James Stewart, Duke of Ross (March 1476 – January 1504) was a Scottish prince, and the second son of King James III of Scotland and his wife, Margaret of Denmark. James was heir presumptive to his brother until his death, and was Archbishop of St Andrews and Lord Chancellor of Scotland .
When James Stewart Duke of Ross was born in February 1475, in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, his father, James III King of Scotland, was 23 and his mother, Margaret Oldenburg Queen of Scotland, was 18. He died on 12 January 1504, in his hometown, at the age of 28, and was buried in St Andrews, Fife, Scotland, United Kingdom.
About James Stewart, Duke of Ross Marquess of Ormonde in 1476 Duke of Ross on 23 January 1481. Baron of Brechin and Nevar on 29 January 1488. Earl of Ardmannoch on 29 January 1488. Archbishop of St. Andrews on 20 September 1497, Although he was nominated, he was never consecrated. Chancellor of Scotland Died unmarried and without issues. Links:
- March 1476
- Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
James (Stewart) Duke of Ross (1476 - 1504) James (Stewart) Duke of Ross. (1476 - 1504) James Duke of Ross formerly Stewart. Born Mar 1476 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. Ancestors. Son of James (Stewart) Stewart King James IIIrd of Scots and Margaret (Oldenburg) Queen of Scots. Brother of James Stewart and John (Stewart) Stewart Earl of Mar.
King James thought that would keep James of Ross from rebelling against him. Also, James of Ross was a minor, and so the revenues of the archbishopric would be controlled by King James. James of Ross also became Lord Chancellor of Scotland in 1502. Name. He was one of three brothers, his two brothers being King James IV of Scotland and John Stewart, Earl of Mar. It may seem surprising that there were two brothers both called James.
Duke of Ross James Stewart, 1. Duke of Ross (* März 1476; † 12. Januar 1504 in Edinburgh ), war ein schottischer Prinz . Leben [ Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten] Er war der zweite Sohn des Königs Jakob III. aus dessen Ehe mit Margarethe von Dänemark . Anlässlich seiner Taufe verlieh ihm sein Vater 1476 den Titel Marquess of Ormond. Am 23.
The title Duke of Ross has been created twice in the Peerage of Scotland, both times for younger sons of the King of Scotland. Named for Ross in Scotland, it was first created in 1488  for James Stewart, Earl of Ross, the second son of James III. On his early death in 1504, the title became extinct. The title was created a second time for ...