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  1. 18/10/2010 · Posted By Claire on October 18, 2010. On this day in history, 18th October 1541, Margaret Tudor died of a stroke at Methven Castle, Perthshire, Scotland. She was laid to rest at the Carthusian Priory of St John in Perth, which was later destroyed. Margaret Tudor was born on the 28th November 1489.

  2. Margaret suffered from nosebleeds, and an apothecary William Foular provided a blood stone or heliotrope as a remedy. Foular also sent the queen medicinal spices including pepper, cinnamon, "cubebarum", and "galiga", with glass urinals.

  3. 29/06/2014 · On this day in 1509, Lady Margaret Beaufort, grandmother of Henry VIII, mother of the late Henry VII and a woman known as the matriarch of the Tudor dynasty, died at Cheyneygates, the Abbot of Westminter’s house. Margaret died just four days after enjoying the coronation celebrations of her grandson Henry VIII, and Henry Parker, Lord Morley ...

  4. Is Margaret Tudor's mother, Elizabeth of York, dead or alive? Margaret Tudor's mother, Elizabeth of York , died on February 11, 1503 as she was 37 years old. Her cause of death was puerperal fever.

  5. In 1503, when Margaret was only 14, she sadly lost two member of her immediate family in one fell swoop. Her mother Queen Elizabeth of York gave birth to a sickly baby daughter. Unfortunately, the baby only lived for a couple of days. Then, about a week after the birth, Queen Elizabeth perished too.

  6. She was just kept a prisoner and then one day in 1541, without any warning she was told that she was about to die. Margaret was bewildered, not knowing what she could have done wrong. Henry killed this pius elderly lady out of spite and revenge. Her execution was badly botched. It took several strokes of the axe to kill her.