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Lennox, Margaret Douglas, comtesse de

Record IDcnp01379396
URIhttp://thesaurus.cerl.org/record/cnp01379396
Genderfemale
Biographical Data1515 - 1578
Last Edit2020-05-27

General Note

Note de regroupement par domaine: Histoire de l'Europe (940).
Engl. Gräfin, Tochter von Archibald Douglas, Earl von Angus. Nichte von Henry VIII und Großmutter von James I und James VI; Countess of Lennox.

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Further Biographical Data1515-1578
Primary Language(s)English
ActivityPersonen der Geschichte (Politiker und historische Persönlichkeiten) (16.5p) (sswd)
Geographic NoteGreat Britain
GB (iso3166)
NationalityBritish

Related Entries

ParentMargarete, Schottland, Königin, 1489-1541, 1489-1541
Beziehung familiaer. -- Mutter
See alsoHeinrich, VIII., England, König, 1491-1547
Beziehung familiaer. -- Onkel

Names

HeadingLennox, Margaret Douglas, comtesse de
used in: Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris
Douglas, Margaret
used in: Personal Names Authority File (PND), Germany
Lennox, Margaret Douglas, Countess of
used in: British Library: English Short Title Catalogue - AACR2 Heading, London (United Kingdom)
Lennox, Margaret Douglas
used in: Personal Names Authority File (PND), Germany
Variant NameDouglas, Margaret, comtesse de Lennox
Douglas, Margaret, Countess of Lennox
Douglas Lennox, Margaret
Lennox, Margaret Stuart
Lennox, Margaret Stuart, Countess of
Lennox, Margarit Duglasis
Stuart, Margaret, Countess of Lennox
Stuart Lennox, Margaret

Sources

Found inEncycl. Britannica, 15th ed.. — Wikipedia. — CP u. Matthew (Stuart), Earl of Lennox and Lord Darnley=m. 1544.6.29 Margaret da. of Archibald (Douglas), Earl of Angus; she b. 1515.10.18, d. 1578.3.9 age 62. — LoC-NA. — Not found in: Britannica, Brockhaus
Imprint SourcesA biography of Margaret Douglas, Countess of Lennox (1515-1578) : niece of Henry VIII and mother-in-law of Mary, Queen of Scots/ Kimberly Schutte, 2002
S110448: A commemoration of the right noble and vertuous ladye, Margrit Duglasis good grace, Countis of Lennox, daughter to the renowmed and most excellent Princesse Margrit, Queene of Scotland, espowsed to King Iames the fourth, of that name ... wherin is rehearsed hir godly life, her constancy and perfit pacience, in time of infortune her godly end, [and] last farewel, taken of al noble estates at the howre of her death. The ninth day of March. 1577, 1578

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