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  1. A: Thomas Parr, del Condado de Sallop. Nacido: en el año 1483. Vivió durante el reinado de diez príncipes, a saber: rey Eduardo IV, rey Eduardo V, rey Ricardo III, rey Enrique VII, rey Enrique VIII, rey Eduardo VI, reina María, reina Isabel I, rey Jacobo VI y rey Carlos I; edad 152 años; y fue enterrado aquí, el 15 de noviembre de 1635.

  2. Thomas Parr (m. 1517) Sir Thomas Parr (c. 1483 – 11 de noviembre de 1517) fue un caballero inglés, cortesano y señor de la Mansión de Kendal, Westmorland (ahora Cumbria ), durante el periodo Tudor. Es conocido por ser el padre de Catalina Parr, reina consorte de Inglaterra y última esposa de Enrique VIII . Índice 1 Vida 2 Matrimonio 3 Muerte

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    Sir Thomas Parr of Kendal in Westmorland, England, was a courtier and is best known as the father of Queen Catherine Parr, the sixth and final wife of King Henry VIII.

    Thomas was the son of Sir William Parr and Elizabeth FitzHugh. He descended from King Edward III of England through his mother, Elizabeth. Thomas's paternal grandparents were Sir Thomas Parr of Kendal and Alice Tunstall. His maternal grandparents were Sir Henry FitzHugh, 5th Baron FitzHugh of Ravensworth Castle and Lady Alice Neville, daughter of R...

    Thomas Parr married Maud Green, daughter of Sir Thomas Green and Joan Fogge in 1508. Before the birth of their most famous offspring, Catherine, Maud gave birth to a son. This occurred not long after Maud and Thomas' marriage. Their happiness at the birth proved short lived as the baby soon died and his name remains unknown. After the birth of thei...

    Sir Thomas fell seriously ill in November 1517. He compiled a will which made provision for his wife and children. The two female children were to receive dowries while the bulk of the estate was to be inherited by his only male child, William. Because Sir Thomas died before any of his children were of age, Maud – together with Sir Cuthbert Tunstal...

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    Thomas was the son of William Parr, 1st Baron Parr of Kendal and the Hon. Elizabeth FitzHugh. He descended from King Edward III of Englandthrough his mother, Elizabeth. Thomas' forebears were members of a rough-and-ready northern landed gentryclan, the Parrs of Kendal. They had been, after the crown, the most influential presence in southern Westmo...

    Thomas Parr married Maud Green (6 April 1495 – 1 December 1531), daughter of Sir Thomas Green and Joan Fogge in 1508. Before the birth of their most famous offspring, Catherine (also spelled Katherine), Maud gave birth to a son. This occurred not long after Maud and Thomas' marriage. Their happiness at the birth proved short lived as the baby soon ...

    Sir Thomas fell seriously ill in November of 1517. He had compiled a will which made provision for his wife and children. The two female children were to receive dowries while the bulk of the estate was to be inherited by his only male child, William. Because Sir Thomas died before any of his children were of age, Maud — together with Sir Cuthbert ...

  3. tudortimes.co.uk › people › sir-thomas-parr-of-kendalTudor Times | Sir Thomas Parr

    Published 20th December 2014 S ir Thomas Parr was probably educated in the household of Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond and Derby, under the tutelage of Maurice Westbury, Thomas's step-father Sir Nicholas Vaux being a member of the Countess' entourage. Sir Thomas was later noted by Roger Ascham as a scholar of Greek and Latin.

  4. 01/11/2022 · The Life Summary of Thomas When Sir Thomas Parr of Kendal was born about 1483, in Kendal, Westmorland, England, his father, Sir William Parr, was 49 and his mother, Lady Elizabeth FitzHugh, was 28. He married Lady Maud de Grene in 1508, in Northamptonshire, England. They were the parents of at least 1 son and 2 daughters.

  5. Sir Thomas Parr (1407 – November 1461 or 24 November 1464) was an English landowner and elected Member of Parliament six times between 1435 and 1459. He was great-grandfather of Queen Catherine Parr , the sixth wife of King Henry VIII .