663 whereby the 12 year-old Anne would marry the king’s illegitimate son James, w...

    Charles II lavished money and gifts on his son and on their marriage he created them 1stDuke and Duchess of Monmouth and Buccleuch. They lived almost entirely in England, in Whitehall and at Moor Park, just north of London. The marriage immediately placed her in a prominent position in Charles II’s court. It seems, however, she did not fall foul of...

    In 1685, after the death of Charles II, the Duke of Monmouth made an ill-fated attempt to overturn his Uncles thrown. He was defeated at the battle of Sedgemoor and was eventually taken to the Tower of London. He was charged with treason and executed. Although imprisoned for a short time, Anna was skilful enough to have ensured the survival of the ...

  2. 09/02/2022 · Anne Scott, 1st Duchess of Buccleuch was a wealthy Scottish peer. Anne was the daughter of ...

    February 11, 1651
    Buccleuch, Selkirk, Scotland
    February 06, 1732 (80) Dalkeit ...
    Place of Burial:
    Dalkeith Castle, Midlothian, S ...
    • February 11, 1651
    • Dalkeith Castle, Midlothian, Scotland
    • Buccleuch, Selkirk, Scotland
  3. Anne Scott, 1st Duchess of Buccleuch (11 February 1651 – 6 February 1732) was a wealthy Scottish peer. Anne was the daughter of Francis Scott, 2nd Earl of Buccleuch. In 1661, she succeeded to her sister Mary Scott's titles as 4th Countess of Buccleuch, 5th Baroness Scott of Buccleuch and 5th Baroness Scott of Whitchester and Eskdaill.

    • Early Life
    • Titles
    • Family

    Scott was born on 11 February 1651, in Dundee. Her father was Francis Scott, 2nd Earl of Buccleuch, her mother Margaret Leslie, daughter of John Leslie, 6th Earl of Rothes. Scott had two elder sisters, Mary and Margaret, but no brothers.Scott's father died the same year she was born, and her sisters died, Margaret in 1652 and Mary in 1661, leaving ...

    Upon her marriage in 1663, her husband took her surname, and the titles of Duke of Monmouth, Lord Scott of Whitchester and Eskdaill, Earl of Dalkeith, and Duke of Buccleuch were created, with remainder to the heirs male of his body by Anne, failing whom to the heirs whomsoever of her body who shall succeed to the estates and Earldom of Buccleuch. O...

    On 20 April 1663, the twelve-year-old Anne married the fourteen-year-old James Crofts, 1st Duke of Monmouth, the oldest illegitimate son of Charles II (eldest surviving son of Charles I), by his mistress, Lucy Walter. James had been born in Rotterdam during the Second English Civil War, where his father was with his sister, Mary and his brother-in-...

  4. Anne Scott, 1st Duchess of Buccleuch : Miller, Frederic P., Vandome, Agnes F., McBrewster, John: Libros

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