The Second Wars of the Roses: A Solution at Last to the Murders of the Princes in the Tower... Part 2
Who Murdered the Princes in the Tower? Richard III, Henry Tudor, or the man who told Richard that Edward V was on his way, and who got Lord Hastings beheaded, who stood to gain.. the crown
Was Henry VIII Lancastrian? His Father Was a Beaufort, So What Did Henry Do? He Tried to Marry One, Then He Married Two.
Anne Boleyn has been pilloried for centuries for intentionally seducing poor Henry VIII, refusing to become his mistress...suppose we have all been wrong?
King Henry VIII Tudor Almost Executed the Entire Howard - Boleyn Family, Why the Directed Genocide? Was He Mad?
Henry VIII, King of England, beheaded his wives, Anne Boleyn, and Katherine Howard. George Boleyn, Henry Howard, Thomas Howard, all beheaded, and another Thomas Howard died in the Tower of London...
Genetic Markers: Can Richard III's DNA be Tested for the Plantagenet Congenitally Inherited Blepharoptosis
Traditionally, many genetic traits that are inherited can be easily recognized. The Tudor line is noted for the red hair. The Plantagenets are noted for an eye condition known as "drooping eyelid."
British Royal Family Infidelity Mystery Solved: Was Richard III the Rightful Heir Despite His DNA Anomaly? Part 2
Richard III's mitochondrial DNA was a match, but not his Y chromosome linking him to the Plantagenet Line...Richard III's claim is through his descent in a female line, so does it matter?
British Royal Family: Richard III's DNA and Infidelity Mystery Solved: Should Richard III Have Been King?
Richard III was descended from Edmund of Langley, in name only...