Who was Queen Elizabeth the firsts chaplain?
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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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Queen Elizabeth The First didn't marry. She supposedly stayed unmarried and a virgin until her death. She claimed to be married to her country. This was because by marrying a man and having children she believed she would be portrayed as a weak Queen and feared her throne would have been usurped.… The more romantic feel it was because she couldn't marry the man that she really loved, Robert Dudley. This was because when Elizabeth became Queen, Dudley was married, and then his wife Amy had died under mysterious circumstances a few years later. Although Robert Dudley was cleared of any wrongdoing in the matter, Elizabeth could not marry him because of the scandal that would no doubt arise. ( Full Answer )
Answer . Why do you think she got AIDS? Their hygiene was so poor; many didn't bathe but once a month, some once a year. They had plagues, smallpox, and other diseases that didn't even have names.
Answer . There is NO British Elizabeth III . The present reigning monarch is Elizabeth II.
Elizabeth 1st reign is remembered for many reasons but two of the more important were: 1. The execuion of Mary, Queen of Scots in 1587. 2.The Spanish Armanda of 1588 3. strengthening England
Queen Elizabeth the 1st was given private tuition at home as a girl, she did not attend a school.
Queen Elizabeth 1st often had her Ladies-in-waiting wash her hair in lye and clean her teeth with soap and a linen cloth. They would decorate her curls with flowers of jewels. Her face was covered in a white makeup made of poisonous lead , egg whites, and poppy s eeds (she made this her self to fi…x her complection). ( Full Answer )
Elizabeth I, was important from her birth in 1533. She was the only surviving child of Henry VIII by his 2nd queen, Anne Boleyn.
The Spanish Armada had been defeated, England started turning protestant and they strated to come together
Elizabeth's First Love . When Elizabeth's father Henry VIII died, Elizabeth remained with her stepmother, Catherine Parr. Catherine later married Thomas Seymour, who Elizabeth supposedly loved and who might have been her first love. After an uncomfortable closeness developed between them, she was… sent to live with Sir Anthony Denny in Cheshunt. Denny had been a close confidant of Henry VIII. ( Full Answer )
As far as England goes, yes. Scotland had another virgin queen, Margaret, who died aged 7. There were numerous other virgin queens.
Her full name was just Elizabeth Tudor. then it was Queen Elizabeth Tudor 1, supreme governor head of the church and defender of all faith.
Queen EElizabeth I achieved a lot when she was queen. she let her country to victory,she settled religious issue's England richer and a lot more things. And not forgetting shedid all this without a king by her side.
she wore them because in those days they were the fashion and QE was always somebody who had to be at the height of fashion so that people would respect her. TA DA
No, ( if you meant elizabeth the first) her half sister Mary (known as Bloody Mary) was.
Queen Elizabeth the first was born in England in the king's tower. She was born from Anne Boylen. She was the first and only child. She had a brother but he was a miss carrage. more specifically Greenwich tower.
Queen Elizabeth I was the daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn.Her siblings were Mary I of England, Edward VI of England, andHenry Fitzroy, 1st Duke of Richmond and Somerset. Queen Elizabeth Ibecame Queen in 1558, when she was 25-years old. She is consideredby many to be the greatest monarch in En…glish history. ( Full Answer )
Elizabeth may or may not have wanted children. Her problem was that she could only have children if she had a husband. She didn't want a husband because any man she married would probably had the political clout to take her throne just because he was a man. Queen Elizebeth didn't want any children… because she wanted to focus on England and she didn't want any distractions to interfere. So she never got married and she didn't have any kids . ( Full Answer )
Although there were rumors about a dalliance between Elizabeth & Thomas Seymour (at the time serving as her guardian), there is no evidence that Elizabeth was ever pregnant or suffered a miscarriage. One of her titles in history is the virgin queen, that sorta suggests something.
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 assassinate…d her, but obviously it didn't work. ( Full Answer )
No, they share the same father Henry VIII. Mary's mum was Catherine of Aragon and Elizabeth's Anne Boleyn.
It"s a way out guess but probably as Elizabeth I never married and was not a ( Family Woman) Victoria had many children, in contrast.
