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  1. Margaret was the very first Tudor princess of England. Born on November 28, 1489, she was the second child—but oldest girl—born to Henry VII and Elizabeth of York.In a time when royal baby boys were normally much more appealing than royal baby girls, Margaret’s parents were actually happy with their daughter, but not for a particularly good reason.

  2. Feb 4, 2020 · Margaret Tudor was the sister of King Henry VIII, daughter of Henry VII (first Tudor king), queen of James IV of Scotland, grandmother of Mary, Queen of Scots, grandmother also of Mary's husband Henry Stewart, Lord Darnley, and great-grandmother of James VI of Scotland who became James I of England.She lived from November 29, 1489 to October 18, 1541.

  3. Aug 7, 2020 · An English princess was arriving to seal a treaty of ‘perpetual peace’ between the two kingdoms and to provide the dynamic, ambitious king with the partner who would help him enhance Scotland’s prestige. The girl was Margaret Tudor, the eldest daughter of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York, and still only 13 years old.

  4. Feb 10, 2015 · Margaret Tudor. They also entered Scotland as foreigners who found their new home backward and unsettling. Margaret was the eldest daughter of Henry VII of England and Elizabeth of York, born on 28 November 1489 at the Palace of Westminster, a year and a half before her famous brother, Henry VIII.

  5. Jan 30, 2020 · Born at Westminster Palace in 1489, Margaret Tudor didn't need a silver spoon in her mouth because, according to biographer Sarah-Beth Watkins, the infant princess was baptized in a silver font "lined with fine linen cloth of Rennes." Here's the truth about King Henry's sister.

  6. Oct 18, 2010 · Margaret Tudor was born on the 28th November 1489. She was the eldest surviving daughter of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York, and was the sister of Henry VIII. After lengthy negotiations, Margaret was promised in marriage to James IV of Scotland in the Treaty of Perpetual Peace between England and Scotland on the 24th January 1502.

  7. Margaret Tudor. Birth. 28 Nov 1489. Westminster, City of Westminster, Greater London, England. Death. 18 Oct 1541 (aged 51) Methven, Perth and Kinross, Scotland. Burial.

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