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Queen Mary II (1662-1694)

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Queen Mary II of Britain
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  4 Nov 1677  CEWilliam III and Mary II were married in England.
 22 Jan 1689  CEEngland's 'Bloodless' or 'Glorious' Revolution reached its climax when the British parliament invites Mary Stuart and Prince Willem III (William of Orange) to be joint monarchs.
 21 Apr 1689  CEDutch prince William III (William of Orange) and Mary II were crowned joint Monarchs of England, Scotland and Ireland.
    1689  CEScotland dismisses Willem III and Mary Stuart as King and Queen of Scotland.
  8 Feb 1693  CEA charter was granted for the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia.
 28 Dec 1694  CEQueen Mary II of England, dies of smallpox after five years of joint rule with her husband, King William III.
 
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