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On July 11, 1469, George, Duke of Clarence married into one of the most influential families in England, the Nevilles. Isabel Neville was the eldest daughter of Richard, Earl of Warwick.
On June 26, 1483, Richard III acceded the throne. It would be a shock for England, who expected Edward V's coronation. Edward V is known as one of the Princes in the Tower, but what happened to him?
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Richard, Duke of Shrewsbury joined Edward V in the Tower of London on June 16, 1483. However, some historians and people question whether it was really him, and whether his mother tricked everyone.
Margaret Beaufort was born on May 31, 1443. From the age of 13, she was a mother and soon had one goal in mind: get her son on the English throne. It was because of her that the Tudor dynasty began.
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On May 3, 1415, Cecily Neville was born. She would become the mother to two kings, and the grandmother of a queen consort. Find out more about her life.
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On April 23, 1445, Henry VI married Margaret of Anjou. It was arguably one of the steps that would lead to the Wars of the Roses, since Henry VI secretly gave away two lands to the French.
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March 6, 1340 was the day that John of Gaunt was born. His birth led to the births of Henry IV and the Beaufort line. He was not a favorable man either due to his many decisions.
Edward IV became King of England on March 4, 1461. He would reign for just short of 10 years before losing the crown, but he did gain it back. The first 10 years were eventful for the young king.
Mary Tudor married Louis XII out of duty, but she wanted to marry another. On March 3, 1515, she made the choice to marry Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk in secret. They committed treason doing this.
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'The Tudors' was a popular TV show between 2007 and 2010. It depicted the life of Henry VIII's court and his six wives. However, despite the name, it ended after Henry's death. Why didn't it continue?
On February 18, 1478, George Plantagenet, Duke of Clarence, was executed. He was the brother of Edward IV and was rumored to have been executed in malmsey wine, but is that really true?
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On February 12, 1554, Lady Jane Grey and her husband Guildford Dudley were executed. They had previously been given a lenient sentence by Queen Mary for usurping the throne, so why did the die?
Katherine Howard was executed for her relationships with Francis Dereham and Thomas Culpepper. Her past became a major issue, but was it her upbringing that actually caused the problem?
On January 28, 1457, Henry VII was born. He was never supposed to be king, but his mother had other, higher plans for her son. He would start the Tudor dynasty, which Elizabeth II can be traced to.
On January 21, 1542, the fate of Katherine Howard was almost sealed. It took 20 more days, but the Bill of Attainder was written and it was clear her relationship with Francis Dereham was her downfall
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It's the New Year and the time to set some resolutions. Don't be one of those who forgets their resolutions by January. Here are some tips to set some goals so you meet them by the end of 2014.
December 22, 1476 saw the death of another person in history. Isabel Neville, sister-in-law of Edward IV, died either due to childbed fever or consumption. It started the downfall of her family.
On December 14, 1542, one-week-old Mary Stewart would become Queen of Scotland. She would reign for 25 years before abdicating in favour of her year-old son, James VI of Scotland and I of England.
On December 10, 1541, Thomas Culpepper and Francis Dereham were executed for treason. Their crimes were linked to Henry VIII's fifth wife, Katherine Howard.
On December 6, the King to bring about the Wars of the Roses was born. Henry VI would be King of England at the age of nine months, and find himself at the centre of a power struggle.
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Edward of Warwick was executed on November 28, 1499. His main crime was simply being a claimant of the English throne and a threat to Henry VII of England. It was a sad end to a short and sad life.
On November 25, 1487, Elizabeth of York got the day that she never thought possible. She was crowned Henry VII's Queen Consort of England.
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On November 17, Elizabeth I became Queen of England after the death of her half-sister, Mary I. Her reign lasted for five years and she is now known as Bloody Mary.
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On November 8, 1543, Lettice Knollys was born. She would have three husbands but the second of those incurred the wrath of Elizabeth I that continued until Elizabeth's death in 1603.
On November 6, 1429, Henry VI was finally crowned King of England. It took seven years for the coronation to take place from when Henry took the throne on his father's death on August 31, 1422.
On November 2, 1470, the world should have welcomed their heir apparent, Edward V. However, he had a lowly birth while Elizabeth Woodville was in sanctuary.
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Many people get confused between the different names for the United Kingdom. They are not interchangeable. The United Kingdom is made up of Britain and Northern Ireland and there is much more to that.