Anne Boleyn, was her mother. Henry VIII was her father. She had a sister named Mary who ended up being the Queen of Scots(sound familiar) and a brother named Edward VI.
The picture of Queen Elizabeth with an animal is probably an ermine, circa 1585. Why an ermine? The ermine was prized for its tail, which was pure white with a black tip. According to legend, the ermine would rather die than soil its pure white coat so it came to stand for purity. And as wearin…g ermine was restricted to royalty and high nobility, it also came to be seen as a status symbol. So I would assume she had a pet, "ferret!" ( Full Answer )
She did not take long trips but some times she would go in wagons to the country side
Trought her love to England she became the most popular monarch of her mother counntry, an exceptionally gifted strategist and a fair judger. Elizabeth got a better education than other girls at that time. She learnd about literary humaniores rhetoric, history and moral philosophy. She spoke four la…nguages which helped her with diplomatic connections. Elizabeth had the opinion that people with different religions were all her people and she could never let people die because of her religious belief. ( Full Answer )
She had a (half) brother: Edward VI and also an illegitimate half-brother, Henry Fitzroy, Duke of Richmond. Both Edward and Henry died when they were in their teens. She may have had another couple of illegitmate half-brothers, but this cannot be confirmed.
she brushed he teeth with suger because she thought that only richpeople do that that is why her teeth were black
She was not the first queen Queen Matilda reigned in the 1100s, around 400-500 years before Elizabeth I did.
The parents of Elizabeth I did not divorce. Her father was Henry VIII and her mother was his second wife, Anne Boleyn. Unfortunately, Anne Boleyn was unable to provide Henry with a male heir, having given birth only to Elizabeth and suffering two miscarriages over two years. When Henry tired of Anne…, she was accused of various trumped up charges such as witchcraft, adultery and incest, and found guilty. Anne Boleyn was executed on 19 May 1536, when Elizabeth was only 3 years old. Henry got engaged to Jane Seymour the next day. ( Full Answer )
Queen Elizabeth I (1533 - 1603), daughter of Henry VIII (1491 - 1547) by his second wife Anne Boleyn (c1501-07 - 1536), had the following siblings: Mary I (1516 - 1558) by Catherine of Aragon - first wife (1485 - 1536) Edward VI (1537 - 1553) by Jane Seymour - third wife (c1504-09 - 1537) Ca…therine of Aragon did give birth to six children, but apart from Mary, they were stillborn or died within a few weeks. Anne Boleyn had at least two miscarriages. Anne of Cleves (1515 - 1557) Catherine Howard (c1520 - 1542) Katherine Parr (c1512 - 1548) did not bear Henry any children. Henry also had an acknowledged illegitimate son: Henry Fitzroy (1519 - 1536) Duke of Richmond (by Henry's mistress Elizabeth Blount) There may have been other illegitimate children, possibly by Mary Boleyn, (and in particular her son, Henry Carey) another of Henry's mistresses and sister of Anne Boleyn; but they have not been confirmed or acknowledged, mainly because of the timing of the relationship between the King and Mary Boleyn. ( Full Answer )
It was in the spring of l603, Queen Elizabeth I ( Elizabeth Tudor) having died on March 24-25 of that year. An unusual feature by modern standards is that there were no flowers. but plenty of pomp,. massed banners, mourning costumes, etc.
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 (1457 - 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). ( Full Answer )
Elizabeth I (1533 - 1603) would have had many forms of entertainment, some of them rather cruel to our modern sensibilities. For example, bear baiting, bull baiting, dog fighting, cockerel fighting, hunting with dogs and hawks, watching jousts, theatre, card games, dice, board games such as chess, d…ancing (Henry VIII and Elizabeth I loved dancing, and both danced well), music (again something Henry VIII and Elizabeth I excelled at). ( Full Answer )
wueen alizabeths forst job was to behead every fellow member of the partner ship of the cathedral
No. She made a vow after her father had Catherine Howard executed to never marry and always kept that promise.
There was no Queen after Elizabeth I, she was succeeded by King James I, the first Stuart king. The next queen after her would be Mary II, whose coronation was in 1689.
