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On this day, March 24. 1953 ~ Demise of Queen Mary of Great Britain
Very much a grande dame. Wonderfully regal.

I had a chuckle at the imperious way she holds her pince-nez during the 1937 coronation (with Queen Maud?).

I think the rest of the family were incredibly reverential. If you notice carefully Queen Elizabeth kisses the hand of her mother in law even though at the time Elizabeth was The Queen (2.28).
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Some further information on the Funeral of Queen Mary on March 31st,1953 at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle .

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Some further information on the Funeral of Queen Mary on March 31st,1953 at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle .

Funeral of Queen Mary, 1953 | The Royal Watcher
Never seen that photo from inside St George's before. Thank you.
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Also nice to read that Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard of The Netherlands, Crown Prince Olav of Norway all attended the funeral.
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On this day, March 25, 1306 ~ Robert the Bruce crowned King of Scots at Scone, Scotland
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On this day, March 25, 1306 ~ Robert the Bruce crowned King of Scots at Scone, Scotland
Robert was crowned by William Lamberton,Bishop of St. Andrews on Palm Sunday,1306 at Scone Abbey .The Bishop was later captured by the English along with the Bishop of Glasgow and imprisoned in London but later released.

You can read more of the ruined abbey here

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March 26, 1031- birth of Malcolm III of Scotland.

Malcolm was the son of Duncan I of Scotland. His father did not assume the throne thought until Malcolm was two years old. Duncan inherited the throne from his maternal grandfather Malcolm II. Malcolm had no living sons so his throne passed to the sons of his daughter Bethoc. His father was Crinan, a lay monk. Duncan was the Duncan of Macbeth fame. Nothing is known of Malcom's mother other then her Gaelic name was Suthen. There is suggestion she may have been a relative of Siward, earl of Northumbria. Some historians thought daughter or niece, but time line wise it more likely (if the stories of her heritage are true which not much proof), she was Siward's sister. He was said to have a sister Sibylle which would translate to Suthen in Gaelic.

Duncan was killed in 1040, when Malcolm was only 9 years old, by Macbeth. Donaldbane was 8. It is unclear where Malcolm and his brother were during the 17 year reign of Macbeth. Some believe that Malcolm was sent to the court of Edward the Confessor, while Donaldbane accompanied his mother to the Isles. Others say that both Malcolm and Donaldbane went with their mother to the court of Thorfinn Sigurdsson, Earl of Orkney. The earl was a long time enemy of Macbeth, and family. Thorfinn was Duncan's first cousin, both grandsons of Malcolm II. While Duncan was a son of Bethoc, his eldest daughter, Thorfin was the son of her younger sister Olith. Thorfinn had his own claim to the throne after the young princes.

In 1057 Malcolm defeated Macbeth in battle. Macbeth was succeeded by his stepson Lulach but Lulach was killed by Malcolm in April 1058. Malcom was crowned king some time around April 25, 1058.

His first marriage was to Ingibiorg Finnsdottir. She was the widow of Thorffin who had died in 1065. She was mother to one, probably two, of his sons. Duncan II of Scotland, and likely a son named Domnall who is reported to have died in 1085. She likely died in 1069. Their marriage secured peace for Malcolm both in the North and West.

His second marriage was to St. Margaret of Scotland. Margaret was the daughter of Edward the exile, son of King Edmund the Ironside. Margaret had come to Scotland with her brother Edgar when they sough asylum. They gave their sons names common in her family. William the Conqueror was not steady on the throne during the birth of their earlier sons, and naming her sons for her relatives who had been on the throne, was a clear sign. The later sons names shifted away from that, likely as William was now secure.

During the reign of William's son Duncan marched south. He ravished Northumbria along the way. When he was returning back to Scotland, he was ambushed by Alnwick by the Earl of Northumberland. He was killed by the steward of Bamburgh castle. His son Edward unfortunately was mortally wounded, and Queen Margaret died soon after from the loss.

