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STEWART, Robert II King of Scots
(1315-1390)
MURE, Elizabeth of Rowallan
(About 1320-1355)
DRUMMOND, John of Stobhall, Sir
(About 1308-)
MONTEFICHET, Mary
(1325-)
STEWART, John [ruled as Robert III] King of Scots
(1337-1406)
DRUMMOND, Annabella Queen of Scots
(Between 1349/1354-1401)
STEWART, Margaret
(About 1370-1456)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. DOUGLAS, Archibald 4th Earl of Douglas, Duke of Touraine

STEWART, Margaret 2 3

  • Born: About 1370
  • Marriage (1): DOUGLAS, Archibald 4th Earl of Douglas, Duke of Touraine by 1390 1
  • Died: by September 1456 1 3
  • Buried: Lincluden Church, Dumfriesshire, Scotland 3

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Margaret married Archibald DOUGLAS 4th Earl of Douglas, Duke of Touraine, son of Archibald DOUGLAS 3rd Earl of Douglas, 'Black Archibald', 'the Grim'' and Joanna Lady of Drumsargard and Lady of Bothwell, by 1390.1 (Archibald DOUGLAS 4th Earl of Douglas, Duke of Touraine was born about 1372,1 died on 17 August 1424 in Battle of Verneuil Sur Havre, France 1 and was buried in 1424 in Tours Cathedral, Indre-et-Loire, France 1.)


  Marriage Notes:

"Margaret, who was married to Archibald, fourth Earl of Douglas and Duke of Touraine in France. She died before September 1456, and was buried in the church of Lincluden."

from Scots Peerage (vol 1)




The fourth Earl of Douglas married, during his father's lifetime and some time before 1390, Margaret Stewart, the eldest daughter of John, Earl of Carrick, afterwards King Robert III. She survived her husband, and was styled after his death Duchess of Touraine, as well as Countess of Douglas and Lady of Galloway, although the duchy which gave the title was, not long after the death of Douglas, bestowed by King Charles VII. on Louis of Anjou. The Countess in or about 1448 made an attempt to claim her terce out of the duchy of Touraine, and its rents and revenues. She sent her petition by William, Lord Crichton, Chancellor of King James II., who was her nephew, and her request was accompanied by a similar claim from William, eighth Earl of Douglas. Both claims were refused."

from Scots Peerage (vol 3) 1 3

Sources


1 e-books, The Scots Peerage ed. Sir James Balfour Paul vol. 3 (1906).

2 History Scotland, Vol.18 No.5 September /October 2018 "Annabella Drummond: The Patient Queen" by Dr Amy Hayes.

3 e-books, The Scots Peerage ed. Sir James Balfour Paul vol. 1 (1904).


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