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Bonus discussion Mary, queen of scots -catholic, married of to prince of france at young age. Shipped back to Scotland after its change to Protestantism, Presbyterianism. Eventually forced to flee with England. Bad politician. Motivated by catholicism, involved with nearly every plot against English queen, Elizabeth. English execute her out of fear that Catholics with take over England and put her on the throne. Jane Seymour - Henry VIII 3 rd wife. Sister of Edward Seymour head of the regency council, eventual Duke of Somerset. Thomas Seymour- Lord Admiral at the time. Decides he will get to power by marrying Elizabeth, Mary, or Catherine, Henry VIII last surviving wife. Eventually locked in the tower and executed. Elizabeth I Mary I -  daughter of Catherine of Aragon, Henry VIII. Bloody Mary Edward VI-  Edward Seymour Henry VIII -king of England Ann Boleyn -second wife of Henry VIII, Elizabeth’s mother. Patronized high protestants. executed Catherine of Aragon
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