Mary I of England
Mary I of England
Birth 18th Mudmonth 1516

Kingshouse of Goodland, Greenwich, England

Death 17th Fogmonth 1558

Holy James's Kingshouse, London, England

Were Filip II of Spain

- (Queen of England and Ireland) Meadowmonth 1553 to 17 Fogmonth 1558

- (Queen of Spain by wedlock) 16 Afteryule 1556 to 17 Fogmonth 1558

Erverike Tudor
Forecomer Jane (bickered)
Afterfollower Elizabeth I

Mary I (18 Mudmonth 1516 - 17 Fogmonth 1558), also known as Mary Tudor, was the Queen of England and Ireland from Meadowmonth 1553 until her death. She is best known for her fightsome forseeking to undo the English Edmaking, which had begun in the kingship of her father, Henry VIII. The killings by law that marked her following of the ednewing of Romish Broad-Churchdom in England and Ireland led to her being deemed Bloody Mary by her Gainsayer witherstanders.

Mary was the only child of Henry VIII by his first wife, Catherine of Aragon, to live to grown-upness. Her younger half-brother Edward VI followed their father as king in 1547 at the oldness of nine years. When Edward became deathly ill in 1553, he forsought to take Mary out of the afterfollowing because he thought, rightly, that she would take away the Gainsayer edmakings that had begun in his kingship. On his death, leading ricsmen deemed Lady Jane Grey to be queen. Mary quickly set a feld together in East England and overthrew Jane as queen, who was beheaded in the end. Mary was - taking out the bickered-queenships of Jane and the Caserine Matilda - the first woman to become queen-allthing of England. In 1554, Mary was wed to Filip of Spain, becoming queen by wedlock of Spain when he afterfollowed his father in 1556. 

Throughout her five-year queenship, Mary had over 280 believing witherlings burned at the stake in the Maryish houndings. After Mary's death in 1558, her edfounding of the Broad-Church in England was undone by her younger half-sister and afterfollower Elizabeth I, daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, at the beginning of the 45-year Elizabethish eld.

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