|King James V|
|Real Name:||James Stewart|
|Title:|| King of Scotland|
Prince and Great Steward of Scotland
|Born:||April 10, 1512|
|Dies:||December 14, 1542|
|Originally From:||Linlithgow, Scotland|
|Wife:||Marie de Guise|
|Parents:|| King James IV † (Father)|
Margaret Tudor † (Mother)
|Family:|| King Henry VIII † (Uncle)|
Mary Tudor † (Cousin)
Elizabeth Tudor (Cousin)
Edward Tudor † (Cousin)
Claude de Guise (Brother-in-Law)
Duke of Guise (Brother-in-Law)
|Children:|| Mary Stuart (Daughter)|
James Stuart (Son)
|Interests:||Lady Margaret Erskine (Mistress)|
|Affiliations:|| Kingdom of Scotland|
House of Stuart
House of Tudor
|First appearance:||Pilot (Mentioned)|
King James V was the King of Scotland for 29 years from September 9, 1513 until his death on December 14, 1542. He was the father of the current monarch of Scotland, Mary Stuart.
James was born to James IV of Scotland and Margaret Tudor, who was the older sister of the King Henry VIII of England.
- Pilot - (Mentioned)
- Consummation - (Mentioned)
Marie tells her daughter, Mary Stuart, on her wedding night that the earrings she had given her had originally been a gift from her father to herself.
- Liege Lord - (Mentioned)
- No Exit - (Mentioned)
- James became king at just seventeen months old.
- He ruled Scotland for 29 years.
- He had two wives, and three children.
- His first wife was King Henry II's sister, Madeleine of Valois.
- Legend says that on his deathbed, James was rueful when he discovered his wife Marie had given birth to a girl; Mary was his only surviving legitimate heir, and he believed a woman would bring an end to the empire.
- He asked for the hand of his cousin, Catherine de' Medici multiple times. He married his first wife Madeleine a few years after Catherine's own marriage to Henry.
|Heir:||Lands:||Kingdom of Scotland|
|Title(s):||Queen Mary Stuart · Queen of Scotland · Mary, Queen of Scots|
|Ancestors:||King James Stuart IV of Scotland · King James V of Scotland|
|Current members:||James Stuart ·|