Maud (Matilda) wife of Henry I
Maud (also called Edith) was the great-great niece of Edward the Confessor. She was born in 1080, the daughter of Malcolm III, King of Scots, and his wife St Margaret (granddaughter of Edmund ‘Ironside’, the Confessor’s half brother). Her marriage to Henry I in 1100 united the Saxon and Norman lines. This took place in Westminster Abbey (the Norman church) on 11 November. She was a pious and charitable lady and was also known for her literary and musical interests. She died on 1 May 1118 and was buried on the right hand side of the original Shrine of St Edward the Confessor.
Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (under Matilda), 2004.