Person:Eadgyth of Scotland (1)

Princess Eadgyth of Scotland
b.est 1079 Scotland
Facts and Events
Name[8] Princess Eadgyth of Scotland
Alt Name[4][10] Edith of Scotland
Married Name[9] Queen Matilda
Gender Female
Birth[8] est 1079 Scotland
Marriage 11 Nov 1100 Westminster Abbey, Westminster, Middlesex, Englandto Henry I "Beauclerc" , King of England
Death[6][8] 1 May 1118 Westminster Palace, Westminster, Middlesex, England
Reference Number? Q232761?
Burial[8] Westminster Abbey, Westminster, Middlesex, England

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Matilda of Scotland (c. 1080 – 1 May 1118), born Edith, was Queen of England as the first wife of King Henry I.

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  10. Latinization of Eadgyth