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David Stewart, Earl of Moray

David Stewart, Earl of Moray (c. 1455 - before 18 July 1457) was a son of King James II of Scotland.

He was created Earl of Moray on 12 February 1456, yet he died aged between three and one, before 18 July 1457.

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