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Female Queen Matilda (orig. Eadgyth) Princess Scotland Click to view Queen Matilda (orig. Eadgyth) Princess Scotland in the family tree

Matilda (orig. Eadgyth) Princess was born about 1079 in Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland.  Matilda (orig. Eadgyth) Princess' father was King Malcom III Scotland and her mother was Saint Margaret of England.  Her paternal grandparents were Duncan I Of Scotland King and Queen Sybil FITZSIWARD; her maternal grandparents were Edward the Atheling "the Exile" and Agatha. She had five brothers and two sisters, named Edward Prince of, Edmund Prince of, Ethelred of, Alexander I, David I "The Saint" King, Princess of Scotland and Mary. She had five half-brothers and two half-sisters, named Duncan II, Malcolm Prince of, Donald Prince of, Edgar, David I "the, Daughter Princess of and Matilda "Atheling" Princess Of.  She died in 1083 in Westminster, Middlesex, England.  She was buried in June 1118 in Church of St Pet, Westminster, Middlesex, England.

Matilda (orig. Eadgyth) Princess' family with King Henry I "Beauclerc" Of England

‌Matilda (orig. Eadgyth) Princess and Henry I were married in a religious ceremony on November 11th, 1100 in Westminster, Abbey, Middlesex, England.  They had three sons and two daughters, named Child, William "Atheling" Prince, Richard Prince Of, Princess of England and Matilda (Maud) Princess.

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