Matilda of Scotland (born as Edith of Scotland), married Henry
I in 1100, the year he became king. She was queen until her death
1118 and was buried in Westminster
Matilda's father had been the Scottish king, Malcolm III and her three
brothers: Edgar, Alexander and David all ascended the Scottish throne
as did a half-brother Duncan and so the marriage had ensured peace
between the two countries.
consorts buried at Westminster Abbey