Jane Grey and Guildford Dudley Marry Setting Up the Events of Their Downfalls
british-history: Lady Jane Grey t, 10 July 1553. She was chosen by her cousin King Edward VI to succeed to the throne because she was a Protestant, but she was queen for only 9 days. The Privy Council then reversed its position and chose to support the Catholic Lady Mary, Edward’s half-sister.
Miniature of Lady Jane Grey (1536/1537 – 12 February 1554). Her married name was Jane Dudley, and she's also known as The Nine Days' Queen. An English noblewoman and de facto monarch of England from 10 July until 19 July 1553. She was subsequently executed. The great-granddaughter of Henry VII through his younger daughter Mary, Jane was a first cousin once removed of Edward VI.
"Jane" carved into the wall of a room in the Beauchamp Tower in the Tower of London. It is believed (no absolute proof available) that it was carved by Guildford Dudley, husband of Lady Jane Grey. They were both executed (along with a number of other people) for trying to put Jane on the throne.
Sue's Dear Jane Quilt, quilted by Telene Jeffrey | Lady Jane Quilting. 100 plus hours of quilting, approx. 8000m thread. The quilting was done on the white fabric only; she stitched in the ditch around all of the colored pieces