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    Mary, Queen of Scots By Richard Burchett Oil on panel, 1850’s

    This is a heck of a creepy rumour about Mary Queen of Scots! Never heard it before but I liked this photo accompanying it.

    Lady J. Grey (Lady Jane Grey) by Richard Burchett

    Maria Stuart, Queen of Scots (1542 - 1587), and her son James I (1566 - 1625). Mary was beheaded at the order of Queen Elizabeth I. Mary's son James as closest heir goes on to succeed Queen Elizabeth I.

    The Chemise worn by Mary Queen of Scots During her Execution; shown at Coughton Court

    Mary Stuart, aka Mary Queen of Scots

    Mary, Queen of Scots, death mask

    Mary Queen of Scots

    Victorian Oil Painting of Mary Queen of Scots. The Execution of Mary, Queen of Scots: www.eyewitnesstoh...

    Print of Mary Queen of Scots after Portrait by Zuccaro

    Mary Queen of Scots bedroom in Holyroodhouse Palace. Queen Victoria made sure that Mary Queen of Scots' bedroom and outer chamber were diligently preserved exactly the way it was left by Mary. It was in the outer chamber that Mary's beloved assistant David Rizzo was brutally murdered by her husband in front of her face. David was ripped from behind Mary's skirts and dragged across the floor before he was murdered.

    Queen Elizabeth I

    Anne of Cleves  By Richard Burchett  Oil on panel, 1850’s

    Mary Stuart (1542–1587), Queen of Scots

    Dr. Mary Walker. Amazing woman of the 1800's who was not only a physician, but spent most of her adult life in *gasp* pants!

    King James of Engand, James I of England and VI of Scotland was born in 1566, the son of Mary, Queen of Scots, and Henry, Lord Darnley

    Queen Ranavalona III, Madagascar’s last Queen (1861 - 1917) Tagged "African kings" | AFRICAN, BLACK & DIASPORIC HISTORY

    Matilda (Edith) of Scotland (1080 - 1118). First wife of Henry I of England. Queen from 1100 - 1118. Mother of Empress Matilda. When she was baptized she pulled the crown off of Matilda of Flanders head, which was seen as a sign that she would be queen. She was the mother of William of England and Empress Matilda.

    J. Seymour (Jane Seymour)