Saint Margaret (she was born in Hungary) was queen consort to Malcolm the Third of Scotland. She had 8 children - 3 of the boys eventually were named King of Scotland and one of her daughters was queen consort to England..
Two interesting facts:
1) She established a ferry to carry pilgrims across the Firth of Forth to Dunfermline Abbey. She was buried there in 1093.
|The refectory of Dunfermline Abbey|
2) Near the ferry dock there was a cave where St. Margaret used to seek solitude for prayer. The cave is still there, and you can visit it...but it's now under a parking lot.
From a small building in the corner of the car park, 84 steps lead down to a tunnel, echoing with Gregorian chants. In the sides of the tunnel are displays giving the history of the cave which turns out to be a single chamber 10 feet long by 8 feet wide and 8 feet high. There are two raised seats on either site and a well at the far end which was once used as drinking water, now covered. To complete the illusion there is a statue of Queen Margaret.