Frieze depicting Lady Jane Gray accepting the Crown, Middlesex Guildhall, London.
Bradgate Park Oak - There is a row of oak up on the hill, where you can visibly see where Lady Jane Gray's father cut them off to protest when she was beheaded.
"Puff the cat" from "Dick and Jane", a popular basal reader written by William S. Gray
Letter from Jane Grey proclaiming herself as Queen
History - Royals - 16th C and Earlier
Jane Austen. Northanger Abbey (1817)
Earl-Grey- and Lavender-Infused Cheesecake recipe from TeaTime magazine. Tea suggestion: Mr. Knightley's Reserve Earl Grey from Bingley's Teas Jane Austen Tea Series line
Luscious Tea Time
The remains of Bradgate House - the birthplace of Lady Jane Grey in Leicestershire
Lady Jane Gray...I've only just spotted this plaque in Gloucester City Centre.
Guildford Dudley - 1535 - 1554, husband to Lady Jane Grey Executed. Cousin Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
I love this so much! That letter....
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