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 James I of England - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
James died in 1625 of ague, probably brought upon by kidney failure and stroke, and was buried in the Henry VII Lady Chapel in Westminster Abbey.
James sought to remain in the favour of the unmarried Queen of England, as he was a potential successor to her Crown; his mother was the granddaughter of Margaret Tudor (Elizabeth I's aunt).
James faced a Roman Catholic uprising in 1588, and was forced to reconcile with the Church of Scotland, at length agreeing to the repeal of the Black Acts in 1592.
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 James Francis Edward Stuart - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
James Francis Edward Stuart married Maria Clementina Sobieska (1702-1735), granddaughter of the Polish king, John III Sobieski.
Prince James Francis Edward Stuart or Stewart (June 10, 1688– January 1, 1766) was a claimant of the thrones of Scotland and England (September 16, 1701– January 1, 1766) who is more commonly referred to as The Old Pretender.
James died in Rome on January 1, 1766, and is buried in St.
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 james_ii_of_england.html
James II of England (James VII of Scotland), James Stuart, (October 14, 1633 - September 16, 1701), was a King of England, Scotland and Ireland.
James was responsible for the last major redevelopments at the Palace of Whitehall prior to its destruction by fire.
James continued to reign in Ireland until the Battle of the Boyne on July 1, 1690.
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 Anne of Great Britain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Amongst those who were omitted were the son of James II (James Francis Edward Stuart), the King of France (Louis XV), two future Kings of Spain and a future Holy Roman Emperor.
Anne was the second daughter of James, Duke of York, (afterwards James II) and his first wife, the Lady Anne Hyde (daughter of Edward Hyde, 1st Earl of Clarendon, an important politician).
(This was not an unrealistic worry: most of family was killed by smallpox shortly before his death, leaving the five-year-old Louis XV on the throne.) England had also been angered by Louis XIV's proclamation of James Stuart, the Old Pretender, as "James III of England" following the death of James II.
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 James II of England - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He was replaced not by his Roman Catholic son, James Francis Edward, but by his Protestant daughter and son-in-law, Mary II and William III, who became joint Sovereigns.
Cardinal Stuart, being a clergyman of the Roman Catholic Church, did not marry; thus, he died in 1807 as the last of James II's descendants.
James, the second surviving son of Charles I and Henrietta Maria of France, was born at St.
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 AllRefer.com - James Francis Edward Stuart (British And Irish History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
James Francis Edward Stuart 1688–1766, claimant to the British throne, son of James II and Mary of Modena; called the Old Pretender.
After an abortive invasion of Scotland in 1708, James served in the French army at the battles of Oudenarde and Malplaquet, but in the Treaty of Utrecht (1713) Louis XIV was obliged to recognize the succession of the house of Hanover to the English throne, and James was forced to leave France.
He was brought up in France and on his father's death (1701) was recognized there as James III of England.
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 History of the Monarchy > The Jacobite Claimants > Prince James
Prince James Francis Edward Stuart, 'The Old Pretender'.
James Francis Edward, the son of James VII and II and his second (Roman Catholic) wife Mary of Modena, was born on 10 June 1688, long after everyone had given up hope of the queen bearing a living son.
James' friends were desperate for him to marry and have sons, and so in 1719 he took as his wife the Polish princess, Clementina Sobieska.
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 World Book House of Stuart
James VI of Scotland, the son of Mary, Queen of Scots, became king of England and Ireland at the death of his third cousin, Queen Elizabeth I, in 1603.
The Stuarts were kings and queens of Scotland from 1371 to 1603, and of England and Scotland from 1603 to 1649 and 1660 to 1714.
House of Stuart was a royal family of England and Scotland.
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 William III of England - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Furthermore, Louis XIV alienated William III by recognising James Francis Edward Stuart — the son of the former King James II, who had died in 1701 — as King of England.
Meanwhile, in England, James II's second wife, Mary of Modena, bore a son (James Francis Edward), who displaced William's wife to become first in the line of succession.
The Scottish Jacobites— those who believed that James II was the legitimate monarch — won a stunning victory on 27 July 1689 at the Battle of Killiecrankie, but were nevertheless subdued within a month.
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 James III and VIII
James Francis Edward Stuart was born June 10 (O.S.), June 20 (N.S.), 1688, at St. James's Palace in London.
James continued to reside in France until 1713 when, in response to the Congress of Utrecht he moved to Bar-le-Duc, at that time in the independent Duchy of Lorraine.
James died in the Palazzo Muti (now Palazzo Balestra) in Rome, January 1, 1766, when he was succeeded in all his British rights by his elder son Charles.
