Elizabeth I - This person's mother was beheaded while she was a baby.
Mary I - This person hoped to restore Catholicism to England.
Mary Stuart - This person became a rival in her bid to be named presumptive heir, was known as the Queen of Scots, and had a son named James.
Sir William Cecil - This person was the Principal Secretary of State, born in 1520, and was educated at Stamford Grammar School and St. John's College.
Edward VI - This person embraced Protestantism and contracted tuberculosis, dying on July 8, 1553.
Robert Dudley - This person was a married adviser and received the name Earl of Leicester to make him more attractive to potential women.
Sir Francis Walsingham - This person was a Protestant, a member of the Privy Council, represented the Queen in her marriage negotiations, and was in the service of the monarch since 1568.
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