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  1. 7 de nov. de 2023 · Answer: Margaret Tudor. Margaret Rose was born in Westminster, the oldest daughter of Henry VII of England and Elizabeth of York. She 15 years old when she married James IV of Scotland in 1503. The marriage was a strategic alliance between England and Scotland, referred to as the Treaty of Perpetual Peace.

  2. 5 de nov. de 2023 · Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scots. Margaret Tudor (1489–1541) left England in 1503 after marrying James IV of Scotland by proxy at her father's palace in Richmond. The young Queen of Scots and her husband apparently had a happy marriage. Margaret's happiness was not long-lived. Although she bore the King six children, only one survived infancy.

  3. 14 de nov. de 2023 · Mary's father, James V of Scotland, was the only son of James IV and Margaret Tudor, who were thus her grandparents. Margaret Tudor, Henry VIII's sister, was the only daughter of King Henry VII and Elizabeth of York, so Henry VII was Mary's great grandfather.

  4. 3 de nov. de 2023 · Answer: Edmund Tudor Henry later became King Henry VIII of England. Mary's marriage to Louis XII made her Queen of France and Margaret married the Scottish King, James IV.

  5. 24 de nov. de 2023 · James V was the son of James IV and his wife, Margaret Tudor, the daughter of Henry VII of England and the sister of Henry VIII. It was through Queen Margaret that the Stuarts would derive their claim to the throne of England.

  6. 8 de nov. de 2023 · Answer: Margaret Tudor is to Scotland Mary Tudor was the younger sister of Henry VIII. He married her off to King Louis XII of France in 1514, making her Queen Consort of France. Similarly, her sister Margaret was married to the Scottish King James IV and sent there to become Queen Consort of Scotland.

  7. 31 de oct. de 2023 · I. Margaret Tudor was the eldest daughter of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York and was born at Westminster Palace on 28 November 1489. On 8 August 1503, Margaret married James IV, King of Scots, to cement the Treaty of Perpetual Peace which served to end centuries of warfare between England and Scotland.