Written and researched by; Frank J Dougan
The Persecution and destruction of Mary Queen of Scots by John Knox!
The mystery surrounding John Knox is an
enigma as there are no records available or details of his life prior to 1540.
Records of births at the Mitchell Library in Glasgow show two John Knox birth dates as 1505 and 1515 both born in Haddington.
There are also records of a John Knox who was a notary and was connected with the Roman Catholic Church around 1520s.
Knox was married twice and had five children, he wrote umpteen books including his
“History” yet nothing is known of his life, even in those days people celebrated
birthdays, especially since Knox had banned
Christmas and Easter.Look at the many famous people whom we know of their lives even though they came from humble backgrounds;
Written and researched by Francesco Josepa Dougan​ published by; https://FROMROME.WORDPRESS.COM

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Written and researched by Francesco Joseph Dougan

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14th of December 1542. King James V. of Scotland held his seven-day-old baby daughter Mary in his arms and with his last breath may have whispered to her?

‘My darling lassie, I’m so sorry to leave you in these dreadful times surrounded by devils. Now you will be queen, as I fear my life slipping away’.

With the death of James V. dawned an era that was about to change the world, and especially Scotland for the worst.

The Reformation and the doom and gloom of Protestantism that would plunge the country into the bloodiest period it had ever witnessed in its troubled history.

Never before or since had there been a more devious collection of contemptuous Vultures accumulated on the political stage of Scotland or England who created havoc and division, that would…

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