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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Mary_SeymourMary Seymour - Wikipedia

    Mary Seymour, born at her father’s country seat, Sudeley Castle in Gloucestershire, was the only daughter of Thomas Seymour, 1st Baron Seymour of Sudeley, and Catherine Parr, widow of Henry VIII of England. Although Catherine was married four times, Mary was her only child. Complications from Mary's birth would claim the life of her mother on 5 September 1548, and her father was executed less than a year later for treason against Edward VI. In 1549, the Parliament of England ...

  2. 31/07/2013 · Una ley del Parlamento levantó la condena a Mary Seymour el 21 de enero de 1550. Mary aún vivía ese verano, en vísperas de su segundo cumpleaños, pero no hay registros posteriores ni de su vida ni de su muerte. No se puede probar la historia del siglo XVIII de que Mary se casó con cierto Edward Bushel y dejó descendientes de nombre Johnson y Drayton.

  3. Mary Seymour Published 20th November 2014 M ary Seymour was the much wanted child of Katherine Parr, from her fourth marriage to Sir Thomas Seymour. Queen Katherine moved to the delightful Sudelely Castle in summer 1548 to prepare for the birth of her child, and there are several letters between Katherine and Thomas, looking forward to the event.

  4. Mary Seymour, Duchess of Somerset (22 October 1697 – 1 February 1768), formerly Mary Webb, was the wife of Edward Seymour, 8th Duke of Somerset, and the mother of both the 9th and 10th dukes. Mary Webb was born at Seend , Wiltshire, the only child of Daniel Webb, of Monkton Farleigh , and his wife Elizabeth Somner, who was the daughter of John Somner of Seend.

  5. Mary Seymour. 1548(age 2) Gloucestershire. After 1550 Mary disappears from historical record completely, and no claim was ever made on her father"s meagre estate, leading to the conclusion that she did not live past the age of two.

  6. Mary Seymour (30 August 1548 – c. 1550?), born at her father’s country seat, Sudeley Castle in Gloucestershire, was the only daughter of Thomas Seymour, 1st Baron Seymour of Sudeley, and Catherine Parr, widow of Henry VIII of England. Although Catherine was married four times, Mary was her only child. Complications from Mary's birth would claim the ...

  7. The Mystery of Mary Seymour. Mary Seymour (30 August 1548 – c. 1550), born at her father’s country seat, Sudeley Castle in Gloucestershire, was the only daughter of Thomas Seymour, 1st Baron Seymour of Sudeley, and Catherine Parr, widow of Henry VIII of England. Although Katherine was married four times, Mary was her only child.