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Female Matilda Huntingdon [Queen Scotland] Click to view Matilda Huntingdon [Queen Scotland] in the family tree

Matilda was born in 1072 in Huntington, Huntingdonshire, England.  Matilda's father was Waltheof II Earl Of Huntingdon & Waltheof 1St Earl Of Northumberland and her mother was [Countess] Judith Of Lens [Countess].  Her paternal grandparents were Danish Earl Of Northumbria Siward Biornsson Northumberland Danish Earl Of Northumbria and [Countess Of Nor Aelfled (Elfleda) Of Bernicia [Countess Of Nor; her maternal grandparents were Count Of Lens Lambert Of Boulogne Count Of Lens and Adeliza Of Normandy Countess Of Normandy Countess Of Aumale/Aumale. She had three sisters named Alice, Daughter Of and Judith Of. She had a half-brother named Waldelf.  She died at the age of 59 on April 23rd, 1131 in Scotland.  She was buried in 1130 in Scone, Perthshire, England.

Matilda's first family with Simon I De St. Liz Earl Huntington & Northampton/Saint Senlis

‌Matilda and Simon I De were married in a religious ceremony in 1089 in Huntingdonshire, England.  They had two sons and three daughters, named Waltheof De, Simon II De, Maud Matilda, Adelicia De and Maud.

Matilda's second family with King David I "The Saint" Of Scotland King

‌Matilda and David I "The Saint" Of were married in a religious ceremony in 1113 in 2ND Husband.  They had four sons and two daughters, named Child Prince Of, Henry Earl Of, Malcolm Prince Of, David Earl Of, Claricia Princess Of and Hodierna Princess Of.

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