Posted By Claire on November 13, 2017
On this day in history, 13th November 1553, Lady Jane Grey (former Queen Jane), her husband Lord Guildford Dudley, his brothers Ambrose and Henry, and Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury, were tried for treason in a public trial at Guildhall in London.
They were all found guilty and were condemned to death, the men being sentenced to be hanged, drawn and quartered, and Jane to be burned alive or beheaded.
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Photo: Guildhall, London, by Tim Ridgway.