james i of england

  1. Albion Rising: A Henry Frederick Timeline
    Threadmarks: Chapter 1: Parliament

    Albion Rising: A Henry Frederick Timeline Chapter 1: Parliament February, 1610 James Stuart, King of England, Scotland, Ireland and France, shifted from one foot to another. He was waiting for members of his Household to appear so that they could begin the ritual that would signal...
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    Unify the English and Scottish Churches

    Basically between 1603 to 1625 James I otl tried to unify the English and Scottish churches and while he came close, he didn't manage to unify the Church of England and Scotland. How could James I accomplish this? What would be the repercussions of this? What would be the effects of it in Ireland?
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    The Union of Crowns: A Timeline
    Threadmarks: Chapter 1: The Scottish King of England

    Chapter 1: The Scottish King of England From The Union of Crowns by Robert William Johnson “It was in January of 1603 when Queen Elizabeth, first of her name, had first developed a bad cold and had been advised by her physicians and her chief astrologer, Dr. Dee to move from Whitehall to...
  4. Prince Henry Frederick Stuart lives and gets to pick a bride. Who would he choose?

    So I've been trying to figure out what would have happened if Henry Frederick Stuart didn't die prematurely. I have him marrying Catherine de'Medici (1593-1629) when he's still the Prince of Wales. When Catherine dies in 1629 he has the chance to remarry without his father's interference...
  5. What if Elizabeth Stuart married a Catholic?

    James I wanted to be seen as a peacemaker and married his children to spouses of different denominations. What if he married his son to a protestant and his daughter to a Catholic instead of the other way around? Who would be Elizabeth's Catholic groom? I've heard that Anne of Denmark wanted a...
  6. HRH Cecily

    All of James I/VI's children survive to adulthood

    So Anna of Denmark had seven children, only three of whom reached adulthood. This isn't anywhere near being a timeline, but I was wondering if anyone had any thoughts on the possible effects if all seven survived. The children are: Henry (19 February 1594) Elizabeth (19 August 1596) Margaret...
  7. Names of British monarchs

    Not discussing how alternate successions to the crown could have gone; rather, what other names the monarchs that did reign could have taken. A King of Queen can take either their first name, or a middle name. The current monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, uses her first name (Elizabeth Alexandra...
  8. Who does Henry Frederick, Prince of Wales marry?

    For some time I have been looking to write a timeline in which Henry Frederick, Prince of Wales (1594-1612) and eldest son of King James I of England, survives. However, for all my research, I have not been able to get very far due to the question of his marriage. In OTL both King James and...
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