KINGS AND QUEENS (MARY I)

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  • 1516

    Mary I/Mary Tudor

    Mary I/Mary Tudor
    Mary I, also known as Mary Tudor, was born on 18 February 1516.
  • 1518

    Francis II

    Francis II
    Mary was promised to Francis, who was the infant son of King Francis I of France. But in 1521 thiis marriage with Francis was canceled.
  • 1522

    Mary I and her cousin

    Mary I and her cousin
    Mary was contracted to marry her first cousin, who was 22 years old. But this marriage was canceled a few years after.
  • 1525

    Mary I preside Wales and Marches

    Mary I preside Wales and Marches
    Henry and Catherine would have no more sons, so they decided to send Mary to the border of Wales to preside over the Council of Wales and the Marches.
  • 1528

    She went to the Welsh Marches

    She went to the Welsh Marches
    She spent three years in the Welsh Marches, but she sometimes visited her father's court before returning permanently to the home counties around London.
  • 1536

    Mary was declared Illegitimate

    Mary was declared Illegitimate
    Mary was declared illegitimate and deprived of all her inheritance rights. But in 1544, Mary was returned to the line of succession.
  • 1550

    Mary I refused to abandon Catholicism.

    Mary I refused to abandon Catholicism.
    Mary refused Edward’s (stepbrother and king) demands that she abandon Catholicism.
  • 1553

    After the death of Edward

    After the death of Edward
    In 6 of July on 1535 Edward VI died. So in 10 July Lady Jane was proclaimed queen of England. But Mary I didn't accept and in 19 July Lady Jane was deposed and imprisioned in the Tower of London. So in 3 August Mary I rode into London as the Queen of England.
  • 1553

    Leading protestants were imprisoned

    Leading protestants were imprisoned
    In 1553 some Leading Protesstats church men were imprisoned, exiled and executed by Mary I.
  • 1554

    Philip of Spain

    Philip of Spain
    In 25 of July on 1554 Philip of Spain and Mary of England get married.
  • 1555

    Some Protestants were executed

    Some Protestants were executed
    In 1555 some Protestants were burnt at the stake, and the total execued were 283 people.
  • 1558

    The succession of Mary I

    The succession of Mary I
    In 17th of November on 1558 Mary I died, so she the throne of England passed down to Elizabeth I.