Queen Elilzabeth the first faced many dangers during her reign. Hailed as the virgin queen, she was subject to a number of assasination attempts by Catholic supporters and was even excommunicated by the Pope who was quoted as saying that "To kill the queen of England would not be a sin". Mary Queen… of Scots (a catholic who claimed to be the 'true' Queen of England ) imprisoned by Elizabeth in the Tower of London was eventually blamed for the assassination attempts. A number of coded messages calling for the death of Elizabeth was intercepted, allegedly having been sent by Mary. Eventually this lead to the beheading of Mary queen of Scots. This in turn eventually lead to the declaration of war by Spain and the Spanish Armada. Had the Armarda been sucessful then it is likely that Queen Elizabeth the First would have been executed and England subject to Spanish rule. Having once been a favourite of Elizabeth, The ambitious Duke of Essex became disgruntled at what he claimed were conspirators in the palace who were lying to the Queen. With the some support he made an attempt to attack the palace in a coup d'etat. This was violently put down by the armed guard of the palace and lead to the arrest and subsequent beheading of the Duke. ( Full Answer )
Queen Elizabeth I ruled after her sister Mary. She was in line for the thrown.
Elizabeth I was a good queen, but there are many people who would say she was not "nice." She executed and exiled people both to protect her throne and for reasons of personal jealousy. She also persecuted those who wanted to follow the Roman Catholic Church instead of the Anglican Church her father… had formed. ( Full Answer )
King James. We have a river named for him right here in Virginia. We did have a town, Jamestown the first capitol of Virginia. There is even a version of the Bible that is named for King James. King James IV and I.
Queen Elizabeth's cousin was Mary queen of Scott's- who then had a son ( James 1st ) who became king of England after Elizabeth died without an heir. - she was know for being extremely catholic. Where as Elizabeth was prosant. and when Mary tried to take the throne from Elizabeth, Elizabeth killed M…ary Which then drove Phillip of Spain (also a very strong Catholic start the Spanish Amanda. ( Full Answer )
Matilda of Flanders was the wife of William the Conqueror and, as such, the first queen consort of the Kingdom of England. Matilda was crowned queen in 1068. Queen Mary I, daughter of Henry VIII, was England's first queen regnant - a female monarch who reigns in her own right (in contrast to a …queen consort, who is the wife of a reigning king). She was also known as Mary Tudor and Bloody Mary (on account of the religious persecutions which prevailed during her reign). After her brother Edward VI died on 6 July 1553 there was a failed plot to place Lady Jane Grey on the throne and Mary was declared queen of England in July 1553. ( Full Answer )
Queen Elizabeth I was the daughter of King Henry VIII and (Queen) Anne Boleyn. As such, owing to the rules of male primogeniture, Elizabeth was third in line to the English throne after her younger brother Edward, then her older sister Mary. Upon Henry's death, Edward became king. Upon Edward's deat…h, Mary became queen. Elizabeth became queen upon the death of Mary in 1558. Elizabeth's life and subsequent reign, is one of the most intriguing stories in the history of British monarchy. I strongly recommend reading a quality biography of Elizabeth, such as Allison Weir's or David Starkey's. ( Full Answer )
People did not like her. She would burn people That we're not her religion. Queen Eluzabeth the second is nicer.
A number of sources suggest that Elizabeth I celebrated Christmas by tricking Sir Walter Raleigh into her presence with a series of elaborate, quixotic clues. She would then proceed to strap one on and.. Boom! Right up the clucker!
The Queen was proud of her lifelong virginity, and didn't want to disrupt her ruling by marrying because of how she noticed previous rulings were ruined by marriage.
Queen that ruled as absolute as her father Henry VIii. She was intelligent but a queen who liked others to do her dirty work
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 of Stuart in 1707.
"I declare before you all that my whole life, whether it be long orshort, shall be devoted to your service and the service of ourgreat imperial family to which we all belong." If I'm not mistakenthat's what I remember I said word by word.
She is regarded as one of England's greatest monarchs (Gloriana).She was a good much loved Queen and reigned over a time of greatflowering of the arts (eg Shakespeare) and kept England stabeincluding defeating the great Spanish invasion fleet.