Ermengarde of Beaumont (d. 1234)

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Ermengarde of Beaumont (d. 1234)

Queen of Scotland. Name variations: Ermengarde Beaumont; Ermengarde de Beaumont. Died on February 11, 1234 (some sources cite 1233); buried at Balmerino Abbey, Fife, Scotland; daughter of Richard Beaumont, Viscount Beaumont, and Constance (daughter of Sybilla Corbert and Henry I, king of England); married William I the Lion (1143–1214), king of the Scots (r. 1165–1214), on September 5, 1186; children: Alexander II (1198–1249), king of Scotland (r. 1214–1249); Margaret de Burgh (c. 1193–1259); Isabel (who married Robert Bigod, 3rd earl of Norfolk); Marjory (d. 1244). William I the Lion had children with two other women.