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  1. Enrique Estuardo, I duque de Albany, más conocido como Lord Darnley ( Temple Newsan, Inglaterra, 7 de diciembre de 1545 - Edimburgo, 10 de febrero de 1567), fue un noble inglés. Perteneciente a la Casa Estuardo, se casó con su prima María I de Escocia y se convirtió en rey consorte. Duque de Albany y Príncipe consorte de Escocia . Índice

  2. Enrique Federico, príncipe de Gales, fue el hijo mayor de Jacobo I de Inglaterra y VI de Escocia y su esposa Ana de Dinamarca. Enrique fue visto como un heredero prometedor y brillante a los tronos de su padre. Sin embargo, cuando contaba con 18 años, murió antes de su padre víctima de la fiebre tifoidea. Su hermano menor, Carlos Estuardo, le sucedió como heredero a los tronos de Escocia e Inglaterra.

  3. Enrique Estuardo, I duque de Albany, más conocido como Lord Darnley(Temple Newsan, Inglaterra, 7 de diciembre de 1545 - Edimburgo, 10 de febrero de 1567), fue un noble inglés. Perteneciente a la Casa Estuardo, se casó con su prima María I de Escociay se convirtió en rey consorte.

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    • Marriage to Mary, Queen of Scots
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    Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley, was an English nobleman who was the second husband of Mary, Queen of Scots, and the father of James VI of Scotland and I of England. Through his parents, he had claims to both the Scottish and English thrones, and from his marriage in 1565 he was king consort of Scotland. Less than a year after the birth of his son, Darn...

    He was the second but eldest surviving son of Matthew Stewart, 4th Earl of Lennox, by his wife Lady Margaret Douglas which supported her claim to the English succession. Darnley's maternal grandparents were Archibald Douglas, 6th Earl of Angus, and Queen Margaret Tudor, daughter of King Henry VII of England and widow of King James IV of Scotland.

    Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley was born at Temple Newsam, Leeds, in the West Riding of Yorkshire, England, in 1546. It was initially believed that Henry was born on 5 December 1545, but more recent research suggests he was born in 1546, as his mother had given birth in late February 1545 and in a letter from March 1566, his age was given as nineteen. A...

    There was a political dilemma in England arising from the dynastic ambition of the Lennoxes: Matthew Stewart, 4th Earl of Lennox, was third in line to the Scottish throne, and his wife Margaret Douglas, Countess of Lennox, was a niece of Henry VIII, making her a potential successor to the English throne if Elizabeth should die. As Roman Catholics, ...

    On 3 February 1565, Darnley left London and by 12 February, he was in Edinburgh. On 17 February, he presented himself to Mary at Wemyss Castle in Fife. James Melville of Halhill reported that "Her Majesty took well with him, and said that he was the lustiest and best proportioned long man that she had seen." After a brief visit to his father at Dun...

    Soon after Mary married Darnley, she became aware of his vain, arrogant and unreliable qualities, which threatened the wellbeing of the state. Darnley was unpopular with the other nobles and had a violent streak, aggravated by his drinking. Mary refused to grant Darnley the Crown Matrimonial, which would have made him the successor to the throne if...

  4. Darnley, Enrique Estuardo (1541-1567). Lord escocés, esposo de María Estuardo, nacido en 1541 y muerto el 9 de febrero de 1567.

  5. Enrique Estuardo, I duque de Albany, más conocido como Lord Darnley(Temple Newsan, Inglaterra, 7 de diciembrede 1545- Edimburgo, 10 de febrerode 1567). fue un noble inglés. Perteneciente a la Casa Estuardo se casó con su prima María I de Escocia y se convirtió en rey consorte. Noble inglésperteneciente a la Casa escocesa de los Estuardo.

  6. Enrique Estuardo, Lord Darnley Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley, consorte de María, reina de Escocia (n. 1545) Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley (1546 - 10 de febrero de 1567) fue un noble inglés que fue el segundo marido de María, reina de Escocia y padre de James VI de Escocia y yo de Inglaterra.