Margaret, Maid of Norway (9 April 1283 – 26 September 1290) was a Norwegian princess who reigned as Queen of Scots from 1286 until her death. Her death while ...
Margaret, Maid of Norway: Facts. Known for: heir to the Scottish crown in her own right; had she lived, she could have been the first uncontested queen ...
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When Alexander III died unexpectedly without a male heir, his Granddaughter, the young Margaret ‘the Maid of Norway’ was to become Queen of Scots.
Birth: Apr., 1283: Death: Sep. 26, 1290: Queen of Scotland. Daughter of King Eric II of Norway and Margaret, daughter of Alexander III of Scotland.
Margaret was called Queen but was never crowned. She was known as Lady of Scotland, Margaret of Scotland and the Maid of Norway. The story of her life is very ...
1286 . Margaret, Maid of Norway, inherits the throne from her grandfather Alexander . 1290 . Margaret dies in the Orkneys en route from Norway to Scotland.
Margaret Maid of Norway, 1283–90, queen of Scotland , daughter of Eric II of Norway and granddaughter of Alexander III of Scotland. In 1284
Biography of Margaret, Maid of Norway, Queen of Scotland on Undiscovered Scotland.
Margaret Maid of Norway, 1283–90, queen of Scotland (1286–90), daughter of Eric II of Norway and granddaughter of Alexander III Alexander III,