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  1. Margaret Tudor was Queen of Scotland from 1503 until 1513 by marriage to King James IV. She was the eldest daughter and second child of King Henry VII of England and Elizabeth of York, and the sister of King Henry VIII of England. Margaret married James IV at the age of 13, in accordance with the Treaty of Perpetual Peace between England and Scotland. Together, they had six children, though only one of them reached adulthood. Margaret's marriage to James IV linked the royal houses ...

  2. Margaret Tudor, (born November 29, 1489, London—died October 18, 1541, Methven, Perth, Scotland), wife of King James IV of Scotland, mother of James V, and elder daughter of King Henry VII of England.

  3. 10/02/2015 · As the first Tudor princess, Margaret was immediately placed on the European marriage market since Henry VII was eager to strengthen foreign support for his new dynasty. She spent her first fourteen years in England and was imbued with a self-righteous belief that England was meant to control Scotland, if not subjugate it entirely, and that Tudor rule was as valid as any other European dynasty.

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    Margaret Tudor was the older of two daughters of King Henry VII of England and of Elizabeth of York (who was the daughter of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville). Her brother was King Henry VIII of England. She was named for her maternal grandmother, Margaret Beaufort, whose persistent protection and promotion of her son, Henry Tudor, helped bring hi...

    In August of 1503, Margaret Tudor married King James IV of Scotland, a move intended to repair relations between England and Scotland. The party escorting her to meet her husband stopped at Margaret Beaufort's manor (mother of Henry VII), and Henry VII turned back to home while Margaret Tudor and her attendants continued on to Scotland. Henry VII f...

    Margaret Tudor's granddaughter, Mary, Queen of Scots, daughter of James V, became Scotland's ruler. Her husband, Henry Stewart, Lord Darnley, was also a grandson of Margaret Tudor -- his mother was Margaret Douglaswho was Margaret's daughter by her second husband, Archibald Douglas. Mary was eventually executed by her cousin, Queen Elizabeth Iof En...

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  4. 18/06/2022 · On 8 August 1503 Princess Margaret Tudor of England married King James IV of Scotland in Holyrood Abbey, becoming Queen of Scots and providing the Scottish throne with an heir, King James V. She would marry twice more before her death in 1541 and, like her ill-fated granddaughter Mary, Queen of Scots, Margaret’s choice of husband threatened ...

  5. Margaret Tudor was an English princess who later became the Queen Consort of Scotland through her marriage to James IV of Scotland. After his death, she served as the regent for their son, James V of Scotland. Known to be whimsical and passionate in nature, Margaret’s biggest concern, throughout her life, was her own survival.