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  1. James Hepburn, 1st Duke of Orkney and 4th Earl of Bothwell (c. 1534 – 14 April 1578), better known simply as Lord Bothwell, was a prominent Scottish nobleman. He was known for his marriage to Mary, Queen of Scots, as her third and final husband.

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    • 15 May 1567 – 24 July 1567
  2. 31 de mar. de 2024 · James Hepburn, 4th earl of Bothwell was the third husband of Mary, Queen of Scots. He evidently engineered the murder of Mary’s second husband, Henry Stewart, Lord Darnley, thereby precipitating the revolt of the Scottish nobles and Mary’s flight to England, where she was imprisoned by Queen.

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  3. Há 5 dias · James Hepburn, 4th Earl of Bothwell, is a notorious figure in Scottish history. He is most associated with the murder of Mary, Queen of Scots’, second husband, Lord Darnley. Then abducting Mary, raping her and forcing her hand in marriage.

  4. 18 de mar. de 2019 · James Hepburn, 4th Earl of Bothwell was imprisoned at Dragsholm Castle from 1573 until his death on 14 April 1578. We explore the castle's history and discover what life would have been like there in the sixteenth century, when it was a state prison.

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  5. Jaime Hepburn, 4.º Conde de Bothwell (c. 1535 — Castelo de Dragsholm, Dinamarca, 14 de abril de 1578), 1º duque de Orkney e 4º conde de Bothwell (mais conhecido simplesmente como Lord Bothwell ), era um proeminente nobre escocês.

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  6. Hepburn, James, fourth earl of Bothwell and duke of Orkney (1534/5–1578), magnate and third consort of Mary, queen of Scots, was the only son of Patrick Hepburn, third earl of Bothwell (d. 1556), and his wife, Agnes Sinclair (d. in or after 1572).

  7. James Hepburn, the only son of Patrick Hepburn, 3rd Earl of Bothwell, and his wife, Agnes Sinclair, was born in about 1535. His parents divorced when he was a child and he was brought up by his great-uncle, Patrick Hepburn, bishop of Moray. Hepburn was sent to Paris to finish his education.