Year should not be greater than current year. As your graces displeasur against me most Iniustlie conceaned, hath be[en] and is to my wretched hart a burthen grevous and almost intollerabill, so is the testimonye of a clean conscience to me a stay and vphold that in desperation I sink not, how vehement that ever the temptations appear, for in GODDis presence my conscience beareht me reacord that maliciouslie nor of purpose I inoffended your grace, nor your realme. His famous tract The First Blast of the Trumpet against the Monstrous Regiment of Women (‘regiment’ meaning rule or regime), was published just a few months before Elizabeth became queen. Your account has been locked for 30 minutes due to too many failed sign in attempts. Whiche yf ye now refuse and. You are only allowed to leave one flower per day for any given memorial. John Knox was a famous Protestant reformer in Scotland. Your password must be at least 8 characters, Please check the I'm not a robot checkbox, If you want to be a Photo Volunteer you must enter a ZIP Code or select your location on the map. Make sure that the file is a photo. She even once said that “she would rather face the armies of England than the prayers of John Knox"; she "hated and feared" John Knox. May it please your majestie that it is heir [here] certainlie spoken that the Quen of Scotland traveleht [travails, or is attempting] earnestlie to have a treatiss intitilled the ferst blast of the trompett [con]futed by the censure of the learned in divers realmes, and father that she lauboreht to inflambe the hartes of princess against the writer And becaus that it may appear that your majestie hath interest, that she myndeht [mindeth] to travall with your grace, your graces counsall, and learned menn for Judgement against such a common enemey to womenn and to thare regiment. DESCENDANTS+COUSINS - John Knox,Reformer By user August 07, 1998 at 01:03:48. John Knox to Elizabeth, 6 August 1561 (SP 52/6 f.119). A system error has occurred. Thanks for your help! We have set your language to We have a volunteer within fifty miles of your requested photo location. ). For Edits select Suggest Edits on the memorial page. While her father disapproved, Marjorie’s mother, Elizabeth, was one of Knox… Please try again later. Mary shared Elizabeth’s hatred of Knox and, as his letter shows, tried to have it censured. The mighty Spreit of the Lord Iesus move your hart to vnderstand what is said, geve vnto yow the discretion of spirittes, and so reull yow in all your actlonis and interprisis that in yow GOD may be glorified, His church edified, and ye your self as a livelie member of the sam[e] may be an exempill and mirroure of vertew and of godlie Lief till others. etc. And as concerning your regiment how could? There is a problem with your email/password. During this time period, people such as John Knox and Nicholas Heath discriminated against Elizabeth because they believed that women were unfit to rule on a religious basis. John Knox Born c. 1514 Place of Birth Haddington, West Lothian, Scotland Died 24 November 1572 Place of Death Edinburgh Cause of Death Stroke Spouse/s. Close this window, and upload the photo(s) again. Yf I were wer[e] asweall disposed till accuse, as som of them (till thair owne schame) haue declared thame selves I nothing dowbt but that in few wordis I should lett ressonabill men vnderstand that som that this Day lowlie crouche to your grace, and lauboure to make me odious in your eyes, did in your aduersitie neyther shew thame selvis faithfull frendis to your grace, neyther yit so loving and cairfull ouer thair native cuntry as now thai wold be esteamed. GREAT NEWS! You need a Find a Grave account to add things to this site. Knox loved his life in Berwick and, later, Newcastle. All photos uploaded successfully, click on the Done button to see the photos in the gallery. As your graces displeasur against me … Please check your email and click on the link to activate your account. Archives, Open Government Licence