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  1. Anne of Denmark ( Danish: Anna; 12 December 1574 – 2 March 1619) was the wife of King James VI and I, and as such Queen of Scotland from their marriage on 20 August 1589 and Queen of England and Ireland from 24 March 1603 until her death in 1619. The second daughter of King Frederick II of Denmark, Anne married James at age 14.

  2. Princess Anna Sophie of Denmark and Norway, Electress consort of Saxony Princess Wilhelmine Ernestine of Denmark and Norway Prince George of Denmark and Norway Princess Ulrika Eleonora of Denmark and Norway, Queen consort of Sweden: Charlotte Amalie of Hesse-Kassel, Queen consort of Denmark and Norway (* 27.4.1650, O 25.6.1667, † 27.3.1714)

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  4. Sep 10, 2015 · July 30, 2020 at 3:16 pm. Queen Elizabeth II has connections to King Henry VII, Maragret Tudor, Mary Queen of Scots, her son James I & VII, Queen Mary Tudor, Queen Elizabeth (daugther of Anne Boleyn) and Lord Darnley on her father’s side. Therefor she has royal blood on both sides of her parents.

  5. Sep 04, 2017 · Other royal Marys include George VI's sister Princess Mary and Denmark's Crown Princess, a Tasmanian also called Mary. ... died aged 15 and shortly after his marriage to Katherine of Aragon ...

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  6. Jul 26, 2003 · Women Writers, Readers, and Publishers. James E. May ( First published July 16, 1999. Revised and updated November 1999 and January 10, 2000. This is a selective bibliography focusing on studies related to literature written, published, and read by women. Most of the entries first appeared in the newsletter of the East-Central ...

  7. Jun 21, 2016 · Sts.Thomas More and John Fisher, martyrs. June 22 is the feast of Sts.Thomas More, martyr, and John Fisher, bishop and martyr. St. Thomas More was born in London, England and was Chancellor of King Henry VIII. He was a devoted, loving husband and father and a dedicated public servant. St. John Fisher studied Theology in Cambridge and became ...