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|Born||19 Jun 1566||Born At|
|Died||27 Mar 1625||Buried At|
|Father||Henry (Lord Darnley)||Mother||Mary (Stuart, Queen of Scotland)|
Family Tree Details
|Father:||Henry (Lord Darnley) (b.1546 - d.1567)|
|Mother:||Mary (Stuart, Queen of Scotland) (b.1542 - d.1587)|
James (VI of Scotland, 1567-1625, from 1603 James I of England) (b.1566 - d.1625)
+Anne (of Denmark, Queen Consort of Scotland) (b.1574 - d.1619) =Henry Frederick (Prince of Wales) (b.1594 - d.1612) =Elizabeth (Queen Consort of Bohemia) (b.1596 - d.1662) | +Frederick (V Elector Palatine) (b.1596 - d.1632) | =Rupert (Prince, count Palatine of the Rhine) (b.1619 - d.1682) | =Maurice (Prince of the Rhine) (b.1621 - d.1652) =Charles (I, King of England and Scotland 1625-1649) (b.1600 - d.1649) +Henrietta Maria (Queen of England) =Charles (II, King of England 1660-1685) (b.1630 - d.1685) =Mary (Princess Royal, Daughter of Charles I) (b.1631 - d.1660) =James (II, King of England, VII of Scotland) (b.1633 - d.1701) =Elizabeth (Princess) (b.1635 - )
James the son of Mary Queen of Scots and Henry Stuart Lord Darnley was born at Edinbugh Castle.
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.
King Charles I became the first person to succeed to the crown of both England and Scotland. His father James VI the King of Scotland from 1567 and later James I King of England from 1603. James was buried at Westminster Abbey.