What religion were England in 1625?
In 1625, the King was Charles I. He was of the Stuart lineage and Protestant. There was still much tension between Protestant and Catholic churches and persecution was commonplace. No lasting settlement was reached until James II converted to Catholicism, fathered a son in the Catholic faith and was usurped by Parliament in 1688. William III became King in that year on the strength of his wife's descent from the Stuart line and they reigned as joint monarchs. Being a Dutchman, he was not Catholic (which is what Parliament wanted) but nor was he an adherent to the Church of England - so forced Parliament to pass an Act which permitted freedom of worship (including Catholics). This came to a final settlement in 1701, which permitted much Catholic activity - but denied them any accession to the Crown. Thus it is today that no Catholic, nor anybody married to a catholic, can become King or Queen.
King James I ruled England in 1603-1625 when Elizabeth I died.
James Ist of England, who was also King James II of Scotland.
In 1625, King James ruled England. His coronation was on July 25, 1603. He was preceded by Elizabeth I, and his successor was Charles I.
James I of England ruled England from March of 1603 - March of 1625. He ruled Scotland from July of 1567 - March of 1625.
James I reigned as King of England from 1603 to 1625. He was also James VI of Scotland from 1567 till 1625.
James I was the King of England from 1603 to 1625.
He ruled England, Ireland and Scotland jointly for 22 years from 1603 to 1625. He ruled England and Ireland as King James I for 22 years from 1603 to 1625 and he ruled Scotland as King James VI for 58 years from 1567 to 1625.
James I of the House of Stuart was the ruler of England from 1603 to 1625.
James I of England (1566-1625) was succeeded by Charles I upon his death on March 27th, 1625 CE.
King James I of England, born 1566, died 1625
Charles 1 in 1625
Charles I was king 1625-1649.
James I was the first Stuart to be king of England and Ireland from 1603 to 1625 and king of Scotland from 1567 to 1625.
James VI & I (19 June 1566 - 27 March 1625) was King of Scots as James VI from 1567 to 1625, and King of England and Ireland as James I from 1603 to 1625.
James 1st of England and the Vl th. of Scotland reigned 1603 - 1625
James was King of Scotland as James (VI) from 1567 until 1625. He became the King of England on 1630 until 1625 which he ruled as James (I).
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James l...1603 - 1625
March 27th 1625. James I of England is the same as VI of Scotland. James Stuart or Stewart died on 16th of march 1625 of dysentery.
Yes. James I ruled England from 24 March 1603 - 27 March 1625.
Charles I crowned King of England, Scotland and Ireland on 27th March 1625.
charles 1 ruled england for 82 years between 1603 and 1625.
Louis XIII of France reigned from 1601 to 1643. The monarchs of England at this time were Elizabeth I who reigned from 1558 to 1603 James I who reigned from 1603 to 1625 Charles I who reigned from 1625 to 1649
Elizabeth I- 1558 -1603. James I- 1603 - 1625.
No, she died in 1603 and was succeeded by James I of England (he was also James VI of Scotland). He died in 1625.
King Charles I of England, Scotland and Ireland became king on 27th March 1625. Charles I Reigned from 1625 to 1649. (That's the English/UK one)
James I was succeeded by his son, Charles I, in 1625.
Catholic was the original religion in England.
In British history there are two James 1sts. James I King of Scots (1394-1437) and James VI of Scotland who became James I of England (1566-1625). The first was a Roman Catholic the second was a Presbyterian in Scotland and an Anglican (episcopalian) in England, as british monarchs still are.
The 106 men were from England and the Church of England was the primary religion of England in 1607.
The Church of England (the Anglican Church) is the official state religion of England.
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tianity was the main religion of England
27th March 1625, also King of Scotland and Ireland
Charles I succeeded James I as king on 27 March 1625.
James 1st of England reigned March 24, 1603-March 27, 1625
William Shakespeare died 1616 King James I of England died 1625
James VI and I (19 June 1566 - 27 March 1625.
The Church of England - a branch of Christianity. England has a state religion--the Anglican Church. 75% of English residents belong to this religion.
As King of the Scots 24th July 1567 until 27th March 1625. He was also King of England and Ireland from the 24th March 1603 until 27th March 1625
England major practiced religion is Protestantism.
The main religion in medieval England was Catholicism
Between 1625 and 1648, Charles I was the ruler of England and Scotland. Then in 1948 the King was Charles II. By the smartest person in the World YK
James I of England was alive from 19 June 1566 to 27 March 1625.
Elizabeth I until her death in March 1603, then James I through to 1625.
James I ruled from 1603-1625 (justunder 22 years).
he became king in 1625-1649 , he was king of England, Ireland and Scotland, its cool
James VI of Scotland became James 1 of England between 1603 and 1625
Charles ruled for 26 years. This was between when 1625 and 1651 (the day he was executed).
Charles I - was king of England, Scotland and Ireland from 27 March 1625 until his execution in 1649.