Dorothy Margaret Stuart, née Browne was a British poet and writer Achievements In 1924 she won a silver medal in the art competitions of the Olympic Games for her "Fencers" song" cycle, Sword Songs. Works book The Daughters of George III (It is, as Lord Melbourne hinted to Queen Victoria, 'a lit...) Dearest Bess - Elizabeth Duchess of Devonshire
Margaret Stuart was born in 1932 in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England. She is an actress, known for Digby: The Biggest Dog in the World (1973) and Riptide (1969). She was previously married to Alan Stuart. See full bio » Born: 1932 in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England, UK More at IMDbPro » Contact Info: View agent, publicist, legal on IMDbPro
Margaret Stuart Barry (born Margaret Stuart Bell on 7 December 1927) is an English children's writer, and is best known for creating the Simon and the Witch series of books. She has written other series for young readers, including the Attic Toys series.
Signe Margaret Stuart (née Nelson) (born 1937) is an American artist best known for her abstract paintings and works on paper that are informed by Minimalism, quantum physics and the study of consciousness. Contents 1 Early life and education 2 Career 3 Works 3.1 Main exhibitions and artworks 3.2 Public collections 3.3 Corporate collections
Margaret Stuart (or Stewart) ( c. 1591 – 4 August 1639), Scottish aristocrat and courtier in England. She served as lady-in-waiting to the queen consort of England, Anne of Denmark. She was the daughter of James Stewart, 2nd Earl of Moray, and Elizabeth Stuart, 2nd Countess of Moray.
Margaret was born between 1453 and 1460,   the daughter of James II of Scotland and Mary of Guelders. She had five siblings, including James III, who ascended the Scottish throne in 1460 upon their father's accidental death by an exploding cannon. Margaret's nurse was Marion Darrauch, who was paid £5 in 1462.
Margaret Stewart, Dauphine of France (1424–1445), princess of Scotland; Dauphine of France as wife to future Louis XI Margaret Stewart (born c. 1455), daughter of James II of Scotland and niece of the Dauphine Margaret Douglas (1515–1578), married name Margaret Stewart, countess of Lennox and half-sister of James V of Scotland
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