Religious Struggles in England

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Unformatted text preview: Religious Struggles in England: Edward VI, Mary I, Elizabeth I Kings and Queens Henry VIII (died 1547) o King of England 1509-1547, founder of the Church of England & father of Edward VI, Mary I & Elizabeth I o Wives Catherine of Aragon (annulment) Mary Anne Bolin (beheaded) Elizabeth Jane Seymour (died in child birth) Edward Anne of Cleaves (divorce) Catherine Howard (beheaded for adultery) Catherine Parr: nurse (outlived him) Pope o A prisoner under Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, and Catherine of Aragon is his aunt Edward VI (died 1553) o the only son of Henry VIII & Jane Seymour & King of England 1547- 1553 Mary I (died 1558) o the only daughter of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon; was Queen of England 1553-1558 Elizabeth I (died 1603) o the only daughter of Henry VIII & Anne Boleyn & Queen of England 1558-1603 People Sir William Cecil, Lord Burghley o chief advisor to Englands Queen Elizabeth I Sir Francis Walsingham o chief advisor to Englands Queen Elizabeth I Mary Queen of Scots o Queen of Scotland 1561-1567 and mother of King James I, had a claim to...
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