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The Innocence of Lady Jane Grey Sixteenth century England has been a tumultuous time in the spiritual life of its own citizens. The Reformation and Henry VIII's 'Great Matter' had turned Catholic from Protestant. This is a period of urgency, as well as, controversy. Since Henry VIII neared the end of the rule over England, several became thirsty for electricity and awaited any chance to attain it, no matter what, or who, had been at stake. It was to thia hectic time which Jane Grey was born. A man made and grandniece into Henry VIII, Lady Jane was almost destined for disaster. Having been so naive and so eager to please, Jane has been the ideal target for exploitation. Lady Jane Grey was a innocent victim of jealousy that had been born to royalty, forced into marriage, forced onto the throne, and executed for the crime of other people. Jane Grey was born to the royal Grey household in October of 1537. At the Bradgate Manor at Leicestershire Hills that the Greys acquired their first daughter (Luke 25). Although Jane was the first child increased by her parents, childbirth was not uncommon to her mom. Frances Grey had already given birth to and missing two children, which makes her distressed to give her husband the son he wanted (Luke 25). Although disappointed, Frances and Henry Grey chose to name their child Jane in honour of the Queen, that Henry dashed off to see (Hal 1). At this same period, Queen Jane Seymour, Henry VIII's third wife, was giving birth to the king's son, Edward (Luke 26). By the age of three, Jane had started her education. Being of nobility, it was normal to begin that youthful (Hal 2). When Jane had been nine years old she moved to live with Queen Catherine Parr. Queen Catherine was the first time of Henry VIII's wives. This adventure was supposed to educate Jane the manners o.. .