ANABELLA DRUMMOND

TIME-LINE AND ADDITIONAL FACTS ON ANABELLA  DRUMMOND QUEEN CONSORT OF KING ROBERT III OF SCOTLAND.

TIME-LINE OF ANABELLA DRUMMOND

DATE                                        EVENT
 
1350
  • Anabella Drummond was  born in Dunfermline Abbey, Dunfermline, fife, Scotland, the daughter of Sir John Drummond, 11th Thane Of Lennox and Mary Montifex
1367
  • 31ST MAY: Anabella married John Stewart, the future Robert III of Scotland.
1368
  • Anabella’s husband is created “Earl of Carrick.” by his great uncle king David II of Scotland
1371
  • 22ND FEBRUARY: King David II of Scotland is dead, Anabella’s father in law Robert is king of Scotland
  • 26TH MARCH: The coronation of King Robert and his Queen consort, Euphemia de Ross
1373
  • The Stewart succession was further strengthened when parliament passed entails defining the manner in which each of the king's sons could inherit the crown.
1378
  • 24TH OCTOBER: Anabella’s son David Stewart is born
1380
  • Anabella’s daughter Mary is born around now
1384
  • Anabella’s husband John is appointed the king's lieutenant by his father Robert II of Scotland.
1387
  • Anabella’s daughter Elizabeth married James Douglas, 1st Lord Dalkeith
1388
  • Anabella’s husband suffered an accident involving his horse.
1390
  • 19TH APRIL: King Robert II of Scotland is dead and now John Stewart Anabella’s husband is king, John changes his name to Robert
  • 18TH AUGUST King Robert III and Annabella are crowned at Scone Abbey, King and Queen of Scotland.
  • Anabella’s daughter Margaret married, Archibald Douglas, 4th Earl of Douglas
  • Anabella’s son David Stewart is titled Earl of Carrick
1391
  • MARCH: Annabella was granted a pension of 2, 500 merks by parliament for her to adorn her person and for her household maintenance.
1394
  • JULY: Anabella son the future James 1st of Scotland is born at dunfermline abbey
  • SUMMER Anabella received a letter from Richard II of England
  • AUGUST Anabella writes back to Richard, speaking of how delighted she would be in a marriage match for one of her daughter
1398
  • Anabella helps organise a tournament in Edinburgh where her son David is knighted
1399
  • 27TH JANUARY David Anabella’s son is appointed “lieutenant" of the kingdom and created Duke of Rothesay at Scone Abbey.
1401
  • OCTOBER: Anabella died at Scone Palace, Scone, Perth at the age of fifty-one years.
 
Anabella Drummond was buried at Dunfermline Abbey
EXTRA FACTS ON ANABELLA DRUMMOND
 
  • Anabella Drummond, was Queen consort of Robert III of Scotland for eleven years.
 
 
  • Robert III of Scotland, had be also known under the name of John Stewart Earl of Carrick, however, when he became king he chose to change his name to Robert.
 
 
  • Anabella was the mother of James 1st of Scotland.
 
  • Anabella was from Clan Drummond a Highland Scottish clan.
 
  • Anabella is believed to be the niece of Margaret Drummond; Margaret Drummond who was consort of David II Scotland. David divorced Margaret In 1369.
 
 
  • Anabella and King Robert had seven children, David, James (future James 1st Scotland) and Robert who died in infancy, Margaret, Mary , Egidia and Elizabeth.

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