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    Mary Princess of Van Borsselen (geboren Scotland)<br>Geslacht: Vrouw<br>Geboorte: Ongeveer 1429 - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland<br>Huwelijk: Van 1444 - Kstl Sandenburch, Veere, Zealand, Nethersland<br>Overlijden: 20 mrt 1465 - Kstl Sandenburch, Veere, Zeeland, Netherlands<br>Begrafenis: Groote Kerk, Veere, Zeeland, Netherlands&;lt;br>Adellijke titel: Princess - Scotland<br>Er schijnt een probleem te zijn met de verwanten van deze persoon. Bekijk deze persoon op FamilySearch om deze informatie te bekijken.<br>  Aanvullende informatie:

    LifeSketch: Mary Stewart, Countess of Buchan (1434/35 – 20 March 1465) was the fifth daughter of James I of Scotland and Lady Joan Beaufort. She married Wolfert VI of Borselen, a Zeelander nobleman and lived in the Netherlands until her death in 1465. She had two children who died young.arried Wolfert VI van Borselen in Veere, Zeeland, Netherlands. He was the son of Hendrick van Borselen, Count of Grandpré and Jean van Halewyn. The marriage stimulated commercial relations between Scotland and the Low Countries.death, her husband married Charlotte de Bourbon, daughter of Louis I, Count of Montpensier. Their daughter Anna married a grandson of Philip the Goodof Buchan (before 1428 [sic] – 20 March 1465) was the fifth [sic-fourth] daughter of James I of Scotland and Lady Joan Beaufort. She married Wolfert VI of Borselen, a Zeelander nobleman and lived in the Netherlands until her death in 1465. She had two children who died young.and. Her sisters married into various European royal dynasties. Her sister Margaret became the dauphine of France, but died childless at age 20, apparently of fever. Her sister Isabella became the duchess of Brittany and had two daughters. Another sister, Eleanor, married a Habsburg archduke and lived in Austria, but died without offspring. Her sister Joan, a deaf-mute, stayed in Scotland and married a Scottish earl, leaving four children, and her youngest sister, Annabella, was twice married and twice divorced and had children with her second husband, a Scottish earl.married Wolfert VI van Borselen in Veere, Zeeland, Netherlands. He was the son of Hendrick van Borselen, Count of Grandpré and Jean van Halewyn. The marriage stimulated commercial relations between Scotland and the Low Countries. Grandpre. He was also called the Earl of Buchan.re, Zeeland. title of Buchan was eventually conferred, in 1469, on her half-brother James Stewart (her mother's son by her second marriage), who was called the 1st Earl of Buchan./en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Stewart,_Countess_of_Buchan
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