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Mary Queen of Scots

Mary Queen of Scots

Posted by Clare Crawford on

Mary Queen of Scots Mary Queen of Scots is famous for being beheaded on February 8th, 1587 at Fotheringay Castle in Nottinghamshire by her English cousin Queen Elizabeth 1 – daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn (who also executed by beheading). Elizabeth had been reluctant to have Mary executed until the Babington plot emerged via intercepted letters that Mary was the subject of an uprising hoping to bring down Elizabeth and install Mary as the rightful Queen. Mary was tall, beautiful, intelligent yet made many decisions that would ultimately lead to her own Scots people threatening her and driving...

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