He was originally buried at Tynemouth abbey, but during the reign of his son Alexander he was moved to Dunfermline Abbey. Margaret was eventually buried near him after she was canonized.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dunfermline_Abbey

His children with Ingiborg:
-Duncan: succeeded his father as Duncan II. He married Ethelreda, daughter of Gospatrick of Nortumbria. Though he had a son William, he was succeeded by his Uncle Donaldbane (Donald III). Donaldbane had taken the throne when his brother died, but Duncan had invaded with armies including those of his father in law and had taken power. But he was killed in 1094 and Donaldbane reclaimed the throne.

and possibly though not much record on either
-Domnall/Malcolm who died in 1085
-Donald died in 1094


Children by Margaret
-Edward: died with his father in 1093. (named for grandfather Edward the exile)
-Edmund:(named for his great-grandfather Edmund Ironside) He had gone with Duncan to the court of William Rufus when their father died. He helped him claim the throne from Donaldbane, but he later turned around and backed his Uncle. In 1097 his Uncle Edgar (Margaret's brother) invaded Scotland over throwing Donaldbane once again and installing his nephew and namesake Edgar on the throne. Edmund was mutilated and imprisoned, dying in 1099.
-Ethelred (named for his great-great grandfather Ethelred the unready) was a lay abbot. He was with his mother when she died. When his Uncle usurped the throne, Ethelred stole his mother's body and using the cover of fog, managed to take it away to the abbey for burial. He died soon after and was buried at St Andrews.
-Edgar (last son named for their mother's English kingly family, he was named for his maternal uncle). With the help of his namesake, he claimed the throne and became King Edgar in 1097, reigning for ten years. He had not married. His successor was named at the time of his coronation as his younger brother Alexander.
-Alexander: unlike his older brothers he was not named for his English relatives, but for Pope Alexander II. He became King Alexander I in 1107 after Edgar died. He was married to Sibylla of Normandy who he was devoted to but unfortunately they had no children.
-Edith: also known as Mathilda. Robert Curthose (son of William the conqueror) and his mother Matilda served as her godparents. Matilda married Henry I who was son/brother of her godparents. Having spent much of her life in a convent there was some concern she was a nun. She had two children, her daughter becoming Empress Matilda.
-Mary like her sister there was concern she had been a nun as well. Henry arranged a marriage for her to Eustace III, Count of Boulogne. They had a daughter Matilda. Matilda would succeed her father was Countess. She later married Stephen of Blois, who was Henry's successor. It brought Matilda's husband into conflict with her cousin Empress Matilda. While Stephen remained king, it was Empress Matilda's son who succeeded him, not Mary's grandchildren. Matilda of Boulogne was succeeded by two sons, and eventually her daughter and mother's name sake Mary.
-David: succeeded his brother Alexander in 1124 as David I. He was married to Maud, Countess of Huntingdon. She had 3 children from a prior marriage including Saint Waltheof. Maud bore David four children. His only son to reach adulthood died a year before him, Henry. David was succeeded by his grandson Malcolm IV, a son of Henry and his wife Ada de Warrenne. They were also the parents of William the Lion.
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Mary, Queen of Scots had a one time the relics salvaged of St Margaret in her possession from Dunfermline Abbey which had been sacked by Calvinists in March 1560.

The relics then passed to the Scottish College, Douai, France but were lost during the French Revolution.
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On this day, March 28, 1965 ~ Demise of Mary, Princess Royal, Countess of Harewood
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Mary was actually the last of her names. Born during the reign of her great-grandmother she was not surprisingly actually Victoria.

Born April 25, 1897 she was born at York cottage on Sandringham. At the time of her birth her parents were Duke and Duchess of York, her grandparents were the Prince and Princess of Wales. She was the 3rd child of six, and only daughter born to the future King George V and Queen Mary.

She was named Victoria Alexandra Alice Mary. Victoria was of course for the Queen. Alexandra and Mary were for her grandmothers, Alexandra of Denmark and Mary Adelaide of Teck (for whom her mother was also named). Alice was in honor of her great-aunt Alice, Grand duchess of Hesse and by the Rhine. Alice who was a younger sister of Mary's grandfather, had shared a birthday with the new princess so they chose to include her name.

She was baptized at St Mary Magalene's church near Sandringham. Many royals were baptized there including George VI, Charlotte and Eugenie. Her godparents were Victoria, George I of Greece (her paternal great-Uncle, he was the younger brother of Alexandra), the dowager empress of Russia (her great-aunt, Alexandra's sister Dagmar), Her paternal grandparents (future Edward VII and Alexandra), her maternal grandmother (Mary of Teck), her paternal aunt Victoria of Wales, and her maternal uncle Francis of Teck.

Mary shared some of her lessons with her brothers, and learned to speak French and German fluently. She was passionate about horses and racing. She would serve as the Master of the Bramham Moor hunt.

Princess Mary was active in charity work. In WWI she accompanied her mother to visit hospitals and service men. She started the Princess Mary Christmas fund which raised 100,000 worth of gifts for servicemen. She went on to take a nursing program at Great Ormond street hospital and she worked two days a week.She was involved in raising money for the Leeds infirmiry where she worked with ancestors of Kate. She was also very involved with the girl guides association.She was the first patron of the Not forgotten society for veterans, and hosted a Christmas lunch for them.

