Mary Queen of Scotts

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In what year was Mary born?
1542
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In what year was Mary executed?
1587
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What relation was Mary to Elizabeth?
Her cousin
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What religion was Mary?
strong Catholic
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Where did Mary live as a young girl?
France
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Who did she marry first of all and how old were they?
The King of France - Francis II. She was fifteen and he was fourteen.
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When did Mary's first husband die?
1560 at age sixteen
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When did Mary return to Scotland and at what age?
1561 aged 18
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Who did she marry in 1565?
her cousin Lord Darnley
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Was Lord Darnley popular in scotland? Give reasons.
No because he was violent, bad tempered and a drunkard.
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Who was Mary's seceratary and what did Darnley believe about him?
an Italian called David Rizzio. Darnley got it into his head that they were spending too much time together.
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What happened to Rizzo?
whilst at Mary's dinner party he was attacked by Darnley and a gang and was stabbed over 50 times.
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What was Mary's son called?
James
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During her marriage to Darnley, who was Mary becoming more and more attracted to?
The Earl of Bothwell
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What happened on February 9th 1567?
Mary and Darnley were at a house called Kirk O'Field. Late in the evening she remembered that she had to see some friends and rode off.That night, Kirk O'Field was blown up.Darnley's body was found in the garden of the house.
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How did Darnley die?
he had been strangled and had not died as a result of the fire.
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Did Mary ever marry Bothwell?
yes three months after the death of her previous husband.
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