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children of Queen Catherine of Aragon and King Henry VIII

Children of Queen Catherine of Aragon and King Henry VIII. This may give some insight into why he was so crazed to abandon Catherine for a younger woman that would sire an heir to the throne.

Framlingham Castle in Suffolk once belonged to Mary Tudor, the eldest daughter of King Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon. In 1552, the castle became hers after the death of Thomas Howard, the third Duke of Norfolk. She had already been granted most of the Howard estates in East Anglia in Henry VIII's will of 1547.

Framlingham Castle in Suffolk once belonged to Mary Tudor, the eldest daughter…

Locket of Mary Tudor, Queen of France's hair: ‘Hair of Mary Tudor Queen of France cut from her head Sep 6 1784 when her tomb at St Edmundsbury was opened H.W.’

Locket of Mary Tudor, daughter of Henry VII, Queen of France's hair: ‘Hair of Mary Tudor Queen of France cut from her head Sep 6 1784 when her tomb at St Edmundsbury was opened H.

Grave of King Henry VIII, Jane Seymour, Charles I and apparently, infant child of Anne...

The tomb of Henry VIII, Jane Seymour, Charles I, and an infant child of Queen Anne Boleyn.

24 June 1509 – Coronation of Henry VIII & Catherine of Aragon | Henry VIII & his new bride were crowned King & Queen at Westminster Abbey on Midsummer’s Day 1509. Henry decided he & his Queen would have a joint coronation & this was to be their big event rather than their wedding which was a rather low key & private affair at Greenwich Palace. There is no denying that their coronation was a lavish & very public event, followed by a special tournament & two days of merriment, jousting…

24 June 1509 - Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon crowned at Westminster Abbey - Henry VIII and his first wife, Catherine of Aragon, were crowned king and queen at a joint ceremony at Westminster Abbey on June the feast of St John the Baptist.

Dressing like an Elizabethan Woman was no small task. Often they wore up to 6 different layers.

Catherine Parr, Sixth wife of Henry VIII - attributed to Master John, oil on panel, circa

This is Henry VIII's personal attempt to seek an annulment of his marriage to Catherine of Aragon.This is Henry VIII's personal attempt to seek an annulment of his marriage to Catherine of Aragon.  Dated January 18 1529 and signed by Henry VIII.This document represents the beginning of one of the most significant events in British history.Dated January 18 1529 and signed by Henry VIII.

Henry VIII's personal divorce plea - the letter that changed the course of history. It is addressed to Cardinal Benedetto de Accolti, the Bishop of Ravenna, requesting a divorce from wife Katherine of Aragon & Dated January 1529 www.

Opening Trial Document from the Trial of Anne Boleyn

Opening Trial Document from the Trial of Anne Boleyn This document is the record of the beginning of the trial of Anne Boleyn and her brother, George. It is part of a set of records that document the fall of Anne Boleyn and the charges made against.

Possibly the last walk of Anne Boleyn from her apartments to the scaffold site. An alternate route was through the White Tower...

Possibly the last walk of Anne Boleyn from her apartments to the scaffold. An alternate route was through the White Tower. Anne Boleyn (c.

ANNE BOLEYN'S NEW TESTAMENT COPY - WRITTEN IN ENGLISH   1534

Image detail for -Mary Tudor/Eustace Chapuys - Leave Me Your Stardust - lady-mary-tudor .

Katherine Parr's prayer book - She was Henry VIII's 6th wife and the first published woman author in England. On the left page is a hand written letter to Katherine from Henry and on the bottom right Katherine's signature as Queen.

Signature of Henry VIII's last queen, Katherine Parr. Jane Dudley, then Viscountess Lisle, was one of the witnesses to the king and queen's wedding.

Letter from Jane Seymour found after 469 years informing Henry VIII of the birth of his son!! Amazing!!!!

'We be delivered a prince': Letter informing Henry VIII of his longed-for son's birth is found after 469 years in stately home

Letter from Jane Seymour found after 469 years informing Henry VIII of the birth of his son!! Amazing!!!!

Rare document with the signature “Anna the Queen”

A document bearing the signature ‘Anne the Queen’, written by Anne of Cleves during her short time as Queen of England

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