No. It was an anarchist and his fellow plotters.
At first there was 14 but when the government found the plotters in Holbeach House on the 7th November they only found 13.
If I remember correctly, they were caught, because one or all the plotters went to the gunpowder filled room to check if everything was ready and one of the guards caught them while they were doing that.
Robert Catesby (leader of the plot) John Johnson Thomas Wintour that is three of the plotters
they wanted a Catholic monarch on the throne they wanted a Catholic monarch on the throne
The King's guards found Guy Fawkes about to light the gunpowder.
I think you mean Francis Tresham and he was one of the plotters
the plotters were all catholic and the leader was called Robert Catesby and theother main plotters wereGuido FawkesThomas and Robert WinterChristopher and John WrightThomas Percy
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Good question! All the plotters were catholics, their king however, and most of the members of Parliament were protestants. So the plotters planed to destroy the houses of Parliament with the protestants inside!
Guy Fawkes, Robert Catesby, Christopher Wright, John Wright and Thomas Percy.
there were 5 gun powder plotters at the beginning but they grew to about 14
yes they did
cause his granny threw fecies at them
the gunpowder plot started in 1605
The gunpowder plot is where somone made a plot with gunpowder
There were 13 gun-powder plotters
The Gunpowder Plot of 1605 is also referred to as the Gunpowder Treason Plot. This plot was a plot to blow up James the First. One can learn more specifics about this plot on the History website.
Robert Catesby was the originator of the plot idea and the leader of the gunpowder plot. Christoph
In the Gunpowder Plot, the gunpowder was located underneath the House of Lords. Everyone that participated in the plot was sentenced to death.