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  1. James Stewart, Duke of Ross (March 1476 – January 1504) was a Scottish prince, and the second son of King James III of Scotland and his wife, Margaret of Denmark. James was heir presumptive to his brother until his death, and was Archbishop of St Andrews and Lord Chancellor of Scotland .

  2. Ross, James Stewart, 1st duke of ( 1477–1504) in A Dictionary of British History (1 rev) Length: 108 words. (c. 1477–1504).Second son of James III. He received more favour from his father than the duke of Rothesay, the future James IV.

  3. Compare DNA and explore genealogy for James (Stewart) Duke of Ross born 1476 Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland died 1504 Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland including ancestors + Y-chromosome DNA + more in the free family tree community.

  4. Ross, James Stewart, 1st duke of [S] (c.1477–1504). Second son of James III, he received more favour from his father than the duke of Rothesay, the future James IV. In particular James III proposed him as part of a marriage alliance with England , but not his elder brother (1486); and made him duke of Ross, an act that precipitated Rothesay ...

  5. › wiki › Duke_of_RossDuke of Ross - Wikipedia

    The title Duke of Ross ( Scottish Gaelic: Diùc Rois) [1] has been created twice in the Peerage of Scotland, both times for younger sons of the King of Scotland. Named for Ross in Scotland, it was first created in 1488 [2] for James Stewart, Earl of Ross, the second son of James III.

  6. James appointed his younger brother, the Duke of Ross, to fill the vacant see of St Andrews, bringing the highest office of the Scottish church within the royal family, with the appointment generating an annual income of around £2,500 for the Crown from the revenues of the archbishopric.

  7. In January of 1488, James III attempted to gain supporters among the Scottish Lairds by naming James Stewart the Duke of Ross, and elevating four other Lairds to full Lords of Parliament. It is not clear whether he was an active participant in the rebellion against his father or not but Prince James served as the figurehead.