01/02/2015 · Jane was quickly wed to Dudley’s son and crowned queen of England in July 1553. But she ruled for just nine days, trapped and unhappy. Mary Tudor claimed the throne with great popular support and Jane was imprisoned in the Tower of London. Her subsequent execution was a political necessity for Mary Tudor.
Catalina fue degradada a princesa viuda de Gales —título que habría tenido como viuda de Arturo— y María fue considerada ilegítima. Será llamada «la dama María» (The Lady Mary) en lugar de su tratamiento de alteza real y sus derechos en la línea de sucesión fueron transferidos a su media hermana recién nacida, Isabel. 
Lady Mary was last seen by Edward in February, and was kept informed about the state of her half-brother's health by Northumberland and through her contacts with the imperial ambassadors. Aware of Edward's imminent death, she left Hunsdon House , near London, and sped to her estates around Kenninghall in Norfolk, where she could count on the support of her tenants . 
Mary Grey, born about April 20, 1545, was the third and youngest daughter of Henry Grey, 1st Duke of Suffolk, and Lady Frances Brandon, daughter of Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk, and Mary Tudor, the younger of the two daughters of King Henry VII and Elizabeth of York. Mary had two sisters, Lady Jane Grey and Lady Katherine Grey.
María Tudor (Palacio de Richmond, 18 de marzo de 1496 - Westhorpe Hall, Suffolk, 25 de junio de 1533) fue una princesa inglesa, y brevemente reina consorte de Francia por su matrimonio con Luis XII de Francia. Fue también duquesa de Suffolk tras contraer matrimonio con Charles Brandon. Sus padres fueron Enrique VII de Inglaterra e Isabel de York.
20/11/2015 · Mary Tudor was the first queen regnant of England, reigning from 1553 until her death in 1558. She is best known for her religious persecutions of Protestants and the executions of over 300 subjects.
09/11/2009 · England’s first female monarch, Mary I (1516-1558) ruled for just five years. The only surviving child of Henry VIII and his first wife, Catherine of Aragon,