Lady Jane Grey, also known as 'Lady Jane Dudley', 'the Nine-Day Queen', or 'Tragic Lady Jane Grey', was the Queen of England and Ireland for nine days, mak

Lady Jane Grey, also known as 'Lady Jane Dudley', 'the Nine-Day Queen', or 'Tragic Lady Jane Grey', was the Queen of England and Ireland for nine days, mak

Lady Jane Grey, also known as 'Lady Jane Dudley', 'the Nine-Day Queen', or 'Tragic Lady Jane Grey', was the Queen of England and Ireland for nine days, mak

Lady Jane Grey, also known as 'Lady Jane Dudley', 'the Nine-Day Queen', or 'Tragic Lady Jane Grey', was the Queen of England and Ireland for nine days, mak

Farewell message from Lady Jane Grey to her father, Henry Grey, Duke of Suffolk.

Farewell message from Lady Jane Grey to her father, Henry Grey, Duke of Suffolk.

Lady Jane Grey solicited to accept the Crown. Illustration from History of England by Henry Tyrrell (c 1860).

Lady Jane Grey solicited to accept the Crown. Illustration from History of England by Henry Tyrrell (c 1860).

Lady Jane Grey. Queen of England for nine days. She was convicted of high treason in 1553, at age 16 or 17, and beheaded. #Tudor #JaneGrey

Lady Jane Grey. Queen of England for nine days. She was convicted of high treason in 1553, at age 16 or 17, and beheaded. #Tudor #JaneGrey

Lady Jane Grey, who had briefly been supported as Queen of England, and Lord Guildford Dudley, her husband, were executed in 1554 to remove them as a focus of Protestant resistance to the rule of Queen Mary I of England.

Lady Jane Grey Picture Gallery

Lady Jane Grey, who had briefly been supported as Queen of England, and Lord Guildford Dudley, her husband, were executed in 1554 to remove them as a focus of Protestant resistance to the rule of Queen Mary I of England.

Letter from Lady Jane Grey to William Parr, Marquis of Northampton, 10th July 1553. Letter written from the Tower of London, announcing her accession as Queen and requiring his allegiance and assisitance against the pretended claim of Lady Mary, ‘bastard daughter’ of Henry VIII. In a secretary’s hand, with autograph signature at the head.

Letter from Lady Jane Grey to William Parr, Marquis of Northampton, 10th July 1553. Letter written from the Tower of London, announcing her accession as Queen and requiring his allegiance and assisitance against the pretended claim of Lady Mary, ‘bastard daughter’ of Henry VIII. In a secretary’s hand, with autograph signature at the head.

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