How did Margaret Clitherow die?
she was sandwiched between a rock and a wooden slab and then weights were dropped on top of her and she died
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Unless she died *really* recently and all the biography pages arebehind, she is still alive and well, living in Toronto. MargaretAtwood was born November 18, 1939.
Answer . the first American woman to take a soldier's part in the War for Liberty
Answer . She have provolel die by her husband killing her because she help another country or she just to old and die
Margaret Mansfield was the first wife of Benedict Arnold. She diedin August of 1804. It was later discovered that she died fromcancer.
of a natural death. - im not sure if that's right but i do know that after the war she was disabled and received pension and her disabilities might have to do with her death
Margaret Thatcher died on April 8, 2013 at the age of 87. On the 8th of April 2013.
Margaret Thatcher died of a stroke on April 8, 2013 at the age of 87.
Margaret Mitchell, author of Gone With the Wind , died on August 16, 1949, after being hit by a car in Atlanta, Georgia.
Margaret Thatcher was the first female prime minister of England, she was also a great influence to British politics. " Her impact on Britain was sweeping and lasting, leaving a market economy and a more right-wing Conservative party." (Travel and History)
Margaret Brown was an American socialite who became famous as aTitanic survivor. She was nicknamed as The Unsinkable Molly Brown.
The name Margaret means, pearl. It is of Greek origin.Â . The name Margaret might be of Persian origin. In the Persian origin, it means a pearl or daughter of light.Â . \n
MARGARET-THATCHER-was the first British -female-Prime-Minister-during the early eighties-until her retirement in the early nineties,when she was replaced by JOHN MAJOR. She was Prime Minister under the Conservative Government of the time. Margaret Thatcher was ..no doubt..one of the best female st…ateswoman,a brilliant woman, who played a key role in the cold war ,and as a result of her brilliant negotiating skills..she made this World a safer place for us all to live in today. She was also the first British Prime Minister to allow the common man to be able to buy their council homes..at a massive discount..hence creating substantial increases in home ownership in the UK.Subsequently a lot of poor people became very rich as a result through the equities in their discounted properties.She also introduced the privatisation of many loss making state run industries as well as services,like BT [British Telecom] and BR [British Rail] into private hands. She was also nick named the "IRON-LADY"- because no doubt that is what she was. She now happily lives in retirement ."Great leaders of her calibre are far and few in this day and age"! Another_"> Another Margaret Hilda Thatcher, is a British politician who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1979 to 1990 and Leader of the Conservative Party from 1975 to 1990. She is the first and to date only woman to hold either post. (MORE)
Margaret Mitchell, the author of Gone with the Wind, died from herinjuries after being struck by a drunk and speeding driver. Shedied at age 48 on August 16, 1949, five days after the incident.
Margaret Chase Smith died on May,29,1995 which was Memorial Day. She was 97 years old.
Chain-smoker and chain-drinker, who was basically an unhappy woman. She still made 71, and her funeral was attended by her mother who died soon afterwards. (It is said to be a terrible experience to outlive your children.)
Margaret Brent was the first woman to appear before the court ofthe Common Law in the American colonies. She assisted in providingfor soldiers and she advocated for the rights of women owningproperty.
On Neopets, you can only get the answer to the Brain Tree Questions by finishing the Esophagor quest twice, once for when and once for where. There is no other way to get the answer.. -panquequeswithsyrup
Margaret, Maid of Norway died of very bad sea sickness and dehydration. She was travelling to get married to Prince Edward II of England, at 7 years old!
You have to go to the Esphagor and feed it to answer the brain tree's questions. Even if you put the right answer in it won't work.
Margaret Ann Brady died peacefully in her sleep in 1994 at the age of 95.
There are two different women here. Margaret Wise Brown was a juvenile author of children"s books, generally low-key and upbeat- like Pussy Willow. Margaret (Molly) Brown was a Titanic survivor who was, by occupation an art dealer.
Because she put her faith first. At the time of queen Elizabeth Catholic weren't allowed to go to mass and priests weren't allowed to hold mass or preach. If you were found with a priest in your home or had any things in your home which was for intent to hold mass you could be tortured and put to de…ath. But this didn't stop Margaret Clitherow, her house was a stop for priests and she made a priest hole where priests could hid in in case of a raid from the common council. She always tried to help Catholics and always did what the Lord wanted. But she paid for it with her life. She was searched because her house had become under suspicion, the council found vestments and a chalice and a priest hole. She was put in front of a judge but didn't plead for a proper trial in front of a jury because she was scared her children would have to witness and be tortured. The penalty for not pleading fr a trial was death. She was sentenced to being executed by being crushed. She died in march on good Friday. She was stripped and put on top of a small sharp rock. A door was then put on top of her and rocks were slowly put onto her crushing her. The small rock under her broke her spin. Her death lasted 15 minuted but the weight was not lifted until 6 hours later. Her hand was said to be cut of and held in st. Marys as a relic. She was canonised (made a saint) in 1970 by Pope Paul VI. After Queen Elizabeth found out what happened she wrote a letter saying how horrified she was about her death. (MORE)
Margaret died on November 16, 1093, at Edinburgh Castle, Scotland, four days after her husband and son died in defense of the castle.
