2014. . Weir, Alison. Mary, Queen of Scots, and the Murder of Lord Darnley. N.p. : Ballantine, 2004.
New York: St. Martin's, 1966. Print. Neely, Sylvia. A Concise History of the French Revolution. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2008.
Henry had wanted a son so severely that he had had his previous wives beheaded since they gave him no sons (Eakins). Anne thought that she was expecting a boy, but sure enough, Elizabeth came out. This was somewhat of a disappointment to the King. In May of 1536 (Sparknotes), before Elizabeth was even three years old, Henry had Anne’s head cut off after he – possibly falsely – charged her with incest and adultery. Henry then remarried Jane Seymour who would soon expect a son.
Mary Stuart Queen of Scotland and France. June 2007. 27 March 2014 .) Mary stayed in the safety of France for the next twelve years. During this time she became a very beautiful woman who loved to dance, ride horses, and hang out with friends.. She was tall and had nice red hair.
Queen Mary 1 was the Queen of England from July 19, 1553 until her death on November 17, 1558. Henry VIII broke from the Roman Catholic Church because they wouldn’t allow him to divorce Mary’s mother. This upset Mary because it made people question her right to the throne. She was the second to the throne, first was her half brother Edward. Edward was substantially ill and weak.