The Arnold and Moberly Family Genealogy

King James I1437

Name
King James I
Name prefix
King
Given names
James I
Death of a paternal grandfatherRobert II of Scotland
April 19, 1390
Note: Robert II died at Dundonald Castle in Ayrshire on 19 April 1390. His remains were buried at Scone Abbey which was destroyed during the Scottish Reformation.
Death of a paternal grandfatherRobert II of Scotland
after April 20, 1390
Death of a fatherRobert III
April 4, 1406

Birth of a son
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King James II
October 16, 1430

Death February 21, 1437
Cause of death: Murdered
Note: James I was murdered at Perth Castle on 21 February 1437. His remains were buried beneath a 'magnificent monument' at the Carthusian Priory in Perth. On 11 May 1559, following a sermon by John Knox, the Carthusian Priory in Perth was attacked by a mob of Scottish Calvinists. Everything was destroyed including the royal tombs and remains.
Burial after February 22, 1437 (1 day after death)
Death
James I was murdered at Perth Castle on 21 February 1437. His remains were buried beneath a 'magnificent monument' at the Carthusian Priory in Perth. On 11 May 1559, following a sermon by John Knox, the Carthusian Priory in Perth was attacked by a mob of Scottish Calvinists. Everything was destroyed including the royal tombs and remains.