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  1. Patrick Hepburn, 1st Earl of Bothwell (died 18 October 1508) was Lord High Admiral of Scotland. He rose to political prominence after supporting James IV against his father, and was proxy at the King's marriage.

  2. Entre 1568 y 1573, la fortaleza fue también la prisión de James Hepburn, IV conde de Bothwell, tercer marido de la reina María I de Escocia. [7] Edad Moderna. Durante todo el siglo XVII, la región histórica de Skåneland en el sur de la península escandinava fue objeto de disputa entre Dinamarca y Suecia.

  3. François II, né à Fontainebleau le 19 janvier 1544 et mort à Orléans le 5 décembre 1560, est roi de France du 10 juillet 1559 jusqu'à sa mort.. Fils aîné d' Henri II et de Catherine de Médicis, il monte sur le trône de France à l'âge de quinze ans après la mort accidentelle de son père le 10 juillet 1559.

  4. The fleet then sailed to France, arriving there in September 1513, too late to be much help as the Scottish army had been defeated at the Battle of Flodden in England on 9 September, with James IV being killed in battle. Politician. During the minority of King James V, Hamilton opposed Archibald Douglas, 6th Earl of Angus and the English party.

  5. Parece ser que fue la venganza de la Reina por haber asesinado a su secretario. El matrimonio de María el 15 de mayo del mismo año con James Hepburn, conde de Bothwell, que era el más evidente sospechoso del asesinato del duque de Albany, hizo aumentar los recelos y su impopularidad. [16]

  6. James Stuart, 1st Earl of Moray (c. 1531 – 23 January 1570), a member of the House of Stuart as the illegitimate son of King James V, was the regent of Scotland for his half-nephew, the infant King James VI, from 1567 until his assassination in 1570.

  7. Marriage to Margaret Tudor. In 1509, Douglas married Margaret Hepburn, daughter of the Earl of Bothwell.After her death, and that of his father, in 1513, on 6 August 1514 the new Earl of Angus married the dowager queen and regent, Margaret Tudor, widow of James IV, mother of two-year-old James V, and elder sister of Henry VIII of England.