Queen Margaret

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  • Jan 1, 1016

    Margarets father was born

    Margarets father was born
    Margaret's father Edward the Exile was born 1016
  • Jan 1, 1045

    She was born

    She was born
    Queen Margaret was born in 1045, in South Hungary.
  • Jan 1, 1066

    Margaret came to England

    Margaret came to England
    She came to England in 1066 when her uncle died. At the time Margaret's brother, Edgar Atheling, decided to make a claim to the English throne
  • Jan 1, 1066

    Margrets Father died

    Margrets Father died
    Margaret's father King Edward's died in 1066 he was buried in Westminster Abbey.
  • Jan 1, 1068

    Married Malcolm III

    Married Malcolm III
    Malcom III succeeded to the throne in 1058 then 10 year later in 1068-1070 married Margaret.
  • Jan 1, 1070

    Margaret had Edmund

    Margaret gave born to Edmund in 1070.
  • Jan 1, 1072

    Margaret had Ethelred

    Margaret gave birth to Ethelred in about 1072
  • Jan 1, 1074

    Margaret had Edgar

    Margaret gave birth to Edgar in 1074
  • Jan 1, 1078

    Margaret had Alexander

    Margaret had Alexander in 1078
  • Jan 1, 1080

    Margaret had Edith

    Margaret gave birth Edith who later change her name to matilda.
  • Jan 1, 1082

    Margaret had Mary

    Margaret gave birth to Mary in 1082.
  • Jan 1, 1085

    Margaret had David

    Margaret gave birth to David in 1085
  • Nov 13, 1093

    Malcolm III died

    Malcolm III died
    Queen Margaret's husband Malcolm died at Alnwick Castle on November 13, 1093.
  • Nov 16, 1093

    She died

    She died
    On the 16 November of 1093 she died at the age of 48. She died three days after her husband Malcolm III
  • Jun 19, 1259

    Margaret was canonized

    Margaret was canonized
    In 1250 Margaret was buried alongside Malcolm and canonized by Innocent IV. Her relics were also translated on 19 June, in Dunfermline Abbey
  • Jan 1, 1517

    Queen Mary in possessionof Margarets head.

    Queen Mary in possessionof Margarets head.
    During the Reformation Queen Margaret's head was passed into the possesion of Mary Queen of Scots. Where it was thought to have perished during the French Revolution.