Mary I, also Maria, the Catholic or the Bloody Mary (1516 – 1558), was from 1553 to 1558 Queen of England and Ireland and the fourth monarch of the Tudor House.
Edward Tudor 1537 – 1553. Pictures and Royal Portraits illustrative of English and Scottish History by Thomas Archer.
Relics associated with Queen Elisabeth. The Golden Prayer-book of Queen Elizabeth. Cup set with Amethysts and Turquois. Book of Meditations and Prayers
Sir Francis Drake was an English sea captain, privateer, slave trader, naval officer and discoverer of the Elizabethan era.
Lady Jane Grey, the official heiress of King Edward VI, claimed the title of Queen of England from 10 to 19 July 1553. Since then she has had the nickname Queen of the Nine Days or Queen of the Thirteen Days. However, she was defeated by Maria I.
Henry VIII. Tudor 1491-1547, was from 1509 to 1547 King of England, from 1541 King of Ireland. Henry VIII. was the first English king with a Renaissance education, he spoke several languages, wrote poems, composed music and showed great interest in religious themes.
Elizabeth I 1533-1603, actually Elizabeth Tudor, also known as The Virgin Queen was from 1558 to the day she died queen of England.
Mary Stuart 1542-1587 born as Mary Stewart, was on 14 December 1542 to the July 24, 1567 as Mary I Queen of Scotland and through her marriage to Francis II. from 1559 to 1560 Queen of France.
During the Wars of the Roses, Henry was the last survivor of the House of Lancaster and became its head. Through his marriage to the heiress of the House of York Elizabeth Plantagenet, England hoped for an end to the civil war between the two houses and a lasting peace.
Anne Boleyn, 1st Marquess of Pembroke was the second of the six wives of Henry VIII and Queen of England from 1533 to 1536.