In 1922 she married Henry Lascelles, Viscount Lascelles. Henry was the eldest son of Henry Lascelles, 5th Earl of Harewood and Lady Florence Bridgeman. They were married at Westminster abbey. Lady Elizabeth Bowes-lyon was a bridesmaid, the first royal event she took part in.

The couple split their time between two homes, Cheterfield house (now torn down) and Goldsborough Hall which was part of the estate of Harewood Hall. Goldsborough was sold in 1952 for a school. Harewood Hall was the home of the Earl, and Goldsborough was considered the home in waiting. The home is now controlled by a trust.

They had two sons:

-George Lascelles, 7th Earl of Harewood who died in 2011. He was married twice. By his first wife Marion he had three sons, David, James and Jeremy. And by his second wife he had one Mark.

*David is the current earl, and had three children from his first marriage. His daughter Emily worked on many movies including LOTR trilogy. His heir is his youngest son Alexander, as his oldest two were born out of wedlock. Alexander's son was also born out of wedlock

*James is a musician. He has four children, 2 each from each of his first two marriages and four stepchildren from his current wife.

*Jeremy was a musician and played in a band with James for years. He also was CEO of Chrysallis music until 2012. He is now visiting professor at Leeds University of Music. He has been married twice and has four children, 3 from his first wife and one from his second marriage. He has 3 grandchildren.

*Mark has been married twice and has three children with his first wife.


-Gerald Lascelles: he died in 1998. Edward VIII and the queen mum were his godparents.He was president of the British racing drivers club until 1991. He was married twice and had two sons, one from each of his marriages.

*Henry who has been married twice and has one son from his first marriage.
*Martin has a son Alexander from his marriage. And a daughter Georgina from a relationship with a singer.



Mary was very close to her brother Edward. When he was forced to abdicate she and her husband went to stay with him in Vienna. She refused to attend the wedding of Elizabeth and Philip. Officially because she was ill, but in truth because she was angered her brother had not been invited to attend. When he was in the UK later for eye surgery, she visited him, and met his wife. It was one of the few times Wallis would interact with the royal family after her marriage to Edward (they had been married for 28 years then).


After her husband died in 1947, she continued living at Harewood House with her eldest son and his family. She attended the coronation of her niece and made trips abroad for the queen.


Sadly Mary died from a massive heart attack while taking a walk with her son and her grandchildren at Harewood House. She was buried in her husband's family vault at All Saints Church in Harewood, and had a small funeral at York cathedral. A memorial was later held at Westminster.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/All_Sa...urch,_Harewood

Mary lived during the reign of six monarchs: Victoria (great-grandmother), Edward VII (grandfather), George V (father), Edward VIII (brother), George VI (brother) and Elizabeth II (niece).
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Footage of the guests arriving at the funeral of Funeral of Mary Princess Royal, Countess Harewood at All Saints church in Harewood.

In attendance ,Princess Marina,Dowager Duchess of Kent ,The Duke and Duchess of Kent,Princess Margaret,Lord Snowdon,The Queen Mother,The Prince of Wales and the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh.

Later footage shows Memorial Service at Westminster Abbey

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On this day, March 28, 1884 ~ Demise of Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany
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March 29, 500 AD. Believed to be the death of Saint Gwynllyw Milwr or Gwynllyw Farfog.

His story is part legend, part historical. He is considered the patron saint of the city of New Port, Wales. The New Port cathedral was said to have been founded by him. It is also known as St Woolos cathedral, which an English corruption of his Welsh name. In England he was known as Woolos the warrior and Woolos the bearded.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newport_Cathedral

He was the father of a much more revered Welsh Saint, Saint Cadoc
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cadoc


He was a welsh king, the son of King Glywys. His mother was said to be a granddaughter of Cunedda. His father's lands were divided between his sons when he died but Gwynllyw inherited the largest portion and was over lord to his brothers. He was known be quite a warrior and attacked many of his neighboring kingdoms. Legend said he came in contact with King Arthur.

Saint Petroc, patron saint of Devon is said to be one of his brothers.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Petroc
The mother of his children was his wife Gladys was a daughter of Brychan, King of Brycheiniog. Legend had it that Arthur had to intercede when a battle almost erupted over his wish to marry Gladys. Historians report though that the marriage was achieved peacefully. Gladys was also a Saint,

Cadoc was one of seven children and not the only saint among them. The others were:

-Saint Cynidr
-Saint Bugi who was father of Saint Bono
-Saint Cyfyw- she is considered a pre-congregational Saint
-Saint Maches-pre-congregational saint
-Gladys
-Saint Egwine

It seems the couple and 6 out of 7 of their children were saints, at least pre-congregational saints.

inspired by his son Cadoc, he gave up his life as a warrior and sough a life of peace to atone for his sins. His wife Gladys accompanied him when he became a religious hermit. Eventually they moved apart and Gladys would found her own hermitage.

