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  1. Juana Seymour nació probablemente en Wulfhall, Wiltshire, [1] aunque también se ha sugerido como lugar de nacimiento West Bower Manor; [2] cuarta de los nueve hijos de John Seymour y de Margery Wentworth. Su fecha de nacimiento no fue registrada, pero se estima que ocurrió alrededor de 1504 y 1508.

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    De titel Wolf Hall verwijst naar Wulfhall in het graafschap Wiltshire. Dat was het huis van John Seymour, wiens dochter Jane later nog met Hendrik VIII zou trouwen. De naam van het boek refereert ook aan het gezegde homo homini lupus. Vertaling. De Nederlandse vertaling is uit 2010 en draagt dezelfde titel.

  3. Thomas Seymour (1509 ou avant [1] – 20 mars 1549 [1]), 1 er baron Seymour de Sudeley, est un homme politique anglais.. Jeunesse. Seymour était le quatrième fils de sir John Seymour († 1536), propriétaire terrien et courtisan, et de Margery Wentworth († 1550) [1].

  4. It was probably Edward Seymour, 1st Earl of Hertford (1539–1621), son and heir of the 1st Duke, of nearby Wulfhall, who in about 1575 built the first Tottenham House, then known as Totnam Lodge, and enclosed its surrounding land to form a deer park.

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    Wolf Hall is a 2009 historical novel by English author Hilary Mantel, published by Fourth Estate, named after the Seymour family's seat of Wolfhall, or Wulfhall, in Wiltshire. Set in the period from 1500 to 1535, Wolf Hall is a sympathetic fictionalised biography documenting the rapid rise to power of Thomas Cromwell in the court of Henry VIII through to the death of Sir Thomas More .

  6. A Wikimédia Commons tartalmaz Seymour Johanna angol királyné témájú médiaállományokat.. Seymour Johanna, angolul Jane Seymour (Wulfhall, Savernake Forest, Wiltshire, 1508.

  7. Thomas Seymour came from a large and fairly impressive English gentry stock. Born in around 1508 at Wulfhall in Wiltshire, England. His parents were Sir John Seymour and Margery Wentworth. Margery was a renowned English beauty whose looks inspired some of the poetry of John Skelton; John Seymour was an accomplished knight and sheriff.