On October 18. 1541, Margaret Tudor died of a stroke. She didn't expect to die, so created no will. This meant that her wishes went unfulfilled. She was buried in a priory that was demolished.
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On October 9, 1514, Mary Tudor, sister of Henry VIII, became the Queen of France by marrying Louis XII. She was just 18-years-old and it wasn't a marriage she wanted to happen.
On October 3, 1470, Edward IV lost his crown. He was forced into exile but it was only temporary. But what were the events leading to this fall from power. How did he regain his crown?
On October 2, 1452, Richard Plantagenet was born. He would later become Richard III of England but what were the events that led to this. How did he become king despite Edward IV having an heir?
On September 30, 1399, Richard II was deposed by Henry IV. Arguably, this set up the events of the War of the Roses in the middle of the 1400s and also made way for the House of Tudor.
September 21, 1411 was a day that changed history. The birth of Richard, Duke of York, led to the start of the War of the Roses and a royal bloodline that has been connected to him in some way since.
On September 19, 1580, Catherine Willoughby, the Duchess of Suffolk, died. She was lucky to be one of the only females in Tudor England to marry twice and have successful happy marriages.
On September 16, 1701, James II of England and VII of Scotland died. He was the last Catholic English and Scottish monarch but was originally raised as Protestant.
On September 7, 1533, Elizabeth I as born; an event that really changed the course of history. She didn't get the best start in life after her mother's execution, she became the best Queen of England.
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Katherine Parr gave birth to her only child on August 30, 1548. Katherine had waited four marriage for this to happen but the happiness was short lived. But what happened to Mary Seymour?
On August 25, 1554, Thomas Howard died at the age of 80. He was a favourite of King Henry VIII until the last year or so of Henry's life. In the end, he was very lucky to keep his head!
On August 14, 1473, Margaret Pole (nee Plantagenet) was born. She was the only surviving daughter of George, Duke of Clarence, and Isabel Neville and because of them had a difficult start in life.
On August 12, 1469, Richard and John Woodville were executed for treason. Their crime? For getting in the way of Richard Neville's want for power.
On August 8, 1553, Edward VI was finally buried at Westminster Abbey. It took 33 days from his death on July 6 and, arguably, he only had himself to blame for causing the uncertainty of the next Queen
On August 1, 1556, Joan Waste became one of the around 300 victims of Mary I's regime. She was hanged and burned for her Protestant views at just 22-years-old.
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On July 28, 1540, Henry VIII married for the fifth time. His bride was the young, 20-something Katherine Howard. She was nicknamed Henry's rose without a thorn due to her beauty and love for life.
On June 25, 1603, a Scottish monarch officially became King of England. James I of England was crowned King but how much do you know about his earlier life?
On July 22, 1536, the illegitimate and only son, at the time, died. He was just 18-years-old and may have been named King if he had outlived Edward VI.
On July 19, 1553, Mary I officially became Queen of England. This was after the Nine Day Queen, Lady Jane Grey, had been deposed and was with the help of Mary's half-sister, Elizabeth.
On July 12, 1543, Henry VIII took his last trip down the aisle to marry Katherine Parr. Katherine was the second longest marriage for Henry and the most married of all six wives.
On July 9, 1540, Henry VIII gained his third annulment. This time the wife was Anne of Cleves and was the last of Henry VIII's six wives to die.
Edward VI died on July 6, 1553. Before his death, he removed his half-sisters from the line of succession and placed his cousin Lady Jane Grey in his place, leading to temporary uncertainty.
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On June 29, 1540, Henry VIII's House of Lords passed the bill of attainder against Thomas Cromwell. This led to his execution without a trail, all because he wanted the religious reformation to happen
On June 28, 1491, Henry VIII of England was born. This Tudor monarch is well-known for executions, many wives and the religious reformation. How much do you really know about him?
On June 24, 1532, Lord Robert Dudley was born. He is well-known for being a close friend of Queen Elizabeth but there is a lot more to his story. Read on to find out more.
On June 12, 1553, Edward VI started plans to name Lady Jane Grey as his successor instead of his half-sister, Mary. Why did he do that? Find out in this article.
On June 11, 1509, Catherine of Aragon married for the second time. This time it was to her first husband's brother, Henry VIII.
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On May 30, 1536, Henry married for the third time to Jane Seymour. There were many differences between Anne Boleyn and Jane Seymour and this article covers some of them.
