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In 1553 Edward VI died of Tuberculosis and Lady Jane Grey was brought to the throne instead of Mary I, who was a Roman Catholic, that England would remain Protestant and not become Roman Catholic again when Mary was queened. Mary started to build an army and all of England wanted Mary to be queen because and when the other leaders of England found out they brought Mary to the throne and had Lady Jane Grey executed

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