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  1. Margaret Tudor. Allikas: Vikipeedia. Mine navigeerimisribale Mine otsikasti. Margaret Tudor. Margaret Tudor ( 28. november 1489 – 18. oktoober 1541) oli Inglismaa kuninga Henry VII tütar ja Šotimaa kuninga James IV abikaasa. Margaret sündis Tudorite dünastiast Inglismaa kuninga Henry VII ja tema abikaasa Yorki Elizabethi vanima tütrena.

  2. D'Margaret Tudor gebuer den 29. November 1489 a gestuerwen den 18. Oktober 1541 war d'Duechter vum Henri VII. vun England an der Elisabeth vu York.

  3. Margaret Tudor was born 28 November 1489 to Henry VII of England (1457-1509) and Elizabeth of York (1465-1503) and died 18 October 1541 of unspecified causes. She married James IV of Scotland (1473-1513) 1 August 1503 JL in Holyrood Abbey, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, United Kingdom. She married Archibald Douglas (1489-1557) 1 August 1514 JL . She married Henry Stewart, 1st Lord Methven ...

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  5. Margaret "Queen Consort of Scotland" Tudor aka Douglas Stewart. Born 29 Nov 1489 in Westminster, London, England. Ancestors. Daughter of Henry (Tudor) of England and Elizabeth (York) Tudor. Sister of Arthur Tudor KG KB, Henry (Tudor) of England, Elizabeth Tudor, Mary (Tudor) Brandon, Edmund Tudor and Katherine Tudor.

  6. 18/02/2022 · Margaret Douglas, Countess of Lennox. House: House of Tudor. Father: Henry VII of England. Mother: Elizabeth of York. Born: 28 November 1489. Richmond Palace. Died: 18 November 1541 (aged 51) Methven Castle, Perthshire ===== Wikipedia links:

  7. James IV, King of Scots and Margaret Tudor; Credit – Wikipedia In June of 1503, just a few months after her mother’s death, Margaret left London with her father to make the journey to Scotland. Her formal court farewell was held at her paternal grandmother’s home Collyweston Palace near Stamford, Northamptonshire, England.