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 Charles Edward Stuart/Bonnie Prince Charlie
The son of James Francis Edward Stuart and grandson of James II of England, Charles Edward was born December 31, 1720, in Rome.
Charles Edward persisted in his determination to drive George II from the British throne, however, and in 1745 he arrived in Scotland, where a number of Highland clans came to his assistance.
Stuart, Charles Edward, called The Young Pretender, The Young Chevalier, and Bonnie Prince Charlie (1720-88), claimant to the British throne who led the Scottish Highland army in the Forty-five Rebellion.
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 Bonnie Prince Charlie
Charles Edward Stuart (Bonnie Prince Charlie, The Young Pretender, The Young Chevalier) was born in Rome on December 31, 1720 to James Francis Edward Stuart and his bride, the daughter of the Polish King.
James II had been chased out of England and Scotland by William of Orange and his wife Mary, who also happened to be James' daughter.
James was also known, unofficially at least, as King James III, but like his son Charles, James never spent a single day on the throne of England and Scotland.
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 FIFTEENTH GENERATION
James Francis Edward STUART was born in 1688 in England (aka James the Old Pretender).
HENRY BENEDICT Cardinal STUART Duke of York was born in 1725 in England (Cardinal York) - son of James III.
Maria Clementina SOBIESKI Princess was born in 1702 in Poland -- grdtr King of Poland.
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 Portrait of Prince James Francis Edward Stuart 1717
Although James appointed him to be the Prince’s painter in 1718, the fact that he was favoured by the Prince’s private secretary David Nairne offended the Prince’s Secretary of State the titular Duke of Mar, who advanced the less competent Italian Francesco Trevisani in his stead.
David’s patronage by the Stuarts in exile was not assured, however, despite his suitability as a painter.
By May James was at Rome, where he encountered the painter Antonio David, who enjoyed the patronage of the papal court.
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 Succession
Francis II *The elder daughter of King James II and VII who was married to William of Orange and styled herself Mary II was not part of the de jure succession, her father and brother being alive at the time.
Bronze statue of Prince Charles Edward Stuart at Derby by Anthony Stones to commemorate the advance of the Prince's army to the City in December 1745.
After that date the Headship of the House of Stuart passed to the House of Savoy by virtue of its descent from Henrietta-Anne (1644-1670), daughter of King Charles I, and her husband Philippe, Duke of Orléans.
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 Chapter Preston <i>to</i> Prince of Life of P by Brewer's Readers Handbook
Pretender (The Young), prince Charles Edward Stuart, son of James Francis Edward Stuart (called “The Old Pretender&;).
James Francis was the son of James II., and Charles Edward was that king& grandson.—Sir W. Scott: Waverley (time, George II.).
Charles Edward was defeated at Culloden in 1746, and escaped to the Continent.
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 Charles Edward Louis Philip Casimir Stuart, Prince Biography / Biography of Charles Edward Louis Philip Casimir Stuart, Prince Biography Biography
Charles Edward Stuart was born in Rome on Dec. 31, 1720, the eldest son of James Francis Edward Stuart, commonly styled the Old Pretender.
Prince Charles Edward Louis Philip Casimir Stuart (1720-1788), called the Young Pretender and Bonnie Prince Charlie, was the last member of the Stuart line to prosecute actively the Stuart claim to the English and Scottish thrones.
Perhaps the most reliable is James C. Hadden, Prince Charles Edward (1913).
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 James Edward Stuart, the old Pretender (1688-1766)
James Edward took ship for France on 4 February 1715, and never returned to Britain, although another plot in his name was uncovered in 1722, and he provided money and support to his son, Charles Edward Stuart (the Young Pretender), for the Second Jacobite Revolt (the '45).
James Edward made preparations to travel to Scotland, but by the time he arrived, in late December, Mar had already been repulsed, and the revolt was in effect over.
Crowned as James III on the death of his father (1701).
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 NPG 976; Prince James Francis Edward Stuart; Princess Louisa Maria Theresa Stuart
Known as 'The Old Pretender', James Stuart was the only surviving son of James II and Mary of Modena.
Princess Louisa Maria Theresa Stuart (1692-1712), Daughter of James II.
James II commissioned this portrait of his children from Largillière when the family was living in exile.
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 James Stuart
James Francis Edward Stuart - Stuart or Stewart, James Francis Edward, 1688–1766, claimant to the British throne, son of...
Stuart, James, earl of Arran - Stuart or Stewart, James, earl of Arran, d.
Murray, James Stuart, 1st earl of - Murray or Moray, James Stuart, 1st earl of, 1531?–1570, Scottish nobleman.
