Person:Margaret Stewart, Dauphine of France (1)

Margaret Stewart, Dauphine of France
m. 2 Feb 1423
  1. Margaret Stewart, Dauphine of France1424 - 1445
  2. Isabella of ScotlandBet 1425 & 1427 - Bet 1494 & 1499
  3. Mary Stewart, Countess of BuchanBef 1428 - 1465
  4. Joan Stewart, Countess of MortonAbt 1428 - Aft 1493
  5. King James II of Scotland1430 - 1460
  6. Alexander Stewart, Duke of Rothesay1430 -
  7. Annabella _____, Princess of ScotlandAbt 1432 - Aft 1509
  8. Lady Eleanor Stewart1433 - 1480
  9. Robert Stewart1440 - 1449
m. 24 Jun 1436
Facts and Events
Name Margaret Stewart, Dauphine of France
Gender Female
Birth[1] 1424 Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
Marriage Contract 19 Jul 1428 Perth, Perthshire, Scotlandto Louis XI _____, of France
Marriage Contract 30 Oct 1428 Chinon, Indre-et-Loire, Franceto Louis XI _____, of France
Marriage 24 Jun 1436 Tours, Indre-et-Loire, FranceCathédrale de Tours
to Louis XI _____, of France
Death[2] 16 Aug 1445 Châlons-sur-Marne (arrondissement), Marne, Champagne, FranceCathédrale Saint-Etienne
Burial? 23 Nov 1479 Thouars, Deux-Sèvres, Poitou-Charentes, FranceSt Laon Abbey,
Reference Number? Q254085?

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Margaret of Scotland (25 December 1424 – 16 August 1445) was a Princess of Scotland and the Dauphine of France. She was the firstborn child of King James I of Scotland and Queen Joan Beaufort.

She married the eldest son of the king of France, Louis, Dauphin of France, at eleven years old. Their marriage was unhappy, and she died childless at age 20, apparently of a fever.

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  1. Margaret Stewart, Dauphine of France, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  2. Lady MARGARET Stewart, in Cawley, Charles. Medieval Lands: A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families.