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Lord White
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Biographical Information
Real Name: Lord White
Title: Lord White
Religion: Catholic
Originally From: England
Wife: Lady Keira
Affiliations: Kingdom of England
Physical Description
Gender: Male Male
Status: Deceased
Character Information
First appearance: With Friends Like These (Mentioed)


Character Flag - England Male Lord Married Season 4

Lord White was engaged, and later married Lady Keira.

Early lifeEdit

Season 4Edit

Lady Keira and Lord Darnley are in love and want to get married. However, Lady Keira is promised to Lord White by her family. When Lord Darnley is summoned to English Court by Queen Elizabeth she brokers a deal with him. [1]

Lord Darnley promises not to marry Queen Marry of Scotland, and in return, Queen Elizabeth will pay off Keira's dowry to her family so she and Lord Darnley can marry. However before the sum could be paied in secret by a single horseman, Lord Narcisse arranged his murder. [2]

Lord Darnley stops into visit Keira on his way to Scotland with his mother, Lady Lennox. He promises he will return for her in a week and they will meet at their special place. Before he returns, Keira receives a letter from him, breaking things off, so she marries Lord White. [2] [3]

Mary and Darnley talk about his former relationship with Lady Keira, and Queen Mary accuses him of having an affair. He denies it, informer her she is already married to Lord White. [4]

Keira was sick and weak with fever, an later died after being stuck by a cart in Scotland, after James Stuart forced her to her feet, and back to England. [5]

John Knox had been corresponding with Lord White after Lady Keira's passing. Informing him that his late wife was having an affair with Lord Darnley, and advised White on the perfect opportunity to avenge his wife's honor. Via a secret meeting, meaning Darnley would be unprotected and away from the castle. Lord White was already en route to Scotland to murder the future King before Mary Stuart could marry him. James Stuart went ahead and stopped him at the border crossings just before dawn. [6]

References Edit

  1. With Friends Like These.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Betrothed.
  3. Leaps of Faith.
  4. Hanging Swords.
  5. Unchartered Waters.
  6. Pulling Strings.
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