Who was referred to as "Bloody Mary"?

Mary I of England
Mary Magdalene, disciple of Jesus
Mary Rose, a Tudor warship
Mary Ann Nichols, the first murder victim of Jack the Ripper
Mary restored Roman Catholi­cism after the short­-lived Protes­tant reign of her half-broth­er Edward VI. Her so­bri­quet "Bloody Mary" was given by Protes­tant op­ponenet­s, as she had over 280 re­li­gious dis­senters burned at the stake during the per­se­cu­tion­s. Her re-estab­lish­ment of Roman Catholi­cism was reversed after her death by Eliz­a­beth I

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Mary I of England
Mary Magdalene, disciple of Jesus
Mary Rose, a Tudor warship
Mary Ann Nichols, the first murder victim of Jack the Ripper
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Mary I of England
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Mary Rose, a Tudor warship
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