"Bloody" Mary Tudor
was the subject of several including Three Blind Mice and you really wouldn't want to be in her 'garden' with all those instruments of torture.
1553: Mary Tudor
was proclaimed Queen and Lady Jane Grey, a Protestant, was sent to the Tower, where she was beheaded on February 12, 1554.
Robert Spittal, master tailor to the court of James IV including to James' wife Mary Tudor
, is thought to have been responsible for the building of a bridge in the 16th century as well as a number of other bridges around Stirling.
See Mary Tudor
knock the spots off Mary Queen of Scots!
John Fox's Actes and Monumentes better known as Foxe's Book of Martyrs, is an unashamedly anti-Catholic tract, admits Carradice, but it does contain nearly contemporaneous accounts of events during the reign of Mary Tudor
and the execution of nearly 300 men and women in her effort to end the religious war in England by restoring Roman Catholicism.
The Willie McCreery-trained Mary Tudor
sets the standard in the Group 3 Snow Fairy Stakes on her creditable third behind subsequent Yorkshire Oaks winner Sea Of Class and Investec Oaks heroine Forever Together in the Darley Irish Oaks.
At the line a neck separated the leading duo with Willie McCreery's Mary Tudor
running a tremendous race in third.
Summary: Godolphin's Mary Tudor
may have finished a valiant third on her Group 1 debut in the Darley Irish Oaks at the Curragh on Saturday but the Du...
(3.10) filled our pockets last month and it'd be canny to stick with her at Leopardstown.
Windleshaw Chantry, in St Helens, left, had been closed since 1558 when Queen Mary Tudor
, first daughter of King Henry VIII, died.
"Active Approach was third behind Magical and Mary Tudor
on her latest start and both fillies went on to frank the form when finishing first and third in the G2 Debutante Stakes.
Knox, a Scottish author, writes against women's rule in general, but his indictment is specifically addressed to two Catholic queens in the British Isles at that time: Mary of Guise (15151560), Regent of Scotland after the death of her husband, James V, and Mary Tudor
or Mary I of England (1516-1558).