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  1. Lady Margaret Erskine (8 October 1515 – 5 May 1572) was a mistress of King James V of Scotland and mother of Regent Moray. She was a daughter of John Erskine, 5th Lord Erskine and Lady Margaret Campbell.

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  3. When Lady Margaret Erskine Countess of Balmuto was born on 1 January 1354, in Scotland, her father, Alan Erskine, was 29 and her mother, Isabel Inchmartin, was 14. She married Sir John De Glen of Inchmartin and Balmuto in 1369, in Banff, Banffshire, Scotland, United Kingdom.

  4. › athletes › margaret-erskineMARGARET ERSKINE - scotstats

    Margaret Erskine, Scotland's first track and field female Olympian, shared her experiences of the 1948 London Games with her colleagues at the Cadbury's factory. The Elgin athlete gave a talk to the company's girls athletics club, extracts from which were published in the Bournville Works Magazine.

  5. Athlete Olympic Results Content. Visit Margaret ERSKINE profile and read the full biography, watch videos and read all the latest news.

  6. 21 de may. de 2006 · Margaret Erskine. Biographical information. Biography. The daughter of Joseph Erskine, a coal merchant and farmer, Margaret Erskine was educated at the Elgin Academy in Scotland, where she started her athletics career. She became a fine long jumper, and won the Scottish national title.

  7. 24 de ene. de 2024 · Lady Margaret Erskine (c1510 – 1572) was a Scottish noblewoman and courtier, the mistress of King James I (1513 – 1542), she was the daughter of John, fourth Baron Erskine, and sister to John Erskine, earl of Mar, and was married (1527) to Sir Robert Douglas, of Lochleven.