Alexander Stewart, Duke of Ross

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Alexander Stewart, Duke of Ross (30 April 1514, Stirling Castle–18 December 1515, Stirling Castle) was the fourth and last son of King James IV of Scotland and his queen Margaret Tudor.

He was born posthumously, after his father died at the Battle of Flodden Field, during the reign of his infant brother King James V of Scotland.

He died in infancy, but during his short life he was heir presumptive to the throne of the Kingdom of Scotland.

Ancestry[edit]

Alexander Stewart, Duke of Ross
Born: 30 April 1514 Died: 18 December 1515
Scottish royalty
Preceded by
John Stewart, Duke of Albany
Heir of Scotland
as heir presumptive
30 April 1514 – 18 December 1515
Succeeded by
John Stewart, Duke of Albany