On May 27, 1541, Lady Margaret Pole was executed. Her crime? Nothing. She was simply a way for Henry VIII to tame the religious rebels.
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On May 19, 1536, Queen Anne Boleyn was led to the scaffold and executed by swordsman. She now lies in St. Peter ad Vincula with her cousin, Henry VIII's fifth wife, Katherine Howard.
On May 15, 1536, Anne Boleyn and her brother, George Boleyn, were found guilty of treason and incest. Could they have committed the crimes or was this all premeditated from the start?
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On May 2, 1536, Anne and George Boleyn were arrested. This was two days after Mark Smeaton confessed he had an affair with the Queen of England.
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On April 21, 1509, the King of England, Henry VII died. He was the start of the 118 years that the House of Tudor ruled England and is directly connected to Elizabeth II.
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On April, 9, 1533, Catherine of Aragon was ordered to stop using the title Queen of England by Henry VIII. She was left in poverty but this was not the first time a Tudor King had done this.
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On March 30, 1533, Thomas Cranmer was officially made Archbishop of Canterbury. The Boleyn family made that happen but how close was he to Queen Anne Boleyn?
Anne Boleyn is remembered mostly for her death but she was one of the greatest Queen Consorts of England. Read on for some of the other things she should be remembered for.
Thomas Cranmer was relatively unheard of before becoming Archbishop of Canterbury in 1532. On March 21, 1556, he was burned at the stake for heresy and one of the 300 protestants executed by Mary I.
On March 12, 1539, Thomas Boleyn died. He was the father of three very important figures in the Tudor court: Anne, George and Mary Boleyn.
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On March 6, 1536, Anne Boleyn started to fear that she had lost Henry VIII. Her fears were likely justified as Henry VIII preferred Jane Seymour but could anyone have imaged the path taken?
Margaret Tudor was the second child of Henry VII and wife of James IV of Scotland. On March 3, 1515, she fled Scotland to return to England but what were the events leading to this?
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On February 25, 1570, Elizabeth I was excommunicated by Pope Pius V. Read more for the lead up to the excommunication and what it meant for the English Catholics.
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Sir Thomas More was born on February 7, 1478, and enjoyed a successful political and legal career. His career ended when he refused to follow the religious reformation.
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Edward Seymour became Lord Protector of his nephew, Edward VI. However, it did not last for the whole of the young King's reign and on January 22, 1552, he was executed for treason.
January 16, 1549, saw the arrest of Thomas Seymour. Once a man of power, the view on the younger of Jane Seymour's two brothers quickly changed after the death of Henry VIII.
On January 12, 1559, Elizabeth I started to prepare for her impending coronation by making her way to the Tower of London. She was already Queen by this point, after Mary I's death.
January 9, 1539, saw the execution of two Henrys; Henry Pole and Henry Courtenay. Two men whom history regularly forgets about but were major influences up until their deaths.
Katherine of Aragon and Henry VIII did have a son. On January 5, 1511, he was baptized but did not survive for much longer.
Anne Boleyn was accused of adultery with five men; one of those was Mark Smeaton. Who was he and how did he become a pawn in the plot to bring down the Boleyn faction?
The 5th November is known as Guy Fawkes Night or Bonfire Night in the UK. Read on to find out who Guy Fawkes was and what he did to gain a day to himself.
Have you ever wondered how Bonfire Night originated? It isn't a holiday made up by card companies; it is a remembrance of Guy Fawkes and his attempt to blow up the Houses of Parliament.
Mary Boleyn is a woman that history commonly forgets but there is much controversy around her. The older Boleyn sister was Henry VIII's mistress, long before Anne Boleyn came to court.
Katherine Parr, the final of Henry VIII's six wives, is well-known for outliving the King. However, she was lucky to have survived at all and nearly ended with the same fate of wives before her.
Anne of Cleves was the fourth wife of Henry VIII but the marriage only lasted a few months. After agreeing to the annulment, she was rewarded by becoming one of the wealthiest women in England.
Jane Seymour was the third of Henry VIII's wives and the only one to give him a son. Jane died shortly after childbirth and was remembered throughout England for that sacrifice.
Anne Boleyn was the second wife of Henry VIII and the first to lose her head for adultery. Did she really commit the crimes that she was accused of? Find out more about who she was and her marriage.
Henry VIII had six wives and the first of all was Catharine of Aragon. She was not originally betrothed to Henry VIII but to his older brother, which led to the problems of the religious reformation.