Stuart, Henry

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Stuart or Stewart, Henry:

see Darnley, Henry Stuart, LordDarnley, Henry Stuart or Stewart, Lord,
1545–67, second husband of Mary Queen of Scots and father of James I of England (James VI of Scotland).
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But when he tells Henry Stuart that she is a poor woman with no pedigree, the former retorts that such a person cannot be the true wife of a nobleman, thus Leslie must marry or die as a criminal.
Predecessor: James V of Scotland Successor: James VI Regent: James Hamilton, 2nd Earl of Arran and Mary of Guise Queen Consort of France: July 10 1559 - December 5 1560 Spouse: Francis II of France (1558-1560); Henry Stuart Lord Darnley (1565-1567); James Hepburn 4th Earl of Bothwell (1567-1578).
I greatly admire Ercole Consalvi, not least because he was a great friend of Cardinal Henry Stuart who, had it not been for Parliament insisting on a Protestant succession, would have been King Henry IX of England.
But four years after she arrived, she made the first of many missteps by marrying her handsome cousin Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley, in the now-ruined Holyroodhouse chapel.
An inquest at Oxford's Old Assizes was told how passengers witnessed Willis, of Oxford Bus Company, chatting with a passenger, fellow bus driver Henry Stuart, moments before the death on May 26, 2004.
His bail has been extended to July 11 as he endures an anxious wait to see if he faces charges of causing death by dangerous driving Pensioner Henry Stuart Nelson, 81, died six weeks after the crash on March 3, suffering serious head and leg injuries.
The pedestrian, Henry Stuart Nelson, 81, a retired merchant seaman from the Elm Park area, was crossing the road near Boundary Lane.
MacRobert's book concerns what Hans Villius has described as "the most frequently discussed event in the history of Scotland," namely the murder of Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley, the second husband of Mary, Queen of Scots.
One of the most controversial events in her life was the murder of her second husband, Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley, in 1567.
Marion Parker, Helen Peach, Paul Shughart, Henry Stuart, Helen Swab, John
Retired merchant seaman Henry Stuart Nelson, of Elm Park, was rushed to the Royal Liverpool Hospital where he died six days later.