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  1. Alexander Stewart, Duke of Ross (30 April 1514, Stirling Castle – 18 December 1515, Stirling Castle) was the fourth and last son of King James IV of Scotland and his queen Margaret Tudor . He was born after his father was killed at the Battle of Flodden, during the reign of his infant brother King James V of Scotland. His nurse was Katherine Fyn.

  2. 26/04/2022 · Alexander Stewart, Duke of Ross (30 April 1514, Stirling Castle–18 December 1515, Stirling Castle) was the fourth and last son of King James IV of Scotland and his queen Margaret Tudor. He was born posthumously, after his father died at the Battle of Flodden Field, during the reign of his infant brother King James V of Scotland.

    • Stirlingshire
    • April 30, 1514
    • "Duke of Ross"
  3. Alexander Stewart Duke of Ross The Life Summary of Alexander When Alexander Stewart Duke of Ross was born on 30 April 1514, in Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland, his father, James IV King of Scotland, was 41 and his mother, Margaret Tudor Queen of Scotland, was 24.

  4. The Spanish Princess Alexander Stewart is the younger son of King James IV and Queen Margaret Tudor . The Spanish Princess James is born as the second legitimate child of the king of Scotland, having many elder illegitimate half-siblings, and an elder brother, James.

  5. Alexander Stewart, Duke of Ross was born on April 30, 1514 in Stirling Castle, Stirlingshire, Scotland, son of James Stewart James of the Iron Belt and Margaret Tudor. He died on December 18, 1515 in Stirling Castle, Stirlingshire, Scotland. This information is part of Stamboom Willemse by Frederike Willemse on Genealogy Online.

  6. Alexander Stewart, Duke of Ross (30 April 1514, Stirling Castle – 18 December 1515, Stirling Castle) was the fourth and last son of King James IV of Scotland and his queen Margaret Tudor.He was born after his father was killed at the Battle of Flodden, during the reign of his infant brother King James V of Scotland.