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  1. Helena – The Margaret Stuart Youth Home | Youth Homes Helena – The Margaret Stuart Youth Home The Margaret Stuart Youth Home is an eight-bed group home that is dually licensed to provide short-term crisis intervention placements and longer-term group care for youth, ages 10 to 18. View Larger Map Location: 200 Miller St, Helena, Mt 59601

  2. Helena Youth Homes is part of Youth Homes, a Montana nonprofit organization dedicated to caring for children and youth and their families who are in n … 359 people like this 385 people follow this 1 person checked in here (406) 449-3038

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  3. 29/04/2022 · James Stuart, 4th Earl of Moray Lady Margaret Home James Stuart, 4th Earl of Moray (c. 1611 – 4 March 1653) was the son of James Stuart, 3rd Earl of Moray and Lady Anne Gordon. He married Lady Margaret Home, daughter of Alexander Home, 1st Earl of Home and Mary Dudley, on 18 October 1627 (contract). The couple had eight children:

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    • 1683 (71-80)Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
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  4. 01/02/2022 · HELENA — Margaret Stuart Youth Home in Helena has received ARPA funding from Lewis and Clark County Commissioners in hopes of an expansion. "I'm really excited because the building was built in the late 80s, and it has seen a lot of use over the years," said Colleen Rivers, the youth home’s program director.

  5. Margaret Stuart Youth Home 200 Miller St, Helena, MT 59601 - Home MT Helena Youth Organizations & Centers Margaret Stuart Youth Home (406) 443-2145 Map & Directions Helena, MT 59601 Customize this page. Claim this Business Margaret Stuart Youth Home  Youth Organizations & Centers Be the first to review! Add Hours More Info Category

    • 200 Miller St, Helena, 59601, MT
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  7. Margaret Stuart (24 December 1598 – March 1600) was the second daughter of King James VI of Scotland and Anne of Denmark. Sometime in March 1600, Margaret died of an unknown illness and she was buried in Holyrood Abbey. Three years later, her father ascended the throne of England. Contents 1 Life 2 Death and burial 3 Ancestors 4 References