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  1. Aug 7, 2020 · The forgotten Tudor: Margaret Tudor, sister of Henry VIII She briefly presided over a golden period in Scottish history and was a constant thorn in the side of her brother, Henry VIII. So why does Margaret Tudor remain so obscure?

  2. Feb 10, 2015 · As the first Tudor princess, Margaret was immediately placed on the European marriage market since Henry VII was eager to strengthen foreign support for his new dynasty. She spent her first fourteen years in England and was imbued with a self-righteous belief that England was meant to control Scotland, if not subjugate it entirely, and that ...

  3. Feb 4, 2020 · Updated on February 04, 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.

  4. Margaret Tudor (14891541)Queen of Scotland who, while living in constant fear for her life and the lives of her children, strived within the complicated diplomatic and power struggles of Renaissance Europe to keep peace between Scotland and England and her son's throne secure .

  5. Jul 18, 2018 · On 8 August 1503 Princess Margaret Tudor of England married King James IV of Scotland in Holyrood Abbey, becoming Queen of Scots and providing the Scottish throne with an heir, King James V. She would marry twice more before her death in 1541 and, like her ill-fated granddaughter Mary, Queen of Scots, Margaret’s choice of husband threatened ...

  6. Jun 8, 2018 · Margaret Tudor (1489–1541), queen of James IV of Scotland. Elder daughter of Henry VII of England , Margaret was married to James at Holyrood on 8 August 1503, and bore her husband six children—four sons and two daughters—of whom only one, Prince James ( James V), born in April 1512, survived.

  7. Margaret Tudor (28 November 1489 – 18 October 1541) was Queen of Scotland from 1503 until 1513 by marriage to King James IV. She then served as regent of Scotland during her son's minority, and fought to extend her regency. Margaret was the eldest daughter and second child of King Henry VII of England and Elizabeth of York, and the elder ...

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