Queen Elizabeth I (7 September 1533 – 24 March 1603), she was never married. The son of her cousin Mary, Queen of the Scots, The Protestant King of Scotland James VI became King of England after she died. Queen Elizabeth I was the last Tudor monarch, and she reigned for 44 years.
Margaret Douglas, countess of Lennox, (Oct. 8,1515 — March 7, 1578), she was a prominent intriguer in England during the early reign of Queen Elizabeth I.
Bess of Hardwick. Countess of Shrewsbury. (1521 - 13 February 1608), she was a business person. She rose to the highest levels of English nobility and became enormously wealthy.
Lady Arbella Stuart was an English noblewoman, She was the only child of The 1st Earl of Lennox, many saw her as a possible successor to Queen Elizabeth I.
All of the above-queen elizabeth i (1533 -1603) never married. queen elizabeth i was an independent and dominant woman who would not share her throne with a man. she would have also been required to show total obedience to her husbandbess of hardwick, countess of shrewsbury - (1521 - 1607) bess of hardwick started her life relatively poor. she married four times, became a lady in waiting to queen elizabeth and was the second most powerful elizabethan woman, next to queen elizabethlady arabella stuart - the grand daughter of bess of hardwick. groomed by bess as a future queen of england. arabella married william seymour and the two lines of descendants of both sisters of henry viii were united, and both arabella and william were claimants to the throne. lady arabella stuart was sent to the tower of london where she died in 1615