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Joan Stewart, Countess of Morton
d.aft 22 Jun 1493 Scotland
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Name Joan Stewart, Countess of Morton
Alt Name Joanna
Alt Name Joan the Dumb Lady
Gender Female
Birth? abt 1428 Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
Marriage bef 15 May 1459 to James Douglas, 1st Earl of Morton
Death? aft 22 Jun 1493 Scotland
Ancestral File Number 921S-3C
Burial? Dalkeith Church, Midlothian, Scotland


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Joan Stewart, Countess of Morton, also called Joanna (bef. 1440–aft. 16 October 1486), was the daughter of James I, King of Scotland, and the wife of James Douglas, 1st Earl of Morton. She was known, in Latin, as the muta domina [mute lady] of Dalkeith.

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