Miss Margaret was my great-great grandmother. According to her diaries, and family lore, she died from "female troubles". After Abiel died she was very sickly, always "taking to her bed".
She died on a boat from sea-sickness and dehydration on her way to Scotland to become Queen.
her dad died when he was working at the docks.. a man would have been crushed by crates, Mr. Brady pushed him out of the way but Mr. Brady got crushed... ms. Brady died when she took ill and Margaret and William had to take care of her. she had a raging fever but they called the doc. but it was too …late. (MORE)
Princess Margaret Rose Windsor died of some form of Cancer. She was in her seventies, young, as royalty goes. Queen Margherita of Italy- which can be translated as Margaret had coronary thrombosis, according to the New York Times, She was 75 but looked older with her regal white hair.
cllff row that's how it's pronounced ******************************** Is it the name of a small town called Clitheroe, Lancashire, UK? OrSaint Margaret Clitherow (1556 - 25 March 1586) English saint ofthe Catholic Church?
she died of cancer she was 73 when she died she died on 2002 February 9th
From a hartattack in a nursing home and she was asleep at the time she died
Little is known about this saint. We do not even know what century she lived and died, reportedly by beheading.
It is possible that the Tudor family suffered from a hereditary illness. Although this has not been proven by science it can be proven by history (accounts from that time in History). Margaret Beaufort (1443-1509) and her son Henry VII (1457-1509) have not been identified as having any illness howev…er Henry VIII did possibly suffer from type 1 and 2 diabetes. Henry VIII suffered from mental impairment towards the end of his life: he had a famous temper which grew worse as he aged. Margaret, although didn't have such a temper and possibly did possibly die from diabetes and strokes. As Margaret died before Henry it couldn't be documented whether they died the same way however both have been documented to have symptoms of a series of strokes before there deaths'. This may have been inherited from their mother as she died in 1503 during childbirth. Margaret Tudor (1489-1541) Henry VIII (1491-1547) Henry VII (1457-1509) Margaret Beaufort (1443-1509) (MORE)
Margaret hello is the Girl friend of Alexander graham Bell( theinventor of telephone). it is because of her that the custom of ussaying hello while answering a call came into existence. The answer above is not true. Margaret Hello is a myth thatnever existed. Some people falsely claim her to be t…he origin ofthe word "hello" which is not true. In fact, Graham Bell had a fiance named Mabel Gardiner Hubbard atthe time he was granted the patent for the telephone in 1876. Mr.Bell and Miss Hubbard were married the following year. Thomas Edison was credited for coining the word "hello" when hewrote a letter in 1877, in which he suggested that "hello" be usedto catch the attention of persons on the receiving end of thetelephone line. It may be construed that "hello" was an accidentalmisspelling of the shout of "halloo" (or other variations) whichhad been in use for some time to get the attention of a person.Edison was not known for the precision of his spelling. (MORE)
St. Margaret, Queen of Scotland was born in 1045 in Hungary, and died 16 November 1093 in Edinburgh Castle in Scotland. She was 48 years old.
Prince Phillip (10th June 1921- ) age 91 Margaret Thatcher (13th October 1925- 8th April 2013) age 87 Margaret Thatcher died first out of her and Prince Philip
He died in Africa i know it sounds weird but he traveled half across the world on his horse to Africa in search of new animal species. He founded the kookabura bird : 0 JUST KIDDING!! SRRY ANYONE PLEASE IMPROVE THIS ANSWER!
She died as an infant. It might have been plague or complications from the birth.
She had cancer and her mum killeed her coz she thought it woiuld be easeya and she let her do that to her andf she didnt care opnew bit
She died on January 16, 1800 at the age of 48 years old (birthdate:November 12, 1751).
well she is a writer, an essayist, a novelist and a poet. she haswritten over 35 books including poems and short stories.
Margaret Sanger died in 1966. She was famous for being an activists for almost her whole life concerning herself with the case for birth control after witnessing the effects of too many pregnancies, ill fated abortion attempts and unwanted children, during her time as a nurse.
Margaret Armen died on November 10, 2003, in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA of heart failure.
Margaret Field died on November 6, 2011, in Malibu, Los Angeles County, California, USA of cancer.
Margaret Howell died on July 26, 2000, in Los Angeles, California, USA of ovarian cancer.
Margaret Hurst died on November 11, 1994, in Sherman Oaks, California, USA of heart failure.
Margaret Nearing died on May 21, 1983, in Kailua, O'ahu, Hawaii, USA of throat & lung cancer.
Margaret Nusbaum died on October 31, 2004, in Lebanon, New Hampshire, USA of Cardiac Arrest.
Margaret Wycherly died on June 6, 1956, in New York City, New York, USA of stroke.
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