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  1. David Stewart Duke of Rothesay 1398-1402 Father Robert III of Scotland: Born 24 October 1378 Died c. March 1402 Falkland Palace, Scotland Burial c. April 1402

  2. 08/06/2018 · Rothesay, David Stewart, 1st duke of [S] (1378–1402). First son and heir of Robert III of Scotland.Known as earl of Carrick when his father succeeded, he was created duke in 1398, along with his uncle Robert, duke of Albany, presumably to hold the balance between them, as rivals.

  3. David Stewart (24 October 1378 – 26 March 1402) was heir apparent to the throne of Scotland from 1390 and the first Duke of Rothesay from 1398. He was named after his great-great-uncle, David II of Scotland, and also held the titles of Earl of Atholl (1398–1402) and Earl of Carrick (1390–1402).

  4. David Stewart (24 October 1378 – 26 March 1402) was the heir to the throne of Scotland from 1390 and the first Duke of Rothesay from 1398. He also held the titles of Earl of Atholl (1398–1402) and of Earl of Carrick (1378–1402). David Stewart was the son of king Robert III of Scotland and of his wife, Annabella Drummond.

  5. David Stewart (24 October 1378 – 26 March 1402) was heir apparent to the throne of Scotland from 1390 and the first Duke of Rothesay from 1398. He was named after his great-great-uncle, David II of Scotland , and also held the titles of Earl of Atholl (1398–1402) and Earl of Carrick (1390–1402).

  6. David Stewart was born on the 24th of October 1378, the eldest son of John Stewart, Earl of Carrick, later King Robert, 3rd of Scotland and Annabella Drummond, his Queen Consort, and was heir to the throne of Scotland. [1] [2] He was created Earl of Carrick in 1390, and the first Duke of Rothesay and Earl of Atholl in 1398.

  7. David Stewart (24 October 1378, Scotland – 26 March 1402, Scotland) was prince and heir to the throne of Scotland from 1390 and the first Duke of Rothesay from 1398. He was named after his great-great-uncle, David II of Scotland, and also held the titles of Earl of Atholl (1398–1402) and Earl of Carrick (1390–1402)....