James II of Scotland
James II (16 October 1430– 3 August 1460) was King of Scotland from 1437 through 1460. He was born at Holyrood Palace, Edinburgh. He inherited the Scottish throne after the assassination of his father James I on February 21st 1437, only aged 6 and was crowned king of Scotland on March 25th 1437 at Holyrood Palace where he was born.
|King of Scotland|
James II's portrait aged 10, produced c. 1440.
|Reign||February 21st 1437 - August 3rd 1460|
|Coronation||March 25th 1437, Holyrood Abbey|
|Predecessor||James I of Scotland|
|Successor||James III of Scotland|
|Born||October 16th 1430|
Holyrood, Edinburgh, Scotland
|Died||August 3rd 1460|
Roxburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland
Holyrood Abbey, Edinburgh, Scotland