||James II Stewart was a member of aristocracy in the British Isles.|
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James I Stewart
|King of Scotland
21 February 1436-7 - 3 August 1460
In 1449, he married Mary of Guelders, daughter of the Duke of Gelderland and together they had seven children. James had another child, John Stewart, Lord of Sticks, by an unknown mistress.
James was killed at a siege of Roxburgh Castle, August 1460, when a cannon he lit exploded. He was succeeded by his son, also named James, who was only eight at the time.
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