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 James Sobieski - FreeEncyclopedia
Maria Clementina (July 18,1702 - January 24, 1735), married James Francis Edward Stuart (1688-1766), son of King James II of England (1633-1701)
James Sobieski was born on November 2, 1667 in Paris, France, the son of king John III of Poland and Marie Casimire Louise de la Grange d'Arquien[?].
James Louis Henry Sobieski (1667-1737), Crown Prince of Poland.
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 Art Critic London
After James III's marriage to the Polish princess Maria Clementina in 1719, the Stuart succession was assured by the births of Prince Charles (Bonnie Prince Charlie) and Prince Henry, the first an even more spectacular failure than his father and grandfather, the second one of the most influential cardinal-princes of the 18th-century church.
Subtitled "Portraits of the Stuarts in Exile after 1689", the exhibition focuses on the life of "James III of Great Britain" (the Old Pretender), one of a cast of glamorous royal characters whose adherence to Catholicism cost them the throne of England.
The future James III when still Prince of Wales as painted by de Largillière or de Troy is the quintessential image of what a prince should look like - even allowing for a degree of artistic flattery, his beauty and royal bearing still make you catch your breath.
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 FOURTEENTH GENERATION
King James II of ENGLAND Duke of York was born in 1633 in England (House of Stuart) son of Charles I. He was christened in 1660 in England- Duke of York return from exile.
James FITZ JAMES Duke of Berwick was born in 1670 in Moulins - natural son of James Duke of York.
Dtr of James Duke of YORK The Nun was born about 1666 in England- natural dtr of Arabella and James Duke of York.
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 Overview of James Francis Edward Stuart
James never returned to Scotland, instead heading an intrigue-ridden court in exile, and passed the baton to his son Prince Charles Edward Stuart (1720- 1788).
On the death of his father he became the focus of the Jacobite cause, and was recognised by France as King James III (of England).
Born in St. James Palace (London), the son of King James VII (1633 - 1701), who was deposed the following year.
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 Royal Genealogies Part 17
NOTES: Charles Edward Louis John Casimir Silvester Maria, later the Jacobite Charles III, known to posterity as "The Young Pretender" and "Bonnie Prince Charlie".
James convoked the Hampton Court Conference (1604) at which he authorized a new translation of the Bible, generally called the King James Version.
NOTES: Daughter of Prince James Louis Sobieski and granddaughter of John III King of Poland.
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 Parliament.aspx?id=10342&glossary=true
They included Scottish Highlanders who rose unsuccessfully under Claverhouse in 1689 and those in Scotland and Northern England who rose under the leadership of James Francis Edward Stuart the Old Pretender, in 1715.
A Jacobite was a supporter of the House of Stuart after the deposition of James II in 1688.
The Jacobites followed the Old Pretender's son, Charles Edward Stuart, in an invasion of England that got as far as Derby in 1745-46.
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 Am Baile - Prince Charles Edward Stuart
Prince Charles Edward Stuart (1720-1788) was the first son of James Francis Edward Stuart, the Old Pretender.
After his father's failed Jacobite rising of 1715, Charles Edward, or Bonnie Prince Charlie, led the Jacobite rising of 1745 in an attempt to reclaim the throne for the Stuart kings.
He was born in Rome, the grandson of James VII and II of Britain who had been deposed during the 'Glorious Revolution' of 1688.
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 Mary of Modena
James Francis Edward Stuart - Stuart or Stewart, James Francis Edward, 1688–1766, claimant to the British throne, son of...
James II, king of England, Scotland, and Ireland: Effect of James's Catholicism - Effect of James's Catholicism James was converted to Roman Catholicism probably in 1668—a...
James II of England; daughter of Alfonso IV, duke of Modena.
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 I26077: James Francis Edward Stuart Prince of Wales (10 JUN 1688 - 1 JAN 1766)
Descendants of James Francis Edward Stuart Prince of Wales and Maria Casimire Clementina Sobieska
Spouses of James Francis Edward Stuart Prince of Wales
I26077: James Francis Edward Stuart Prince of Wales (10 JUN 1688- 1 JAN 1766)
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 Untitled
His son was born in 1688, James Francis Edward Stuart (the Old Pretender) was to have been James III of Britain.
Jacobite was the name given to supporters of King James VII of Scotland and II of Britain who fled from the country in 1689 to escape an invading army led by William of Orange (also known as King Billy).
There was fear throughout Britain that James would re-instate Catholicism as the national religion so the parliaments invited his daughter Mary and her Protestant husband William to take over the throne.
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