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  Queen Mary
Mary Tudor (1495-1533), queen consort of France, was the daughter of Henry VII of England and the sister of Henry VIII of England and the wife of Louis X of France and the grandmother of Lady Jane Grey.
Mary of Guise (1515-1560), queen consort and regent of Scotland, was the daughter of Claude, Duke of Guise, and the second wife of James V of Scotland and the mother of Mary, Queen of Scots.
Mary, Queen of Scots, (1542-1587), queen regnant of Scotland and queen consort of France, was the daughter of James V of Scotland and the wife of François II of France and the mother of James I of England.
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 Mary I of England   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Mary Tudor is the name of both Mary I of England and her father's sister, Mary Tudor (queen consort of France).
Mary, the fourth and penultimate monarch of the Tudor dynasty, is remembered for her attempt to return England from Protestantism to Roman Catholicism.
When Mary ascended the Throne, she was proclaimed under the same official style as Henry VIII and Edward VI: "Mary, by the Grace of God, Queen of England, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, and of the Church of England and also of Ireland in Earth Supreme Head".
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 Henry VIII of England - New World Encyclopedia Preview
Queen Catherine, however, testified that her marriage to Arthur, Prince of Wales had never been consummated, and that there was therefore no impediment to her subsequent marriage to Henry.
The Princess Mary was deemed illegitimate, and was replaced as heiress-presumptive by Queen Anne's new daughter, the Princess Elizabeth.
Frances Brandon, Duchess of Suffolk (daughter of Mary Tudor, Duchess of Suffolk) was laid aside because Edward feared that her husband Henry Grey, 1st Duke of Suffolk might claim the Crown for himself.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Mary Tudor (queen consort of France)
Mary Tudor (March 18 1496 – June 25 1533) was the younger sister of Henry VIII of England and queen consort of France due to her marriage to Louis XII.
Mary was the fifth child of Henry VII of England and Elizabeth of York, and the youngest to survive infancy.
Mary had been unhappy with her marriage to Louis, as at this time she was almost certainly in love with Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk.
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 MARY OF ENGLAND. The Columbia Encyclopedia: Sixth Edition. 2000   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
(Mary Tudor), 1496–1533, queen consort of Louis XII of France, daughter of Henry VII of England and sister of Henry VIII.
She was betrothed in 1507 to the future Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, but the contract was broken, and in Oct., 1514, she was married to Louis XII of France, then a man of 52 and in poor health.
Mary was the grandmother of Lady Jane Grey.
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 Queen Mary I: Biography, Portraits, Primary Sources
Unlike Mary, Elizabeth was recognized as a Princess of the realm.
She was the granddaughter of Henry VIII's younger sister Mary Tudor and, thus, a remote claimant to the English throne.
As queen, Mary was capable of both extreme affection and disdain for her English subjects.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Mary I of England
Queen Mary I of England (18 February, 1516 – 17 November, 1558), also known as Mary Tudor, was Queen of England and Queen of Ireland from 6 July1553 (de jure) or 19 July 1553 (de facto) until her death.
Queen Catherine had failed to provide Henry the male heir he desired; consequently, the King attempted to have his marriage to her annulled, but, to Henry's disappointment, the Pope refused to all his requests for divorce, as Queen Catherine was Holy Roman Emperor Charles V's aunt.
Mary suffered a false pregnancy; Philip released the Princess Elizabeth from house arrest, probably so that he could be viewed favourably by her in case Mary died during childbirth.
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 BBC - History - Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots (1542 - 1587)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Queen of Scotland from 1542-67 and queen consort of France from 1559-60, whose complicated personal life and political immaturity eventually led to her execution by Elizabeth I. Mary was the only child of James V of Scotland and his French wife, Mary of Guise.
She was sent to France and raised at the court of Henry II; in April 1558 she was married to Francis, Henry's son.
Mary, Queen of Scots and the Earl of Bothwell
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 Mary Tudor Info - Bored Net - Boredom   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Mary Tudor (March 28, 1496 - June 25, 1533), was the youngest daughter of Henry VII of England.
She married first Louis XII of France, but he died less than three months after they were married.
Mary's brother Henry VIII of England named his daughter, the future Queen Mary, after her.
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Mary Tudor, was the youngest daughter of Henry VII of England.
Lady Frances Brandon was the second child and eldest daughter of Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk and Mary Tudor, former queen consort of France.
