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  1. Jean Gordon, Countess of Bothwell (1546 – 14 May 1629) was a wealthy Scottish noblewoman and the second wife of James Hepburn, 4th Earl of Bothwell. He became, after his divorce from Lady Jean, the third husband of Mary, Queen of Scots .

  2. 05/10/2021 · Lady Jean Gordon was born at Huntly Castle, Aberdeenshire. This miniature, the size of a large coin, forms a pair to that of her husband, James Hepburn, Earl of Bothwell, and is dated 1566, the year of their marriage. This was a political alliance, encouraged by Mary, Queen of Scots and urged on by Lady Jean Gordon's family, but it was not to last.

  3. Jean Gordon, condesa de Bothwell (1546-14 de mayo de 1629) fue una rica noble escocesa y la segunda esposa de James Hepburn, cuarto conde de Bothwell.Después de divorciarse de Lady Jean, se convirtió en el tercer marido de María, reina de Escocia.

  4. Jean Gordon, condesa de Bothwell -. Jean Gordon, Countess of Bothwell. Jean Gordon, condesa de Bothwell (1546-14 de mayo de 1629) fue una rica noble escocesa y la segunda esposa de James Hepburn, cuarto conde de Bothwell . Después de divorciarse de Lady Jean, se convirtió en el tercer marido de María, reina de Escocia .

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    Lady Jean Gordon was born at Huntly Castle, sometimes called Strathbogie, in Aberdeenshire, the second eldest daughter of George Gordon, 4th Earl of Huntly, the wealthiest and most powerful landowner in the Scottish Highlands, and Elizabeth Keith. Her paternal grandparents were John Gordon, Lord Gordon and Margaret Stewart, illegitimate daughter of King James IV by his mistress Margaret Drummond, and her maternal grandparents were Robert Keith, Master of Marischal and Lady Elizabeth Douglas. Jean had nine brothers and two sisters, and the family were brought up at Huntly Castle which was modernised during the 1550s. Her father's Highlands estates were so numerous that they approached those of an independent monarch. He became Lord Chancellor of Scotland in 1546, the year of her birth. However, the Earl was captured at the Battle of Pinkie Cleugh in September 1547, and spent some time in England. The earl then followed a complicated political career balancing his and Scotland's inter...

    Countess of Bothwell

    On 24 February 1566, Jean, who was a Catholic, married James Hepburn, 4th Earl of Bothwell in a Protestant-rites ceremony apparently celebrated with considerable pomp. Queen Mary, who strongly approved of the match, supplied cloth of silver and white taffeta for Jean's wedding gown, although she had wanted the marriage to have taken place in the Chapel Royal during a mass. Bothwell, however refused to attend mass on Candlemas day. Her uncle, Alexander Gordon, Bishop of Galloway, preached at t...

    In 1566, the Earl of Bothwell commissioned an artist, whose name is not recorded, to paint miniature portraits of Jean and himself. These were done in oil on copper. Jean appears as a character in Elizabeth Byrd's historical romance, Immortal Queenwhich is a fictionalised story of the life of Mary, Queen of Scots. Irish actress Maria Aitken played the part of Jean Gordon, Countess of Bothwell in Mary, Queen of Scots, the 1971 film which starred Vanessa Redgravein the title role.

    Antonia Fraser, Mary, Queen of Scots, Dell Publishing Co. Inc., New York, March 1971, originally published by Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London, (1969)
    Margaret H. B. Sanderson, Mary Stewart's People, Life in Mary's Stewart's Scotland, James Thin, Edinburgh (1987), Chapter 3, Jane Gordon; Countess of Sutherland, 34–53.
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  5. Jean Gordon, condesa de Bothwell (1546 - 14 de mayo de 1629) fue una rica mujer noble escocesa y la segunda esposa de James Hepburn, cuarto conde de Bothwell. Se convirtió, después de su divorcio de Lady Jean, en el tercer esposo de María, Reina de Escocia.

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