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Elizabeth I had numerous chaplains, but one was Jonas Wheeler (1543 - 1640). He was also chaplain to James I (refer Ossory Clergy and Parishes, Rev. James B. Leslie 1933). Jonas Wheeler was also Dean of Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin (1595 - 1618) and Bishop of Ossory, Ireland (1613 - 1640).
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No, Queen Elizabeth I has been dead for four hundred and five years.
No, she did not. One of her nicknames was "The Virgin Queen."
Elizabeth I did not marry!
Queen Elizabeth was liked by some as Queen, because she showed she was powerful by defeating the Spanish in the armada and also because even though she was protestant she let …catholic people practise their beliefs, and not killing them. But some people despised her and decided to try and assassinated her, but obviously it didn't work.
She was not the first queen Queen Matilda reigned in the 1100s, around 400-500 years before Elizabeth I did.
She was Queen of England.
When Elizabeth I died in 1603, a cousin, James VI of Scotland (later James I) succeeded to the throne. James I (1566 - 1625) was the great, great grandson of King Henry VII (1…457 - 1509), the first Tudor monarch and father of Henry VIII (1491 - 1547). This line of descent was through Margaret Tudor (1489 - 1541), oldest daughter of Henry VII, who married James IV of Scotland. In fact, both parents of James I, were descended from Margaret Tudor. His mother being the ill-fated Mary, Queen of Scots (1542 - 1587), and his father, the equally ill-fated, Lord Henry Darnley (1545 - 1567).
Queen Elizabeth I ruled after her sister Mary. She was in line for the thrown.
because it's recorded in a book that queen elizabeth was the first queen
People did not like her. She would burn people That we're not her religion. Queen Eluzabeth the second is nicer.
she is not she is very beautiful and polite
She had no husband. She was never married.
James I succeeded Elizabeth in 1603. His wife was Anne of Denmark. The next female monarch of the United Kingdom of Great Britain was a different Queen Anne of the House o…f Stuart in 1707.