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King James I (1603 - 1625) was the son of Mary Queen of Scots and her second husband Lord Darnley. He was descended from Robert the Bruce, and the English Tudors through his great grandmother Margaret Tudor sister of Henry VIII. His mother remarried , but in 1567 was forced to renounce the throne of Scotland and James became King Jame VI...When Elizabeth I died in 1603 James was crowned King James I of England the first King of the combined crowns of England and Scotland.


King James VI of Scotland (1566-1625) became King of England, first of the Stuart dynasty, after the death of Elizabeth I. He brought a new, more autocratic, style of government and was a believer in the Divine Right of Kings - the idea that monarchs were answerable only to God. These ideas were inherited by his son, Charles I, and put the monarchy on a collision course with the English Parliament.

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James I is Crowned King of England: The Joining of Two Countries

King James I of England, son of Mary, Queen of Scots. He was also the king of Scotland. The King James version of the Bible named after him.


James I of England & VI of Scotland, he was the successor to the English throne when his cousin several-times-removed Queen Elizabeth I died. He is best known for his sponsorship of the King James Bible.


Lord Henry Stewart Darnley, King Consort to Mary, Queen of Scots ~ extraordinarily handsome and charming. Unfortunately, he was lazy, ambitious, immature, arrogant and liked to party. After Darnley murdered Mary's secretary and friend before the horrified eyes of his pregnant wife, Mary is believed to have eventually ordered Darnley's assassination under cover of an explosion so huge, it rocked nearby Edinburgh. They were the parents of King James I of England, successor to Queen Elizabeth…


On this day 28th May 1503 James IV and Margaret Tudor were married by Pope Alexander VI. A 'Treaty of Everlasting Peace' between Scotland and England was signed on that occasion. The everlasting peace lasted just ten years.


James I The man primarily responsible for the commissioning of this Bible was its namesake, King James I of England, who ascended to the throne in 1603.