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If you mean Edward VI (1537 - 1553), son of Henry VIII and his third wife Jane Seymour:

Before he died, Protestant king Edward VI was persuaded to name the Protestant Lady Jane Grey (1537 - 1554) as his successor, because the true heir to the throne, his eldest sister Mary, was a staunch Roman Catholic. Jane was a great granddaughter of the first Tudor king, Henry VII, through her grandmother Princess Mary Rose Tudor, the younger sister of Henry VIII. Four days after Edward died (6 July 1553), and promoted by her fiercely ambitious father in law, the Protestant Duke of Northumberland, Jane, just a pawn in a power game, was proclaimed Queen. However there was surprisingly popular support for Mary Tudor and soon it was clear that Jane was not going to be able to hold on to the throne and so she was persuaded, by her father, to step down, leaving a 9 days reign behind her. Mary I took her rightful position as Queen, and Jane and her supporters were arrested, eventually tried for treason and executed. Jane and her husband, Guildford Dudley, were beheaded on 12 February 1554.

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The rulers of England during Tudor times were:

1485 - 1509 Henry VII

1509 - 1547 Henry VIII

1547 - 1553 Edward VI

July 1553 Jane Grey

1553 - 1558 Mary I

1558 - 1603 Elizabeth I

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