James (VI of Scotland, 1567-1625, from 1603 James I of England)

 Born  19 Jun 1566   Born At  
 Died  27 Mar 1625   Buried At  
 Father  Henry (Lord Darnley)   Mother  Mary (Stuart, Queen of Scotland)
James was the son of Mary, Queen of Scots and Henry Lord Darnley. Both Mary and Henry were descended from Margaret Tudor, the sister of Henry VIII.

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YearMonthAgeEvent
Early Modern Period (1500-1800)
1566 Jun 19  Birth of the James the future King of England
 James was the son of Mary, Queen of Scots and Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley. He was born at Edinbugh Castle. 
1617   51yrsJames I travels to Scotland
 On his journey to Scotland King James I visited Warkworth Castle. He found it in a state of disrepair and there were sheep and goats living within the rooms.[1] 
1625 Mar 27  59yrsCharles I becomes King of England
 Charles became the first person to succeed to the crown of both England and Scotland. His father James was King of Scotland (James VI) from 1567 and later King of England (James I) from 1603. James was buried at Westminster Abbey. 

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