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LightWorker™ Knights of Saint Margaret

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Learn About LightWorker™ Knights of Saint Margaret – Queen of Scotland:

Margaret, probably born in Hungary, as daughter of Edward “Outremere”, or “the Exile” and the German mother Agatha, kinswoman of Gisela, the wife of St. Stephen of Hungary, around 1045. She was also grand-daughter of the English king, Edmund Ironside. A constant tradition asserts that Margaret’s father and his brother Edmund were sent to Hungary for safety during the reign of Canute, but no record of the fact has been found in that country. Apparently she came back to England in 1057, when her father returned to England, where the king was St. Edward the Confessor.

After William the Conqueror invaded England in 1066, Margaret fled, along with her mother and sister. They intended to make for the continent of Europe but the ship was blown off course and they landed in Scotland at a Fife harbour that still bears the name St Margaret’s Hope.

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Learn About LightWorker™ Knights of Saint Margaret – Queen of Scotland:

Margaret, probably born in Hungary, as daughter of Edward “Outremere”, or “the Exile” and the German mother Agatha, kinswoman of Gisela, the wife of St. Stephen of Hungary, around 1045. She was also grand-daughter of the English king, Edmund Ironside. A constant tradition asserts that Margaret’s father and his brother Edmund were sent to Hungary for safety during the reign of Canute, but no record of the fact has been found in that country. Apparently she came back to England in 1057, when her father returned to England, where the king was St. Edward the Confessor.

After William the Conqueror invaded England in 1066, Margaret fled, along with her mother and sister. They intended to make for the continent of Europe but the ship was blown off course and they landed in Scotland at a Fife harbour that still bears the name St Margaret’s Hope.

 

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