tudor_kings_and_queens

tudor_kings_and_queens - Henry, after being found guilty of...

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Katherine Howard b. 1520 m. 1540 d. (ex) 1542 Katherine was the fifth of Henry’s wives and never gave birth to any children. She was executed after only two years of being married to Henry, after being found guilty of committing treason. Catherine Parr b. 1512 m. 1543 d. 1548 Catherine was the last of Henry’s six wives and the only one to survive his rule whilst being married to him. She
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was a strong-headed lady who is thought to have largely influenced the life of Henry’s daughter Elizabeth, later to become Queen. Anne of Cleves b. 1515 m. 1540 div. 1540 d. 1557 Anne was married to Henry for a very short time. It is said that the portrait that was shown to Henry of Anne was misleading and that when he actually met Anne he thought she was ugly. The marriage was annulled just six months after. Jane Seymour b. 1508 m. 1536 d. 1537
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Jane was the third of Henry’s wives and perhaps the most beloved. Jane gave birth to Henry’s only male heir, Edward, who would one day become king. She died soon after his birth after getting ill from child birth. Henry wore black for three months after her death and is buried beside her at Windsor Castle. Anne Boleyn
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course HIST 202 taught by Professor Nokes during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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