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James I [STUART], King of Scotland
Joan BEAUFORT
Husband:  James STUART
Birth:  Dec 1394, Dumferline, Fifeshire, Scotland
Death:  21 Feb 1436/7, Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
Disposition:  buried Charter House, Perth, Perthshire, Scotland 
Father:  Robert III [STUART], King of Scotland
Mother:  Annabella DRUMMOND
Marriage:  2 Feb 1423/4, St. Marys, Overy, Southwark, Surrey, England
Wife:  Joan BEAUFORT
Birth:  ca. 1406, of Westminster, Middlesex, England
Death:  15 Jul 1445, Dunbar Castle, Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland
Father:  John "Fairborn" BEAUFORT, desc. of Edward III, King of England; Charles I, King of France; and so on...
Mother:  Margaret DE HOLAND, desc. of Edward I, King of England; Phillipe III, King of France; and so on...
Children:
1.  Margaret STUART, b. 1424
2.  Isabella Elizabeth STUART, b. 1426 
3.  Joan/Janet STUART, b. 1428 
4.  Mary STUART, b. ca. 1429
5.  Alexander STUART, b. 16 Oct 1430
6.  James II [STUART], King of Scotland, b. 13 Oct 1430
7.  Annabell STUART, b. ca. 1432
8.  Eleanor STUART, b ca. 1434


Source:

1.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service: AF - Ancestral File (online at FamilySearch.org).  Note that no public submissions to the Ancestral File are accepted for the period prior to 1500.  All pre-1500 data in the Ancestral File are the result of research done by the LDS Medieval Studies Unit in Salt Lake City, UT.

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