1430–82, queen of Henry VI of England.
1430–82, queen of England. She married the mentally unstable Henry VI of England in 1445 to confirm the truce with France during the Hundred Years’ War. She became a leader of the Lancastrians in the Wars of the Roses and was defeated at Tewkesbury (1471) by Edward IV
- Margaret of Navarre
noun 1. 1492–1549, queen of Navarre 1544–49: patron of literature, author of stories, and poet. noun 1. Also Margaret of Angoulême. 1492–1549, queen of Navarre (1544–49) by marriage to Henry II of Navarre; sister of Francis I of France. She was a poet, a patron of humanism, and author of the Heptaméron (1558)
- Margaret of scotland
noun 1. Saint. 1045–93, queen consort of Malcolm III of Scotland. Her piety and benefactions to the church led to her canonization (1250). Feast days: June 10, Nov 16
- Margaret Rose
noun 1. 1930–2002, English princess (daughter of George VI; sister of Elizabeth II).
- Margaret of Valois
noun 1. (“Queen Margot”) 1533–1615, 1st wife of Henry IV of France: queen of Navarre; patron of science and literature (daughter of Henry II of France and Catherine de’ Medici). noun 1. 1553–1615, daughter of Henry II of France and Catherine de’ Medici; queen of Navarre (1572) by marriage to Henry of Navarre. The marriage […]