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  1. Walter Stewart, Earl of Atholl, Strathearn and Caithness (c. 1360 – 26 March 1437) was a Scottish nobleman, the son of Robert II of Scotland.Stewart advocated for the ransom and return to Scotland of the future king in exile, James I, in 1424.

  2. Duke of Rothesay (1507–1508) Arthur Duke of Rothesay (1509–1510) Alexander Duke of Ross (1514–1515) Henry Stuart Lord Darnley (1545–1567) Mary I Queen of Scots (1542–1587) r. 1542–1567: Francis II King of France (1544–1560) James Earl of Bothwell (c.1534–1578) James Duke of Rothesay (1540–1541) James VI King of Scots and ...

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  4. For the nine-year old heir to the throne, the crisis of 1482 had shattered the calm of his youthful existence at Stirling. Following the death of Margaret of Denmark in July 1486, Prince James may have viewed the king's deliberate promotion of his second son - the 1486 and 1487 proposals to marry him to one of the younger daughter's of Edward IV of England, and the conferring on him of the ...

  5. Robert, Duke of Kintyre (18 January 1602 – 27 May 1602). Died aged four months. miscarriage (10 May 1603). Mary (8 April 1605 Greenwich Palace – 16 December 1607 Stanwell, Surrey). Died aged two. Sophia (22 June 1606 – 23 June 1606). Born and died at Greenwich Palace.

  6. Walter, now guardian of his niece, administered Strathearn for the next decade and a half, during which time he aided his brother Robert, Earl of Fife and Guardian of Scotland, by enforcing law and order upon another brother, Alexander, lord of Badenoch—he again supported Robert (now Duke of Albany) against their nephew, David, Duke of Rothesay in 1402.

  7. Subsidiary title of the Duke of Albany; created Duke of York in England in 1605; also Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornwall, and Duke of Rothesay from 1612 Marquess of Wigtown: 2 May 1602: Stewart Extinct 27 May 1602: Subsidiary title of the Duke of Kintyre and Lorne: Marquess of Douglas: 14 June 1633: Douglas Extant