See also

James KING OF SCOTLAND ( -1542)

1. James V KING OF SCOTLAND, son of James IV KING OF SCOTLAND ( -1513) and Margaret TUDOR (1489-1541), died in 1542. He married Marie of Guise-Lorraine.

 

James reigned from 1513-1542.

 

Marie of Guise-Lorraine and James V KING OF SCOTLAND had the following children:

 

Mary QUEEN OF SCOTS ( - )

Second Generation

2. James IV KING OF SCOTLAND, son of James III KING OF SCOTLAND and Margaret of Denmark, died in 1513 in Flodden. He married Margaret TUDOR.

 

3. Margaret TUDOR, daughter of Henry VII KING OF ENGLAND and Elizabeth of York, was born in 1489. She died in 1541. She married Archibald EARL OF ANGUS. She and James IV KING OF SCOTLAND had the following children:

 

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James V KING OF SCOTLAND ( -1542)

 

Archibald EARL OF ANGUS and Margaret TUDOR had the following children:

 

Margaret COUNTESS OF LENNOX ( - )

Third Generation

4. James III KING OF SCOTLAND, son of James II KING OF SCOTLAND and Mary of Gueldres, was born on 3 August 1460. He died on 11 June 1488. He married Margaret of Denmark.

 

James III of Scotland (1451/ 1452 – June 11, 1488) was the son of James II and Mary of Gueldres, created Duke of Rothesay at birth, and King of Scots from 1460 to 1488. James was an unpopular and ineffective monarch owing to an unwillingness to administer justice fairly, a policy of pursuing alliance with the Kingdom of England, and a disastrous relationship with nearly all his extended family.

His reputation as the first renaissance monarch in Scotland has sometimes been exaggerated, based on late chronicle attacks on him for being more interested in such unmanly pursuits as music than hunting, riding and leading his kingdom into war. In fact the artistic legacy of his reign is slight, especially when compared to that of his son, James IV and grandson, James V. Such evidence as there is consists of portrait coins produced during his reign, displaying the king in three-quarter profile, and wearing an imperial crown, the Trinity Altarpiece by Hugo van der Goes, which was probably not commissioned by the king, and an unusual hexagonal chapel at Restalrig near Edinburgh, perhaps inspired by the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem.

 

5. Margaret of Denmark has few details recorded about her. She and James III KING OF SCOTLAND had the following children:

 

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James IV KING OF SCOTLAND ( -1513)

 

6. Henry VII KING OF ENGLAND, son of Edmund Tudor 1ST EARL OF RICHMOND and Margaret BEAUFORT, married Elizabeth of York in 1486. He died in 1509.

 

He reigned 1485-1509.

 

7. Elizabeth of York has few details recorded about her. She and Henry VII KING OF ENGLAND had the following children:

 

Henry VIII KING OF ENGLAND ( -1547). Henry married Katherine of Aragon in 1509. He married Anne BOLEYN in 1533. He married Jane SEYMOUR in 1536. He married Anne of Cleves in 1540. He married Katherine HOWARD in 1540. He married Katherine PARR in 1543. He died in 1547.

Arthur TUDOR ( -1502). Arthur died in 1502.

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Margaret TUDOR (1489-1541)

Mary TUDOR (1496- ). Mary was born in 1496.