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Lady Jean Gordon, Countess of Bothwell, 1544 - 1629. First wife of James Hepburn, 4th Earl of Bothwell

Lady Jean Gordon, Countess of Sutherland, formerly Countess of Bothwell. Wife of James Hepburn, Earl of husband of Mary, Queen of Scots).

Henry FitzRoy, 1st Duke of Richmond and Somerset, 1st Earl of Nottingham (15 June 1519 – 23 July 1536) was the son of King Henry VIII of England and his mistress, Elizabeth Blount, the only illegitimate offspring that Henry acknowledged.

Henry Brandon, Earl of Lincoln, son of Princess Mary Tudor & Charles Brandon. Nephew of Henry VIII

James I (1394 - 1437). King from 1406 to his death in 1437. He was captured by pirates and given to the English in 1406. He was imprisoned for the next 18 years but given an education. In 1424 he and his wife were allowed to leave England. He was unpopular in Scotland, and was murdered in 1437 by his uncle. He married Joan Beaufort and several children.

King James I of Scotland - century portrait of James. Reign: 4 April 1406 – 21 February 1437 Coronation: 21 May 1424 Born 25 July 1394 Dunfermline Palace Fife Died 21 February 1437 Burial Perth Charterhouse Religion: Roman Catholic

Margaret of Provence, Queen of France. She was a sister to Eleanor of Provence, Queen of England, as consort to Henry III.

"Margaret of Provence, Queen of France. She was a sister to Eleanor of Provence, Queen of England, as consort to Henry III. Ancestor" <--- That's amazing!

Traditionally called Dorothy Cary, later Viscountess Rochford by William Larkin between 1614-1618

Author: William Larkin Description: English: Traditionally called Dorothy Cary, later Viscountess Rochford, c. "The Surface of Reality", FMR No. April Date between circa 1614 and circa 1618 Current location Kenwood House Suffolk Collection

JAMES - SON OF HENRY STUART, Lord Darnley, and Mary Queen of Scots - became King James VI of Scotland in 1567, the year after his birth. He then waited patiently for Elizabeth I to die, when the thrones of England and Scotland might be joined, and in 1589 married Anne of Denmark. The couple had seven children.

James I and VI of England and Scotland, son of Mary, Queen of Scots. As Elizabeth I was childless and the last of the Tudor bloodline, James was next in line since he was descended from Margaret Tudor, the elder sister of Henry VIII.

Presumed Portrait of the Duke of Albany, Scottish lord. Francois Clouet

Presumed Portrait of the Duke of Albany, Scottish lord.

Christian, Lady Cavendish, Later Countess of Devonshire (1598-1675), and Her Daughter Date: 1619 Artist: Paul van Somer North Carolina Museum of Art

1619 Paul van Somer - Christian, Lady Cavendish, Later Countess of Devonshire, and Her Daughter

John Knox (c. 1514 – 24 November 1572) was a Scottish clergyman and a leader of the Protestant Reformation who brought reformation to the church in Scotland.In Geneva he met John Calvin, from whom he gained experience and knowledge of Reformed theology and Presbyterian polity. On his return to Scotland he led the Protestant Reformation in Scotland.

John Knox: The Great Scottish Reformer & Co-Publisher of The English Geneva Bible.

William_Larkin_Anne_Clifford,_Countess_of_Dorset

1618 portrait of Lady Anne Clifford daughter of George Clifford, Queen Elizabeth I's tournament champion - by William Larkin - Anne wears mourning strings in black for her baby that died earlier that year - copyright National Portrait Gallery

Henri IV et Marie de Médicis, roi et reine de France et de Navarre, en 1601, par Mathieu Prieur

Henri IV et Marie de Médicis, roi et reine de France et de Navarre, en 1601, par Mathieu Prieur

Prince Edward Tudor - King Henry VIII's only legitimate son (with Jane Seymour)

Portrait of Edward, Prince of Wales (c. Hans Holbein (the Younger). Edward VI king of England and Ireland from 1547 to was King Henry VIII's only legitimate son; his mother, Henry's third wife, Jane Seymour, died 12 days after his birth.

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