March 29 is the day assigned to his death, but what year is uncertain, possibly either 500 or 523. He died with son Cadoc by his side and Saint Dubric who administered his last rites. New Port cathedral is said to be built on the spot where his hermit cell was located, and where a shrine was built.

His veneration seems to have come from miracles of vengeance. A fleet of Vikings were destroyed after they plundered his church. Harold Godwinson was said to have plundered the church just before the Battle of Hastings, and his defeat there was seen as justice for his plundering.

He had quite the cult following not only with the Welsh, but actually both the Normans and Saxons who came through the area.
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On this day, March 28, 1884 ~ Demise of Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany
Sadly the Duke died before the birth of his son,Prince Charles Edward 2nd Duke of Albany who was born in July of that year.
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On this day, March 30, 1231 ~ The wedding of Richard, Earl of Cornwall, the son of King John, and Lady Isabella Marshall at Fawley Church in Buckinghamshire, England
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March 30,2002: Sadly it is the 18th anniversary of the passing of the Queen Mum. Dying at 101 and 238 days she was the longest living member of the royal family at the time of her death. That record was broken in 2004 by Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester who died at 102.

She died at royal lodge, now home of Prince Andrew, with Elizabeth at her side.

The queen mum grew camellias, and before her coffin was taken to Westminster hall for the laying in state, a bouquet of flowers from her garden were laid on it. Over 200,000 people filed through the hall in the three days she lay there. Traditionally the household guard stood guard at the four corners during this period. But at one point her four grandsons, Charles, Andrew, Edward and David Linley, took up guard.

Only seven weeks prior her daughter Margaret had died from a series of strokes and cardiac issues on February 9th. Margaret had died 3 days after the 50th anniversary of the death of George VI. Margaret was buried on the 50th anniversary of her father's funeral. Margaret and the Queen Mum would be interred with George VI.

A million people lined the streets on the day of her funeral at Westminster cathedral. And after the wreath from her coffin was laid on the tomb of the unknown soldier, by her request, as she had done with her wedding bouquet.

Royals and political figures from all over the world came to her funeral including Laura Bush and Bernadette Chirac, first ladies of France and USA. Her son in law Philip, Charles, Andrew, Edward, Anne, Tim, David Lindley, William and Harry, Peter Philips, Daniel Chatto, the Dukes of Kent and Gloucester, and Prince Michael of Kent all took part in the procession. As did some male members of the Bowes-Lyon family.





She was survived (at the time of her death) by one daughter, 6 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren (6 from Elizabeth and 3 from Margaret). Sadly her granddaughter in law Serena Lindley was seven months pregnant at the time of her death with Margaret's youngest grandchild. Margarita was named in honor of both her grandmother and great-grandmother, both of whom died while her mother was pregnant with her. Louise and James were of course not born until 2004 and 2007.
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On this day, March 30, 1231 ~ The wedding of Richard, Earl of Cornwall, the son of King John, and Lady Isabella Marshall at Fawley Church in Buckinghamshire, England
The Lady Isabel Marshal was the second daughter, of William Marshal, Earl of Pembroke and Isabel de Clare.Her great grandfather was the the deposed King of Leinster .

The marriage of Richard of Cornwall to Isabella of Gloucester from a 13th Century manuscript.

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On this day, March 31, 1359 ~ Birth of Philippa of Lancaster, the daughter of John of Gaunt

On this day, March 31, 1373 ~ Birth of Catherine of Lancaster, Queen of Castile, the daughter of John of Gaunt
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On this day, March 31, 1359 ~ Birth of Philippa of Lancaster, the daughter of John of Gaunt

On this day, March 31, 1373 ~ Birth of Catherine of Lancaster, Queen of Castile, the daughter of John of Gaunt
Both half sisters both became queen consorts

Philippa of Lancaster
Queen Consort of Portugal : 1387-1415



Catherine of Lancaster
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Catherine was the paternal grandmother of Queen Isabella of Castile while Philippa was her maternal great-grandmother. Isabella of course was the mother of Henry VIII's first wife Catherine of Aragon.

Philippa was also the great-grandmother of Emperor Maximilian I as well as his first wife Mary of Burgundy.
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