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  1. Robert Stewart, Duke of Albany was a member of the Scottish royal family who served as regent to three Scottish monarchs. A ruthless politician, Albany was widely regarded as having caused the murder of his nephew, the Duke of Rothesay, and brother to the future King James I of Scotland. James was held in captivity in England for eighteen years, during which time Albany served as regent in Scotland, king in all but name. He died in 1420 and was succeeded by his son, Murdoch ...

  2. Robert Stewart, 1st duke of Albany, (born c. 1340—died September 1420, Stirling Castle, Stirling, Scot.), regent of Scotland who virtually ruled Scotland from 1388 to 1420, throughout the reign of his weak brother Robert III and during part of the reign of James I, who had been imprisoned in London.

  3. Robert Stewart, Duke of Albany (c. 1340 – 3 September 1420) was a member of the Scottish royal family who served as regent (at least partially) to three Scottish monarchs (Robert II, Robert III, and James I). A ruthless politician, Albany was widely regarded as having caused the murder of his nephew, the Duke of Rothesay, and brother to the ...

  4. 19/04/2022 · Robert Stewart, 1st Duke of Albany was born circa 1340. He was the son of Robert II Stewart, King of Scotland and Elizabeth Mure of Rowallan. He married, firstly, Margaret Graham, Countess of Menteith, daughter of Sir John Graham and Mary Menteith, Countess of Menteith, after 9 September 1361, by Papal dispensation.

    • Scotland
    • Dundonald Castle, Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland
    • circa 1340
    • Juventud Y Linaje
    • Política Y Guerras
    • Matrimonios Y Descendencia
    • fallecimiento Y Legado
    • Referencias

    Roberto Estuardo era el segundo hijo del futuro rey Roberto II de Escocia (1316–1390) y de Elizabeth Mure de Rowallan. Este matrimonio se consideró nulo en sus comienzos, lo que hizo que en ciertos círculos los descendientes se vieran como ilegítimos. No obstante, en 1349 se emitió una dispensa papal que legitimó el matrimonio y los hijos. El abuel...

    La política escocesa de finales del siglo XIV era inestable y brutal, y buena parte de la carrera de Albany estuvo dedicada a adquirir tierras, propiedades y títulos, a menudo por medios violentos.[2]​ En 1389, su hijo Murdoch fue nombrado Justiciar North of the Forth, la máxima autoridad legal del reino, y a partir de entonces ambos se dedicaron a...

    Albany se casó dos veces. En primer lugar en 1361, con Margaret Graham (1334–1380), condesa de Menteith, una acaudalada divorciada que ya había tenido tres maridos. La pareja tuvo ocho hijos, siete hijas y un varón: 1. Janet Estuardo (se casó con David de Moubray) 2. María Estuardo (se casó con William Abernathy) 3. Margarita Estuardo (se casó con ...

    El duque de Albany murió en 1420 en el castillo de Stirling y está enterrado en la abadía de Dunfermline, en Fife. Le sucedió como duque de Albany y regente de Escocia su hijo Murdoch Estuardo. Pero Murdoch no disfrutó mucho tiempo de su poder. En 1425 el rey Jacobo regresó a Escocia después de 18 años de cautiverio en Inglaterra, y mandó ejecutar ...

    Debrett, John, p.233, The peerage of England, Scotland, and Ireland, Londres (1805) Consultado en abril de 2016
    Mackie, J. D., A History of Scotland, Penguin Books, Londres (1964).
    McAndrew, Bruce A., Scotland's Historic HeraldryConsultado en noviembre de 2010
    Roberts, John L., p.16, Feuds, Forays and Febellions: History of the Highland Clans 1475-1625Consultado en noviembre de 2010
    • c. 1340
    • Murdoch Estuardo
  5. In 1541 Robert, second son of James V of Scotland, was styled Duke of Albany, but he died at less than a month old. The fourth creation, along with the Earldom of Ross and Lordship of Ardmannoch, was for Mary, Queen of Scots ' king consort Lord Darnley , whose son, later James VI of Scotland, I of England and Ireland , inherited the titles on his death.