Lady Jane Grey

Here are some articles on this teenage queen who many see as a heroine and martyr, but who was she and what happened to her?

Lady Jane Grey’s Execution

Lady Jane Grey 1936 Film

4 thoughts on “Lady Jane Grey”

  1. Deana says:

    Your link – Lady Jane Grey Facts – is not connected to a page. Thank you.

  2. Amanda Taylor says:

    I should like to know what happened to Lady Jane Grey’s siblings. Does anyone know of any good resources on the subject?

    1. Claire says:

      Yes, Leanda de Lisle’s “The Sisters Who Would be Queen” is about all three Grey sisters and is meticulously researched.

  3. I was watching a movie from 1986 titled Lady Jane. The relationship between Lady Jane and Dudley started out being rather odd but ended a kind one in the movie. Books that I have taken the time to read say differently though. Does anyone know which it was by any chance?
    A good relationship or as good as could be at that time or a bad one forced on Jane?
    I would be very interested to find out.
    Do they have any actual proof of anything? I know that proof is probably hard to come by when it had to do with 1500 or so. I’m not one to love something that can not be proven though.
    One of the things that interests me is that from what I have read Jane did not want Dudley to be king due to the way he treated her. Yet, due to the fact that they were married if that were in fact true, wouldn’t he automatically be crowned after she was? If he took her feelings into account, not only would that probably be documented but that would make most of the harsh things written about him untrue.
    Thank you ahead of time for any help on this subject.

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