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House of Stewart
Monarch Born Born where Ruled Died Died where Buried Lineage Portrait
Robert II 1316 Paisley,
Renfrewshire
1371-1390 1390 Dundonald Castle,
Ayrshire
Scone Abbey,
Perthshire
Grandson of
Robert I
n/a
Robert III c. 1337 n/a 1390-1406 1406 Dundonald Castle,
Ayrshire
Paisley Abbey,
Renfrewshire

Son of
Robert II
n/a
James I 1394 Dunfermline,
Fife
1406-1437 1437 Friars Preacher Monastery,
Perth,
Perthshire
Murdered by dissident descendants of Robert II
Carthusian Monastery,
Perth,
Perthshire

Son of
Robert III
n/a
James II 1430 Holyrood House,
Edinburgh
1437-1460 1460 Roxburgh Castle,
Roxburghshire
Killed during siege by an exploding cannon
Holyrood Abbey,
Edinburgh
Son of
James I
n/a
James III 1452 St Andrews Castle,
Fife
1460-1488 1488 Milltown,
Stirlingshire
Murdered after being injured at the Battle of Sauchieburn
Cambuskenneth Abbey,
Stirling,
Stirlingshire
Son of
James II
n/a
James IV
1
1473 Scotland 1488-1513 1513 Flodden Field,
Branxton,
Northumberland,
England
Killed at the Battle of Flodden
Sheen Abbey,
Surrey,
England
Son of
James III
n/a
James V 1512 Linlithgow Palace,
West Lothian,
Scotland
1513-1542 1542 Falkland Palace,
Fife
Holyrood Abbey,
Edinburgh
Son of
James IV
n/a
Mary,
Queen of Scots

2
1542 Linlithgow Palace,
West Lothian,
Scotland
1542-1567 1587 Fotheringhay Castle,
Yorkshire
Beheaded
Westminster Abbey,
London
Daughter of
James V
n/a
James VI
1603-1625
James I
of England
and Scotland
3
1566 Edinburgh Castle,
Scotland
1567-1603 1625 Theobalds Park,
Hertfordshire
Westminster Abbey,
London
Son of
Mary,
Queen of Scots
n/a

See House of Stuart


1603-1714 1

Notes
1. The burial place of James IV has never been proven.

2.
Mary, Queen of Scots was originally buried at Peterborough Cathedral, Northamptonshire. In 1612 her son James I, had her body moved to Westminster Abbey.


3.
In 1603 James VI also became James I of England uniting the Scottish and English crowns. He was the 2x great grandson of Henry VII.

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