Who killed lord darnley?
The murder of Lord Darnley is Histories Mystiories, to answer the question, I dont know who murdered him.
Lord Darnley was murdered at his home in Scotland the home was known up but Darnley and a few serveants escaped through the window. he ran through the forest and ran into the path of the people who had put the dynamite quickly they killed him by strangerling him. Mary's next husband was and is still believed to have orchestrated the murder
Mary went to Craigmillar supposedly for some rest away from Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh. Whilst at Craigmillar the "Craigmillar Bond" was conceived ...a plan to excute her husband Lord Darnley. Indeed , his house , Kirk O Fields , was blown up in February 1567. Darnley`s body was found in the garden courtyard...not killed by the blast...but by strangulation
Henry, Lord Darnley, (2nd husband of Mary, Queen of Scots and father to her only son, James) died in 1563 in suspicious circumstances. He was found in the garden of a house in Kirk O'Field, Scotland, where an explosion had taken place. Although the house had been blown up, it seems that Darnley and his servants managed to get out of the windows, but it would appear that they had been strangled by assailants waiting…
The father of James Stuart, who later became James I of England and James VI of Scotland, was Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley â€” however, Lord Darnley is not his official title, and is merely used in contemporary narratives, by English agents. He was born on December 7, 1545, and died at the age of just 21 years, on February 10, 1567 - when James I was just eight months old.
The Hon Sir Darnley Alexander C.F.R C.B.E Lord Chief Justice of Nigeria 1975 - 1979 born in Saint Lucia, West Indies on January 28th 1920 and married to the late Mildred Alexander, they were survived by their children Dr Michael Alexander and Margaret Ann Alexander. Margaret Ann married into the Nelson-Cole Cole family providing Sir Darnley with his first and only grandchildren Karen Ann and Andrew Alexander Nelson-Cole. Sir Darnley Alexanders dedication to his profession…
No, Mary Queen of Scots (1542 - 1587), was not proven to have killed a family member of Elizabeth I (1533 - 1603). Although it was suspected she was complicit in the death of her second husband, Lord Henry Darnley (1545 - 1567), and as Darnley's grandmother was Margaret Tudor, Elizabeth's aunt, that is where the family relationship came from.