Mary served the courts of her cousins Mary I of England and Elizabeth I of England as a maid of honor.
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 Mary, Queen of Scots
Mary was a baby when she was crowned at Stirling Castle, the only legitimate child of James V who died immediately after her birth.
Mary tried to arrange a match which would have the approval of Elizabeth since Mary was trying to remain in good graces with Elizabeth so she would name Mary as her heir.
Mary now feared that she would fall into the hands of her enemy and against the advice of the nobles who had supported her she escaped to England and to what she thought would be the protection of one queen for another.
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 Mary Tudor - One Language   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
For Mary Tudor, queen regnant of England, see Mary I of England.
She married firstly, on October 9 1514 at Abbeville, to Louis XII of France (June 27 1462 - January 1 1515), with no issue.
A fictionalized version of Mary's marital adventures is portrayed in the 1953 Walt Disney film The Sword and the Rose starring Richard Todd and Glynis Johns.
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 Tudor Chronology
Thomas Howard, Duke of Norfolk is imprisoned in the Tower for attempting to marry Mary, Queen of Scots.
Queen Elizabeth refuses to accept the sovereignty of the Netherlands, which William the Silent of Orange, in desperation at the course of war, had agreed to have offered to her.
Queen Elizabeth and James VI of Scotland form a league of amity with the Treaty of Berwick.
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 Amazon.com: Mary, Queen of France: The Tudor Princesses: Books: Jean Plaidy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Comforted by her brother's promise, Mary would make the most of her relatively brief sojourn in France, where her beauty and charm would capture the devotion of her French subjects, as well as the roving eye of the charming but married Francois, nephew to King Louis XII and his heir.
Mary, however, was firm in her belief that, in the end, her brother would not deny her her heart's desire and would keep his promise to his favorite sister.
Mary Tudor gave her heart to Brandon and is determined to be with him somehow.
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 Women in History of Scots Descent - Mary Queen of Scots
Mary rejoices, she has lowered her rival before the eyes of her lover, she has had one moment of revenge and triumph after a long time of suffering.
Mary has got some of the beautiful things back that surrounded her in better days, and a last meeting with some of her former ladies-in-waiting is permitted.
Mary insists that she has used all legal methods and the help of friends to gain her liberty but that she never has plotted against the life of Elisabeth.
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 Mary Tudor — FactMonster.com
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 Amazon.com: "Queene Mary": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
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 Edward SEYMOUR (1° D. Somerset)
Edward Seymour, brother of Jane, Queen Consort (1536-37) to Henry VIII and mother of Edward VI, being 2nd but 1st surviving son and heir of Sir John Seymour of Wolf Hall, Wilts (d.
Meanwhile Somerset tried to enforce a marriage treaty arranged by Henry VIII between the young Edward VI and Mary Queen of Scots.
Somerset tried, unsuccessfully, to persuade the Scots to join a voluntary union with England, but, when his appeal was rejected, he destroyed all chances of reconciliation by invading Scotland and defeating the Scots at the Battle of Pinkie (10 Sep 1547), and completely alienated the Scots when he laid waste to SE Scotland.
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 The Henry & Sarah Ballinger Chiles Family
Birth: 27 Jun 1462 - Château de Blois, France Christening: Death: 1 Jan 1515 Burial: in Saint Denis Basilica, France Cause of Death:
*Mary Tudor Queen Consort of France (28 Mar 1496 - 25 Jun 1533) Marriage: 9 Oct 1514 - Abbeville, France Status:
*Mary of Spain (29 Jun 1482 - 7 Mar 1517) Marriage: 30 Oct 1500 - Alcázar de Sal, Spain Status: Children: 1.
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 Amazon.ca: Elizabeth and Mary Tudor: Books: Queen of England Elizabeth I,Queen of England Mary I,Anne Lake ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Amazon.ca: Elizabeth and Mary Tudor: Books: Queen of England Elizabeth I,Queen of England Mary I,Anne Lake Prescott,Queen, consort of Henry II, King of Navarre Marguerite,Desiderius Erasmus
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by Queen of England Elizabeth I (Author), Queen of England Mary I (Author), Anne Lake Prescott (Editor), Queen, consort of Henry II, King of Navarre Marguerite (Editor), Desiderius Erasmus (Editor)
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