James I (19 June 1566-27 March 1625), King of England

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Parents
Father:1Henry Stuart (7 December 1545-10 February 1566-7), King of Scots
Mother:2Mary (7 or 8 December 1542-8 February 1586-7), Queen of Scots
Spouses and relationship events
Married:324 November 1589Anna of Denmark (14 October 1574-2 March 1618-9)Oslo [city/town], Norway [country]
Children
Children with Anna of Denmark:
Henry Frederick Stuart (19 February 1593-4-6 November 1612), Prince of Wales4
Elizabeth Stuart (19 August 1596-13 February 1661-2)5
Margaret Stewart (24 December 1598-in infancy)6
Charles I (19 November 1600-30 January 1648-9), King of England and Scotland7
Robert Stuart (18 January 1602-27 May 1602)8
Mary Stuart (8 April 1605-16 December 1607)9
Sophia Stuart (22 June 1606-23 June 1606)10
Attributes
Occupation:111567-1625King of Scotland (as James VI)
Occupation:12from 24 March 1602-3 until 1625King of England
Events
Born:1319 June 1566Edinburgh Castle [building], Edinburgh [city/town], Edinburghshire (Midlothian) [county], Scotland [country], United Kingdom [country]
Died:1427 March 1625
Personal Info
He was crowned as king of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland 28 July 1603 in Westminster Abbey.15
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Sources

1 Sir James Balfour Paul, Lord Lyon King of Arms, The Scots Peerage Founded on Wood's Edition of Sir Robert Douglas's Peerage of Scotland Containing an Historical and Genealogical Account of the Nobility of that Kingdom, Volume I: (: David Douglas, 1904), Scotland, p. 25-26, Mary.
2 Ibid
3 Sir James Balfour Paul, Lord Lyon King of Arms, The Scots Peerage Founded on Wood's Edition of Sir Robert Douglas's Peerage of Scotland Containing an Historical and Genealogical Account of the Nobility of that Kingdom, Volume I: (: David Douglas, 1904), Scotland, p. 26-28, James VI.
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