Charles Stuart, 6th Earl of Moray


Charles Stuart, 6th Earl of Moray

Charles Stuart, 6th Earl of Moray (bef. 1683 – 7 October 1735) was the son of Alexander Stuart, 5th Earl of Moray and his wife, Emilia Balfour. He acceeded to his father's titles in 1701 and died, unmarried, in 1735. He was succeeded by his brother, Francis.

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Peerage of Scotland
Preceded by
Alexander Stuart
Earl of Moray
1701-1735
Succeeded by
Francis Stuart



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