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Later that same month, Frederick said farewell to Elizabeth and set out on a journey to join the King of Sweden on the battlefield. Things for Frederick did not go as planned and, after declining conditions set out by King Gustavus Adolphus that would have seen the Swedish King assist in his restoration, the pair parted with Frederick heading back toward The Hague.
Unfortunately, he never was reunited with Elizabeth. Since the beginning of October he had been suffering from an infection, and he died on the morning of 29 November He was 36 years old.
When Elizabeth received the news of Frederick's death, she became senseless with grief and for three days did not eat, drink, or sleep.
When Charles I heard of Elizabeth's state, he invited her to return to England; however, she refused. The rights of her son and Frederick's heir Charles Louis "remained to be fought for".
She became a patron of the arts, and commissioned a larger family portrait to honour herself and her husband, to complement the impressive large seascape of her joyous entry to the Netherlands.
Her memorial family portrait of was outdone however by Amalia van Solms who commissioned the Oranjezaal after the death of her husband Frederick Henry in — Elizabeth Stuart as a Widow , , by Gerard van Honthorst.
Elizabeth filled her time with copious letter writing and making marriage matches for her children. Her life after the death of Frederick, however, had its share of heartache.
Between his death in and her own death 30 years later, she would see the death of four more of her ten surviving children: Gustavus in , Philip in ,  Henriette Marie in , and Maurice in She would suffer another blow with the execution of her brother Charles I, King of England in early , and the removal into exile of the surviving Stuart family during the years of the Commonwealth.
The relationships with her remaining living children also became somewhat estranged, although she did spend time with her growing number of grandchildren.
She began to pay the price for having been "a distant mother to most of her own children", and the idea of going to England now was uppermost in her thoughts.
Rumours declared that the taunt which had provoked Prince Philip to murder had been a boast of the French Don Juan that he had enjoyed the favours not only of his sister, the Princess Louise, but also of their widowed mother.
Elizabeth, now determined to visit her native land, arrived in England on 26 May By July, she was no longer planning on returning to the Hague and made plans for the remainder of her furniture, clothing, and other property to be sent to her.
She then proceeded to move to Drury House , where she established a small, but impressive and welcoming, household. On 29 January she made another move, to Leicester House, Westminster , but by this time she was quite ill.
Her death caused little public stir as by then her "chief, if not only, claim to fame was as the mother of Rupert of the Rhine , the legendary Cavalier general".
Under the English Act of Settlement , the succession to the English and Scottish crowns later British crown was settled on Elizabeth's youngest daughter Sophia of Hanover and her issue.
In August , Sophia's son Elizabeth's grandson George I ascended to the throne, with the future Royal family all his descendants and hence, also descendants of Elizabeth.
The Elizabeth River in colonial Southeastern Virginia was named in honour of the princess, as was Cape Elizabeth , a peninsula, and today a town in the United States in the state of Maine.
John Smith explored and mapped New England and gave names to places mainly based on the names used by Native Americans.
When Smith presented his map to Charles I, he suggested that the king should feel free to change the "barbarous names" for "English" ones.
The king made many such changes, but only four survive today, one of which is Cape Elizabeth. According to legend, William Craven, 1st Earl of Craven , built Ashdown House in Berkshire , England, in honour of Elizabeth, although she died before the house was completed.
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Ancestors of Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of Bohemia 8. Matthew Stewart, 4th Earl of Lennox 4. Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley 9. Margaret Douglas 2. James V of Scotland 5.
Mary, Queen of Scots Mary of Guise 1. Elizabeth Stuart Christian III of Denmark 6. Frederick II of Denmark Dorothea of Saxe-Lauenburg 3.
Anne of Denmark Ulrich, Duke of Mecklenburg-Güstrow 7. Sophie of Mecklenburg Elizabeth of Denmark. The child was baptized at Edinburgh on the 28th of November and was named Elizabeth, after the Queen of England.
After the ceremony, she was proclaimed by the heralds, under the title of "Lady Elizabeth", first daughter of Scotland.
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Margaret Douglas. James V of Scotland. Mary, Queen of Scots. In , the old Queen Elizabeth I of England passed away without leaving an heir.
The throne passed to James who was crowned James I of England. As the daughter of the King of England, Elizabeth Stuart was in the public eye from a young age, and as a granddaughter of Mary Queen of Scots and god-daughter of Elizabeth I, she was well-loved in many circles.
When Guy Fawkes attempted to blow up the king and his parliament in , the plan was to replace him with Elizabeth as Queen. Despite Europe being forever at war, James I aimed to be a peaceful king and the self-styled Rex Pacificus planned to use dynastic marriages to keep peace with other nations, rather than waging war.
Frederick also happened to be the head of the Protestant Union who aimed to defend Protestants against the Catholic Habsburgs.
James had chosen an ideal match for his daughter, and it was love at first sight upon their meeting. Elizabeth and Frederick lived in wedded bliss for many years in the beautiful Palatinate town of Heidelberg, in modern-day Germany.
A number of children were born there in quick succession; Frederick Henry, Charles Louis and Elisabeth were all born within six years.
In , the Protestant subjects of Bohemia the area including and surrounding Prague were in revolt. Ferdinand of Styria was to become King of Bohemia, which was an electoral kingdom.
Ferdinand was a staunch Catholic who was determined to remove the rights of the Protestants in the region, which had been protected in the past.
Frederick accepted his election with caution and against the wishes of James I who believed that his actions were a usurpation of the true authority.
All of London was overjoyed when hearing that their beloved princess Elizabeth was to be a queen and bonfires lined the streets before the coronation.
A son named Rupert was soon born to the new King and Queen. Frederick had the support of the Protestant Princes of Orange-Nassau as well as the other Princes of the Protestant Union and the Bohemian rebels, but despite initially holding off the Imperial forces, he was later defeated at The Battle of White Mountain.
The battle was one of the factors which led to the start of the Thirty Years War, a devastating war of religion which tore the continent apart.
By 8 November , Elizabeth and Frederick were fleeing Prague. The pregnant Elizabeth sought refuge in many surrounding towns, but those unwilling to offend Emperor Ferdinand II could not help her.
Like the Virgin Mary, Elizabeth travelled from town to town to find somewhere for her lying-in, she eventually gave birth to her son Maurice in a cold, crumbling castle owned by a friend.
The saviour of the winter family was the United Provinces. Connected by blood to Frederick and enemies to the Habsburgs, the Princes of Orange provided a home at The Hague for the family as well as financial support.
Even with this money and a pension from her father James I, Elizabeth found herself deep in debt. Still clinging on to her titles of Queen and Electress and also as the Heiress Presumptive to the British throne, Elizabeth had to entertain a constant stream of ambassadors and nobles.
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